There is a new virus out that first appeared in early September. I don’t often comment on virus threats, but this virus is different from its predecessors in that network data loss is a very strong possibility. Therefore, I thought you should be educated about it.
The Invario elevator speech consists of explaining that we are “the IT department for companies that don’t have one yet.” I like how this quickly describes the primarily technical services we provide to small and growing private companies. However, as I looked more closely at what we do the task of describing it became complicated and cumbersome
For all that came to celebrate with me at the Swedish Embassy, thank you for coming and enjoying a beautiful day. For everyone else here are pictures and a link to more pictures. I also wanted to talk briefly about Windows XP retiring and the next version of Windows 8 called ‘Blue’.
In 1988, personal computing was gaining popularity, especially as a business tool. PCs were replacing typewriters, Facsimile machines were just coming into popular use and Digit Head, Inc. was founded as a DC Corporation.
On May 5, 1988 I filed the paper work with the DC Government to found a Class C Corporation call Digit Head, Inc. This is now the company you know of as Invario Network Engineers, providing IT consulting and support services for small businesses.
In this newsletter we will take a look at Microsoft Windows Server 2012 that was released in September 2012. Currently we have three customers already running Windows Server 2012. We will answer questions such as, what is in Windows Server 2012? What versions are there? And how much does it cost?
Windows 8 was launched on October 26th to a fanfare of new commercials uniquely promoting an alternative to a well-loved fruit. However, what I am not able to get from this media blitz are what are my options when it comes to this new workstation operating system from Microsoft, what does it cost and is it worth it to upgrade.