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4 reasons you need to attend the April Advantage Lunch
Advantage Lunch

Wednesday, April 20th from noon to 1 PM, we’ll be holding our next Advantage Lunch, and you’ll want to you need to be there! Don’t believe me? Think those words are too strong? Think you can skip this event and not miss a thing?

Focus on your Business. Let Advantage Technology focus on your IT
Joe Justice

On February 24th, we held the first Advantage Lunch of 2016 at Edgewood Country Club. (If you’re not familiar with the Advantage Lunch, learn about it at advantagelunch.com) The topic this month was “Focus on your Business. Let Advantage Technology focus on your IT” where we focused on our Managed Services. In case you didn’t make or just want a refresher, I want to give you a recap of what we discussed.

Video Review - Dell Latitude 13 7000
Dell Latitude 13 7000 Series Ultrabook

Dell was kind enough to drop off one of their Latitude 7000 Series Ultrabooks for us to get our hands on. After spending a couple of days with it, Rob Robinson and I put together this quick video review.

The 13 7000 series are 2-in-1 Ultrabooks with a detachable keyboard. The thing that really sets it apart is that the keyboard unit and the tablet each have their own batteries, which means in laptop mode you get a full day worth of battery life. Even in tablet mode, you still get between 8 and 7 hours.

Two simple steps to help you collaborate with Microsoft Word
Collaborate with Microsoft Word

We’ve all been there, right? You write up a document in Microsoft Word and want to run it by someone else to see what they think. You email your file, and a little while later you get a file back with a curt response, “Looks good, but I made a few changes.”

Well, now you have a problem.

A wonderful night at the Advantage After Dark event
Advantage Afer Dark Logo

Thursday, November 12th from 5:00pm - 8:00pm Advantge Technology held our first Advantage After Dark dinner party event! It was a wonderful night with good friends, great food and drinks and an amazing live band, The Pennington Project.

Apple, Google, Microsoft: The state of tech’s big three
Apple, Google, Microsoft

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.

Bowling Night
Advantage Technology Blowing night

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.

Destroy Downtime on your Network
Anthony Ross and Joe Justice

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.

Rolling in the new Advantage Technology van
Advantage Technology Van

If you have a networking or phone problem, then call 304-342-0796 and breathe a sign of relief when you see the brand new Advantage Technology van rolling into your parking lot!

Cybercrime. Are you at risk? - Advantage Lunch
August 2015 Advantage Lunch

On August 26th, we held our August 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 Cybercrime, and we had an incredible turnout! Close to 40 IT and business professionals came to spend an hour with us explaining the ever complex world of cybercrime and hacking. If you were able to make it, we were thrilled to have you and I want to give you a recap.

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