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Get a Free Web and Email Usage Audit

Posted by Kevin Wade
No Harm in a Little Personal Web Surfing and E-mailing at Work?

Staggering When You Look At These Alarming Statistics:

Another Monday morning and you look over your office of busy employees hard at work on their computers.

Alert: Your Plant Needs Water

Posted by Kevin Wade

Imagine receiving an email when a load of laundry is completed, or a text message when a child opens the cookie jar one too many times.

Such notifications have become possible thanks to a host of start-ups that are adding intelligence and communications capability to objects and appliances, giving them many attributes of computers and smartphones.

IntelliSystems becomes US Affiliate Partner for Digium Products

Posted by Peter Rittwage

For years, IntelliSystems has deployed Digium products and software where it was a good fit for our clients. Recently, we made it official and became a US Affiliate.

Digium®, Inc., the Asterisk® Company, created, owns and is the innovative force behind Asterisk, the most widely used open source telephony software.

"Apple Certified Associate" attained by IntelliSystems Engineers

Posted by Kevin Wade

IntelliSystems has two engineers who have obtained the Apple Certified Associate – Mac Integration designation from Apple.

We have always had a degree of expertise supporting Apple products, but we wanted to meet the certification benchmarks to make sure we could confidently support clients with either Mac only or mixed Mac and Windows network environments.

Dell Slumps Amid Reinvention

Posted by Kevin Wade

Dell’s Profit Down 33% as Revenue Slips – WSJ.com

Dell is on a spending splurge recently trying to buy high growth and more profitable businesses in hopes of reinventing themselves.

HP seems to be showing its age.

Posted by Kevin Wade

HP to Lay Off 27,000 Workers by End of 2014 – WSJ.com

HP has not participated in the new technology trend represented by tablets, smartphones and apps forcing layoffs in their services business and flat or declining sales in PCs, printers, and servers.