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Tech staffing site helps even the score on an industry build around sercrecy. Most staffing companies don't tell their contractors how much they are marking up their services. They are offering a transparent technology staffing platform that may transform part time of contract tech staffing by being upfront with rates and commissions.

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This may be one of the strangest things I've ever seen. Fashion show using old data cables. Granted it's pretty amazing that these are made with ethernet hardware. But why?

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If you are trying to convince your boss to install dual drops vs single drops to each work station in your new office. Here is some advice, It's MUCH cheaper to do it now than it is to do it later, you're essentially only paying for labor once.Running one line to each desk or running two takes about the same amount of time, and material is relatively cheap compared to the labor.If you daisy chain the PC off the phone you're capping the speed to and preventing yourself from splitting the two later down the road. You're also,  not accounting for future growth or upgrades to technology.If you can't get management buy in on 2 for each desk, try and compromise at two every-other, giving you some wiggle room for growth.If you need ammunition, get quotes from the cabling contractor, he'll gladly tell you and your boss that doing it later is more costly.#networkupgrade #officespace   #internet  

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Moving an office is a daunting undertaking that, if improperly planned, can add unnecessary expense and lost productivity. From an IT consultant or network administrator's perspective, an office move involves far more than simply moving physical objects from one location to another.
Since most problems arise once the move nears completion, plenty of planning should go into the move as early as possible so that the actual move is as seamless as possible. 
When planning an office move, especially from an IT and network infrastructure perspective, there
are three basic considerations:
1. What are your office's current technology needs?
2. What are your future technology and infrastructure needs?
3. Budget

If you need help determining these key factors call us to schedule an appointment. We will help you with planning, layout, and offer you a competitive price that is within your budget.

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We just got a custom url for our Google + Page about our voice & data cabling services.
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