When Supply Chains Go Wrong

From grocery stores to auto dealerships, to consumer electronic stores, to builder’s supplies, shortages are becoming common place across the market. As these shortages drag on and spread to more and more market sectors, we find ourselves asking what is causing this breakdown in our global supply chains? Unfortunately, it’s not just one or even […]

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Easy Answer To How Not To Accidentally Destroy Your Environment

Facebook and all its entities had a moment of angst this week. Their network went down when they updated configurations in their internal network, which led to Facebook’s network no longer broadcasting to the wider internet how to find their systems. In fact, their systems sent out updates to the rest of the internet telling […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

An Eagle’s eyesight is nearly 5 times better than humans. If the human has been working on writing computer code for 8 hours, it is probably 100 times better. An Eagle can see 3 kilometers away, but can the eagle see the code through two sets of VPNs?

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CLOUD VS ON-PREM

There are a lot of good reasons why you should move to the CLOUD. You are sending a lot of your physical environment (building, security, atmosphere controls, redundancy of power etc.) and the hardware care to someone else for a significant cost savings. Keeping up with the new hardware technology not to mention the licensing […]

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Eagle Fact Thursday

Bald eagle nests are generally 4-5 feet wide and 2-4 feet deep, although the nesting pair will add nesting material to the nest every year. Some eagle nests stay small, but some can reach 10 feet across and weigh a thousand pounds! The largest recorded bald eagle nest, located in St. Petersburg, Florida, was 9.5 […]

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