A key component of education is the tools and technology we use to help people learn. These technology tools have come a long way. Let’s take a look at where our education technology used to be, where it is today, and where it might be going.
Recently the CXtec team was down in the great state of Texas at IAUG conference. We had the chance to sit down and speak with Doug Green, Publisher of Telecom Reseller.
With the start of the season of sun and fun, we thought we’d share some cool, interesting, and borderline frightening technology trends for the summer.
If you are in healthcare or health information technology (HIT), you understand how mobility is to healthcare organizations. Your healthcare facility needs mobility to take patient care to the next level.
It’s not hard to hear advice, especially on the internet. As with many things, the problem is sifting through white noise and fluff to get to some of the good stuff. How does an IT pro get reliable, accurate, practical advice concerning improvement in their career and work?
Check out some fun links to help get you in the spirit of May the 4th.
Are you an IT professional or an executive that is involved with business driven technology? Do you work in Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Binghamton, or Albany? Better yet... do live anywhere modern modes of travel are possible? You should really consider signing up for the 10th Annual NY Tech Summit. It takes place June 19th and 20th at Turning Stone Resprt and Casino.
Over the past couple of years, we have been doing technology road shows for IT professionals. It's a simple concept. We go to cities across America and host an event day with some insightful IT education sessions followed by networking and fun.
With more and more information being stored through electronic medical records (EMR) systems, health care institutions need state-of-the-art security functionality. Patient records and proprietary information simply cannot be compromised. This is an area of absolute importance...
Happy Earth Day, everyone! This special day is upon us once again and it’s time for everyone to stop and consider what we’re doing to ensure our business and personal practices are beneficial for the environment.
Wondering what the heck ISO is and what that means for our customers? Let’s break it down!
Avaya phones offer a multitude of options for every business user. IP or digital desktop phones, conference phones, wireless phones - your Avaya phone choices are unlimited. We have another option to consider when thinking about Avaya phones: what about pre-owned?
CABLExpress, our data center cabling and hardware manufacturing division, recently published a white paper detailing exactly how we can make that happen using port replication.
If you are in IT or familiar with the network hardware game, you know the name HP ProCurve. Organizations and ProCurve users have been sticking with HP ProCurve switches for a long time. It’s no wonder why.
The day is upon us. Support for Microsoft XP will be ending. There are a lot of people yanking their hair out because of this end of support. Organizations invest in technology. It could be hardware. Or it could be software like Windows XP. These investments are vital. These organizations rely on this technology to get the job done and achieve goals.
Sometimes an overlooked area of spring cleaning is technology. However, it's a really good area to focus on. Technology is such a part of our lives now that it's important we don't let it get out of hand. If it does get out of hand we risk letting our technology control us. And we don't want to become tools of our tools, do we?
If you are looking for a great IT training and networking opportunity this June you should go to the 10th annual NY Tech Summit.
Since our team didn’t make it this year (don’t worry, we’ll be back next year!), we had some time to think about what exactly it is that we do to help our customers achieve their technology goals. We came up with our own Final Four most essential solutions that we offer.
No one can argue that going with SMARTnet isn’t a smart choice – see what we did there? But it’s just as smart to consider alternatives to SMARTnet. It's smart to keep your options open in case other solutions make more business sense for your organization.
If you’re moving, or considering a move, to a VoIP phone system, or you just need more VoIP phones, then you know the benefits such a migration could have for your organization. You’ll also have several challenges as well. However, if you keep the option of acquiring used VoIP phones open, you could alleviate some of the issues that come with implementing a VoIP system.