Archive for Year: 2014

  • Triad SQL Servers Users Group (TSSUG) – January Meeting

    Erin Stellato of SQLskills.com will look at Profiler and Extended Events to see how easy it is to transition to Extended Events. Using real world examples, she’ll review using Extended Events to do what you’re used to doing with Trace, and even more. To learn more about this event, click here. About Triad SQL Servers Users […]

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  • Linux Users Group (GCLUG) – January Meeting

    Don’t miss the January meeting of the Guilford County Linux Users Group. To learn more and register for this event, click here. About Guilford County Linux Users Group Guilford County Linux Users Group is a LUG for residents of Guilford County and surrounding areas. We encourage everybody with an interest in Linux to join—your skill level […]

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  • Dynamic Quest Announces New Key Promotions

      Firm Promotes Key Executives to New Positions.   Dynamic Quest is pleased to announce the promotions of Willie Lash to Vice President of Business Operations, Cliff Bean to Director of Sales and Dave Powers to Director of IT Services. All are currently serving in key leadership positions at the Greensboro-based main office. Willie Lash […]

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  • 3 Major Ways Servers Beat Desktops

    Deciding to move user operations off of local desktop workstations and onto a server is often the first major step within a company’s IT advancement. Servers offer three major advantages over desktops for IT professionals: Ease of Management – Instead of making changes on one user machine at a time, servers allow managers to make […]

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  • Three Things Your Employees Wish You Knew About HR Software

    The most “tech neglected” area of your business is the Human Resources department. (No, they didn’t leak that to us. We work with a lot of companies, and we’ve noticed a trend.) Here’s how it goes in your office. First, your sales people get their iPads. Then your marketing team get their Adobe suite upgrades. […]

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  • Does Your Business Need to Worry About the Heartbleed Bug?

    In early April, online tech outlets began reporting about Heartbleed, a new online threat to password security. In the subsequent weeks many companies warned users to change their passwords, and news outlets picked up the story in an attempt to warn Internet travelers of the dangers Heartbleed could pose. If you are an IT professional, […]

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  • Do Your Employees Have the Best Mobile Tools for Work? (72% Say “No”)

    Remember the last time you left work at 5 and didn’t check your email (or tweak that presentation) one last time? We can’t either. As our world becomes more connected and employees carry more devices than ever, the separation between work and home is growing blurred. Today, your employees expect to be able to work […]

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