As a follow-up from last week's techy Halloween costume post, I thought it would be fun to share some photos of our own creative costumes.
Few are denying that the economy and unemployment are a concern for many people out there. So, it's a good idea to put some thought into your IT career. You want to stay sharp. You want to keep bringing value to your company. Most important you want to keep your job and progress in your career.
With Hurricane Sandy’s impending landfall looming, we at CXtec just wanted to send along our best wishes for everyone's safety. We do business with a great many folks here on the Eastern Seaboard and throughout the Northeast. We're crossing our fingers that everyone was able to adequately prepare for the storm, and that damage will be limited by that preparedness.
With Halloween quickly approaching, many of us are scrambling to put the finishing touches on our costumes. As IT professionals and lovers of all things tech, Halloween gives us a chance to dress up as one of our favorite gadgets or maybe even design a creative high-tech costume. Would we dress up as something as ordinary as a monster or pirate? Not a chance.
How does CXtec provide the best value with our equal2new equipment? The equation is simple. We buy quality hardware from end-users; certify it as equal2new using the industry’s finest refurbishing process, then sell it at fantastic discounts off list to our customers.
Recently I was doing an internet search and bumped into an interesting article. It stated that there are 5 trends that will reshape health IT in the year 2013. Those are some serious words.
The recent unveiling of Google’s $600 million data center in North Carolina has many tech-lovers buzzing. The sheer number of servers in the data center is astounding; however, perhaps the most notable feature is the life-size stormtrooper and the mini R2-D2 keeping close watch of this data empire.
When people buy network hardware they are careful to pay attention to the price of the hardware. In some cases, the price of the hardware is just about the only concern. Of course, when someone has a single minded infatuation about price (a) they are afraid they won't get a deal (b) are missing the bigger picture.
What we’re trying to convey is the importance of ensuring that you have a reputable vendor who will be there to help support your network. There are plenty of disreputable sources for cheap hardware, but it’s better for you and your organization in the long run to work with a quality vendor.
While October is more commonly recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it is also Computer Learning Month. Created by the Computer Learning Foundation, Computer Learning Month is meant to serve as a time for people to learn about new technologies and to share this knowledge with others.
People love technology, especially IT professionals. Once in while it's good to take a look back. It's cool to see where it all came from, remember what life used to be like, and maybe have a few laughs. Let's check out a few technology commercials of the past.
We’re continuing to expound upon the virtues you get when you Know Your Source® for networking hardware. We’ve recently discussed value, ease and assurance – now it’s time to talk about your vendor’s ability.
This is quick post to let our customers and friends who visit the website how they can connect with CXtec. We try to stay pretty active in sharing information on our blog and various social media.
It's surprising to hear how many IT pros say that they just throw out or dispose of their used network hardware - routers, switches, and phones.
Here’s a message for all those IT professionals working in the education sector. How many times has this happened to you? You spend the spring and summer gearing up for those huge projects you had planned while the students are out. You do your research, you do your buying, you carry out your plan and everything goes off smoothly.
There are plenty of wireless networking myths and misconceptions. Heck, maybe it's just confusion. Whatever it is, there is no doubt that it is real.
When you really get to know who’s providing your equipment, and how they acquire it, you get a much better idea of the quality you’re receiving. We told you how you can get the best value, and how it makes your job easy, now let’s talk about the assurance and peace of mind you get when you verify that your source is reputable.
It's time for the 10th Annual Cables For A Cure. Each year CXtec participates in this great event for a great cause.
There are some interesting trends happening in the IT world, according to some new research by TheInfoPro. The research reveals two trends that were particularly telling.
People are always looking for ways to make e-waste recycling and disposal easier and more effective. IT professionals are busier than ever. So, finding a way to make your e-waste recycling and disposal processes less time consuming, less complicated and more effective can be highly valuable