Everyone knows that there is a huge fan base for Apple’s iPhone. On September 12th, Apple is scheduled to make some interesting announcements and the main announcement will be the new iPhone 8. We have been monitoring the rumor mill and have come up with the following list of features that are rumored to be Read more about iPhone 8[…]
At one of our manufacturing customers, something strange was happening. Employee lunch was at 11:45am. That became 11:40am over several months. And it was only moving earlier. After tracing out the relay wiring for the alert system, we found the connector to the relay controlling the alert system inside one of the old timeclocks. When Read more about Raspberry Pi Timer[…]
We are remodeling our office to add more space for our new team. We have been growing pretty rapidly – adding 2-3 people per quarter over the last year. We are excited for the remainder of the year as we plan on adding at least 5 more new positions by the end of the year.
We are pleased to announce the expansion of inTech team to Vancouver, Canada. With our new office located at 8333 130th St, Surrey, BC. We are excited for the new positioning this gives inTech as we move into our next year of planning. At inTech Consulting, we believe that to successfully address the customers issues Read more about inTech Canada Location Opening[…]
When your phone dies at 36 percent battery remaining, you replace the battery. When the second battery does the same thing, and re-calibrating the battery doesn’t work, you get a new phone. Or at least that’s what I did. I loved my Samsung Galaxy Note 4 from the time I got it until the time Read more about iSwitched back to the iPhone[…]
So you pay your employees to collect, input, process, correlate, audit and otherwise wrangle the data that drives your business. You’ve paid a small fortune for a line-of-business application to structure and hold all this data and guide your business processes. You’ve invested a great deal of time and energy in implementing all of this Read more about The Myth of Turn-Key Business Intelligence[…]
Secure your hardware Securing your hardware is an often overlooked and simple step you can take to secure your network. The best firewalls and anti-virus systems are rendered useless if burglars steal your equipment, servers, laptops, and mobile phones. Lock your servers and related equipment behind a locked door and secure them with server racks. Read more about 5 Simple Steps You Can Take To Secure Your Small Business Network[…]
We are always on the lookout for new talent, and as manager of our services team I interview a lot of candidates. Some are just starting their career, some are working on a second or third career, and some, like me, have spent years in corporate IT and are looking for a change or a Read more about So You Want To Get Into IT…[…]