Build an Online Community for your Business

The word ‘Community’ is derived from the Latin term communitas meaning ‘things shared by many or all’, which hints at our innate desire to connect with others. With the Internet being such a powerful medium, connecting people regardless of their locations has never been easier. Imagine thousands and thousands of people that are genuinely interested […]

Enterprise level virtualization for clients

Virtualization has permanently changed the world of IT and computing and bringing with it the overhaul of IT architecture and workflow. One would think that it would reach its saturation point sooner or later but with constant innovation and development, virtualization has permeated and penetrated deep as to reach the client level. Here are three […]

Ransomware adopting self-replication

Although some may have hoped that the threat of ransomware was on the decline, the reality is that it’s quite the opposite. Until now, attacks seemed to be targeted directly at its victims, but Microsoft warns that may no longer be true. With their discovery of self-propagating ransomware it’s vital to fully understand the possible […]

If your server screams in the middle of the night and no one listens, does it matter?

I wanted to share with you one of the most vivid examples for why CSI's Paladin Sentinel approach to remote monitoring of your networks is superior to other solutions.

One of our public school district's using our Paladin Sentinel Monitoring service had their very expensive SAN at 10:15 pm one night suddenly throw off a large stream of very, very scary alerts with in the span of a few minutes.

Five key announcements from Google I/O 2016

Drawing inspiration from King Arthur’s annual gathering of his knights at the round table, Google I/O is the 21st Century adaption. At this annual conference, knights are now developers and the sword and shield have become computers and software. Every year, the conference addresses (in great detail) the rundown of all the major announcements as […]

Why Microsoft is putting down the phone

Microsoft smartphones have always seemed to pale in comparison to Android and Apple devices. Perhaps one of the largest reasons why is because it entered the smartphone game too late. And the recent “strategic retreat” from the consumer market only suggests that Microsoft is far from reaching their initial goals with their mobile platform. Here […]

Android plans to add exciting new core features

Google has announced another batch of features coming to your Android phone, possibly as soon as next month. Although some of the items are simple and subtle integrations and others are far more grandiose, they’re all going to drastically improve the performance of your phone. Since some people view their mobile device as something akin […]

Should you buy a Chromebook?

By now, you’ve likely heard of the Google Chromebook: the sleek, sexy laptop that works primarily through an internet connection. If you’re on the verge of buying a new laptop, you may have considered one. But you may also have doubts whether or not it’ll be able to accomplish the tasks you need to complete. […]

How to market your SMB on Facebook for free

We all know you can buy ad space on Facebook. And while ads on the world’s largest social network are generally quite affordable, they still cost money – which as a small or medium sized business owner, may be in short supply. Thankfully, there are many ways to market your business for free on Facebook. […]