Upgrade your existing hardware and save money

Small businesses can save money by investing in some inexpensive upgrades to existing systems rather than buying new gear to replace slower devices.

Windows 10 and HoloLens at Build: Nothing Short of Amazing

I’m at Microsoft Build this week and one of the big parts of this event is the showcase of the nearly final Windows 10.

10 reasons to consider buying refurbished or off-brand equipment

When buying computer hardware for yourself or your entire company it might be a good idea to consider buying refurbished, reconditioned or off-brand equipment. Here are ten reasons why.

Microsoft stock soars on solitaire announcement

Microsoft shares climbed over 10% today on the announcement that they are bringing back solitaire in Windows 10.

Augmented Reality Is Coming To Your Car and James Bond Would Love It

James Bond type driving may become a reality for all of us.

Refurbished, reconditioned and remanufactured – what do these terms really mean?

We see the term ‘refurbished’ all the time (along with many other phrases) but where do these products come from, and, are they worth checking out?

How much computer do you really need?

We all have come to believe that faster processors, more RAM, and larger hard drives are better when it comes to buying computers. But if you are truly honest with yourself you could end up saving yourself or your company a lot of money.

Apple needs to do something wacky for a change

Lots of companies like Tesla, Google and even Amazon have proposed some pretty wild things in recent years, perhaps it's time for Apple to step up to the weirdness plate and do something a little more outrageous.

The Power of a Next Generation NAS: The QNAP TVS 463-4G

The QNAP 463 is more like a server appliance and it has utility that extends rather impressively into small business or the home.

Analytics and the US Presidency? Which Company Will Take the Prize?

In the upcoming 2016 race for the presidency the winner could be the company providing the analytics.

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