People may be surprised to learn that Apple use to be called a computer company and, before the smash hit of the iPod, was actually called Apple Computers. Google used to be a search engine company and made all its money from selling pay-per-click ads. And Microsoft used to be a software company that made software; IBM originally paid them to make the software for their line of personal computers.
We recently finished a network cleanup for our friends at Dixon Electrical Systems & Contracting, Inc. This nice, compact server rack started out as a table with server, wires and cables, keyboards, mice, monitors, and power strips spread all over the place. Dixon Electrical trusted Advantage Technology turn the mess into a proper server rack.
Friday night was bowling night for Advantage Technology!
The Advantage Technology crew met up at Venture Lanes in St. Albans at 7:30pm and bowled all night long. One thing we’re constantly grateful for is the fact we all get along so well and enjoy each other’s company.
We weren’t all the best bowlers in the place, but I guarantee we had the most fun.
Take a look at 950 Kanawha Blvd., right beside the Southside Bridge, and you’ll see a beautiful white building crawling with construction workers, carpenters, plumbers and other craftsmen. And in early 2016, it’ll be crawling with the technicians at Advantage Technology. That’s because 950 Kanawha Blvd. is going to be the new Advantage Technology headquarters!
On September 23rd, we held our September Advantage Lunch at Edgewood Country Club. (If you’re not familiar with the Advantage Lunch, learn about it at advantagelunch.com). The topic this month was “Destroy Downtime on your Network” and I along with systems engineer, Anthony Ross, gave a presentation that has been very well received. In case you didn’t make or just want a refresher, I want to give you a recap of what we discussed.