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Jan

16

2014
Five Fun Phone Facts

Five Fun Phone Facts

Fun Fact #1 – Inducted into Invent Now’s Hall of Fame in 2011, Thomas A. Watson wasn’t just the first recipient of the first phone call made by Alexander Graham Bell. He was actually responsible for significant enhancements to the ground-breaking invention. Watson is credited with improvements used to this day—like the ringer to alert someone they were receiving a call, as well as the…

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Jan

10

2014
What Does the Fox Say?

What Does the Fox Say?

Well, if the fox had a phone…probably “Hello!” and if his office was in Tampa and we installed his enterprise VoIP service he would say, “Why did I wait so long to work with amazingly talented and forward-thinking professionals who install phone systems that meet my business needs!” We’re really certain that is what he’d say! We think our ability to seamlessly integrate VoIP systems…

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Dec

19

2013
‘Twas the Night before Christmas….

‘Twas the Night before Christmas….

‘Twas the night before Christmas and your dream referral called, But you’re away from the office, you’re shopping at the mall, They leave you a voicemail, they even call again, This time it rings busy, a technology sin, They google your competition, they give it a shot, They dial those 7 digits, and what have they got? Somebody answers, with joy in their voice, Who…

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Dec

05

2013
Who Invented the Telephone? You Make the Call…

Who Invented the Telephone? You Make the Call…

                        The names of Alexander Graham Bell and his assistant Watson are synonymous with the invention of the telephone. “Mr. Watson, come here — I want to see you” has gone down in history as the first of zillions of phone calls made since that day in 1876. But like Shakespeare and other notables…

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Nov

21

2013
Are You Addicted to Your Phone?

Are You Addicted to Your Phone?

  It is easy to make the argument that smart phones are no longer a luxury. They represent a world of music and messages that fit perfectly into the back pocket of a pair of jeans. Our phones deliver reminders of errands, maintain our calendar, provide driving directions, and of course Siri is on call 24/7 for everything else. So if a device is so…

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Oct

31

2013
How Server Virtualization Works

How Server Virtualization Works

From processing complex data transactions to your e-mail exchanges, your business is dependent on various functions to keep it running smoothly. Many of these functions run on servers often stored in your on-site data center. Traditionally, each operating system is designated to its own server. That means your company likely has one server dedicated to running the software your company uses for data processing, another…

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Oct

24

2013
Six Surprising Benefits to Managed IT Services

Six Surprising Benefits to Managed IT Services

Whether you’re an established firm with high profile clients or simply a mom and pop plus two, you are likely to rely on a network of technology that keeps your business running smoothly. From cloud computing to VOIP phone solutions, companies have a host of technology needs that they aren’t often equipped to handle in house. Turning to managed IT services can be among the…

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Oct

16

2013
CryptoLocker…backup your files or pay.  It’s that simple.

CryptoLocker…backup your files or pay. It’s that simple.

“There is nothing more important than the data” states Dave Simmons, the network administrator with a local Tampa Bay company.  That may sound trivial, but the reality is that computers, monitors, printers and network equipment can be replaced but if you do not have a simple data backup strategy in place that includes a single, secondary, or tertiary backup including offsite in multiple geographical locations…

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Oct

15

2013
Building a Cloud that is Right for You

Building a Cloud that is Right for You

Have you ever thought about where those files are stored that you just received via e-mail or how you’re able to access your favorite website from anywhere? What if you could have this same ease of sharing data via the Internet for your business? You can!  Infinity Computer Solutions specializes in building the infrastructure needed for private on-site cloud based technology that is always on…

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Aug

29

2013
ERP vs. CRM – What’s The Difference?

ERP vs. CRM – What’s The Difference?

ERP vs. CRM – What’s the difference? Consider this: When you send a parcel via FedEx, USPS or UPS, they give you a receipt with an alpha-numeric code on it. You can then log on to their website and track the delivery status of your package with that code. In fact, you can even see, in real time, precisely which city has your parcel has…

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