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By Barry Alexander, Founder and CEO, Aquiline Drones Although awareness of and appreciation for commercial drone systems is growing, many businesses remain unaware of the opportunities drones offer to achieve better business results, help streamline business solutions, and elevate profitability. Drones are unique aerial vehicles and are ideal for providing… Read more
By Quincy Solano, Marketing Manager, Superb Internet Corp. Cloud hosting company, Superb Internet Corporation, was founded 22 years ago by current President and CEO, Haralds Jass, when he was just 16 years old. More than two decades in business have given Jass a powerful firsthand perspective on the Internet as… Read more
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By Michael C. Skurla, Chief Technology Officer, BitBox USA The growth of edge is an interesting phenomenon. The rise of edge computing closed the IT infrastructure gap with edge data center deployments. The rise of public cloud and centralized computing paved the way to hybrid cloud and decentralized computing. However,… Read more
By Mark Kirstein, Vice President, Products at BitTitan For many people, the New Year is a time for reflection on the year gone by and an opportunity for renewed commitment to progress and goals. The same is true for businesses. As we embark on a new year and a new… Read more
By Jake Fellows, Associate Product Manager, Liquid Web Windows servers are typically managed via the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). RDP is convenient and simple to set up, and Windows has native support on both the client and the server. RDP clients are also available for other operating systems, including Linux,… Read more
By David Mills, Director of Product Management, BitTitan It’s been a decade since the 2009 release of Exchange Server 2010, which means the lifecycle for this Microsoft product is soon coming to an end. Originally scheduled for January 14, 2020, Microsoft recently extended the end-of-support date to October 13, 2020.… Read more