Should You Standardize Your IT Infrastructure?

Consider for a moment the phone on your desk. More than likely, your phone is identical to the phone on the desk of your cube neighbor, which is also identical to the phone that the company president uses. The same model of phone for each employee in an organization makes good business sense, both from a budgetary and usability perspective. Standardization is

It’s Coming: SQL Server 2005 End of Life

If your business is using SQL Server 2005 to manage your business data, there is an event on the horizon that could leave your data vulnerable. On April 12, 2016, Microsoft will cease support for SQL Server 2005; as of today, you have roughly 60 days to migrate to a new Microsoft product before your business data becomes vulnerable. What is SQL

Why Can’t I Upgrade to Windows 10 for Free?

Windows 10 is here. It’s available to download. And for the vast majority of users, it’s FREE. On July 29, 2015, Microsoft released Windows 10 to the general public. You may have seen the notification in your system tray in the weeks leading up to the launch date, and now it’s time to upgrade. Microsoft admits that “we got some things wrong”

WordPress 3.7 – What’s New?

WordPress 3.7 (code named Basie) was released yesterday to a minimal amount of spectacle. Perhaps this was due to the fact that most of the updates for WP 3.7 were under the hood. When you consider that WordPress 3.6 was released on August 1, 2013, the major release of WP 3.7 from Automattic was the fastest, or shortest, release cycle of WordPress

What’s New in WordPress 3.6 and Update Guidelines

If you know much about my development ideas and objectives in creating great web solutions for our customers, then you know that I am a big fan of WordPress. It is a great development framework with an extremely easy-to-use content management interface. This makes WordPress a fantastic platform for addressing our clients’ needs in a website and saves them money. Certainly another