Congratulations to Ryan Shelton, a recent graduate of Charles W. Baker High School, who has been awarded the Bill & Sandra Pomeroy Scholarship!
Cisco recently announced that it will be the “first networking vendor to deliver 1-gigabit-per-second speeds on enterprise wireless networks when it introduces an 802.11ac-based access point next year.”
Let's face it. People take the IT professional for granted. People go about their day taking for granted all of the resources IT makes possible and manages on a daily basis. Think about all that we do with information every day. We can sit down at our desk and do tons of tasks quickly and easily. Here's just a quick rundown.
CXtec was recognized by UBM Channel as a part of CRN's 2012 Solution Provider 500 list, which ranks the top technology integrators in North America.
While the dog days of summer have many of us on vacation, or basking lazily in the heat, IT professionals at government and military institutions are working diligently to get the best value for their budgets. The September 30 end-of-fiscal-year deadline is rapidly approaching, so it’s starting to turn from research time to buy time.
It's no secret that at CXtec we help companies keep their networks up and their costs down. We've been doing this since 1978. We specialize in offering quality pre-owned network hardware with lifetime warranty that performs as reliably as new hardware...or better (equal2new). We also provide high performance cabling solutions and cable products.
CABLExpress recently hosted a webinar titled “Increasing Data Center Performance Through Effective dB Loss Management.” You can view the archived version below.
The entire country seems to be sweltering in a heat wave right now. With temperatures rising, our thoughts turn to keeping our cooling bills down.
There are a lot of reasons to use quality pre-owned network hardware. Among them is the clear cost benefit.
Please note CXtec offices will be closed Wednesday, July 4. Enjoy the holiday!
It’s almost Independence Day, and we’re gearing up to celebrate the 4th of July with fireworks, food, fun and freedom! But with the holiday approaching, we decided to ask ourselves what does freedom mean to what we do here at CXtec.
IT professionals who work in and manage networks always stress the importance of performance and uptime. Downtime is a very bad word in the IT world.
Another successful NY Tech Summit has come and gone! We'd like to thank our fellow sponsors, speakers and attendees for making it such a great event. We had a great time at our booth with our "Hoop it up!" basketball game and equal2new challenge.
The school year has officially ended, for both colleges and K-12 schools, and the summer is upon us. So now all IT professionals in charge of supporting education institutions are beginning their busy season.
This week we have been lucky enough to have a lot of customers visit us. We really enjoy it when we have customer visits. We get a chance to talk to them face-to-face and give them a tour of CXtec. What's even better is being able to meet people and get to know them.
CABLExpress is hosting a webinar on June 28. Space is limited, so reserve your Webinar seat now!
We did a post last week reminding everyone that NY Tech Summit is this Thursday and Friday, June 21-22. CXtec is a presenting sponsor! And we wrote another post giving you 5 outstanding reasons why you should attend.
As a proud sponsor of NY Tech Summit, we love this event. It's a unique information technology conference that really provides all who attend something valuable.
There's still time to register for New York's premier technology conference and IT trade show! CXtec is one of NY Tech Summit's presenting sponsors and we're looking forward to meeting with a wide variety of IT professionals and vendors. The event takes place next week, June 21 and 22, at Turning Stone Resort and Casino in Verona, NY.
Looks like the federal government will be further cracking down on e-waste soon. According to an article from SmartPlanet, a recent statement from government officials states, “Any contractor that purchases electronics through federal funds will be barred from sending the device to landfills.”