Still Trying to Grasp The Concept of the Cloud? As an Austin IT consulting company, questions about the cloud are some of the most frequent we get.  Cloud computing has become increasingly popular over the past several years, and experts predict this trend will continue. In fact, the term “cloud computing” was even nominated as a […]


Are You Still Using Windows Server 2003? It’s been a long time in the making, but Microsoft has officially ended support for its Windows Server 2003 operating system. For our Austin managed IT services clients, this has been one of the key issues of late. For months now Microsoft has posted reminders informing users that […]


Austin Managed IT Services Increase Security & Productivity Businesses of all shapes and sizes can benefit from the use of professional IT services. Unfortunately, many business owners turn a blind eye to such services, waiting until an actual problem arises before they seek professional help. Today, we’re going to reveal some of the different ways […]


Microsoft Launches A New Operating System In case you didn’t get the memo, Microsoft is preparing to launch the successor to its Windows 8 operating system. Originally announced September 30, 2014, Windows 10 is being hailed as the company’s “most comprehensive platform ever,” which is a pretty bold statement considering the fact Microsoft has released dozens […]

Virtual Private Network Diagram

What are VPNs? Virtual Private Networks, or VPNs, provide a number of benefits for users, including convenience and security.  A VPN, like its name suggests, is just a virtual version of a physical, secure network.  (Networks are a set of computers linked together to share files and resources.)  The easiest way to think about a VPN is […]


Offering BDR Solutions As Part of Our Austin Managed IT Services On first glance it might seem a little dramatic to many readers to have a picture of an historic flood for a post on IT backup and disaster recovery, but if your business has ever been affected by data loss, you might think the […]