Keeping Your Office Healthy This Winter

It’s the day after Thanksgiving, and you know what that means: Christmas music has officially hit the airwaves, festive holiday decorations are being brought out of storage, and people everywhere are searching for the best deals of this holiday season. Come Monday, we’ll be returning to work. For many of us, this means sitting at…

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TSTS Employee’s Talents Take Center Stage

At Twin State Technical Services, we know our employees have what it takes to solve of any technical problems that come their way. We also know that their skills span past what they do at work. We take pride in our employee’s abilities and want to celebrate the contributions their talents make to our QC…

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Help Welcome New Members of Our Team

As part of enhancing your experience with infrastructure management and technical support, Twin State Technical Services has added several new faces this September. New employees joining the infrastructure team include Network Engineers Jake Sellers and Brien Rakoci. Jake is a 2015 graduate in Computer Science from University of Iowa. Brien is a professional Information Systems…

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Congratulations to Reader’s Choice Winners!

At Twin State, we want to celebrate the achievements of not only our employees, but the clients we work with. In a recent addition of the QC Times, several of our clients were voted as Reader’s Choice winners in a number of categories. In Beauty, Haus of Hair won Honorable Mention for Best Hair Salon…

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Press Release June 2016

Twin States Technical Services is proud to announce the addition of Chris Moore and the launch of Twin State Studios. Our most recent expansion will venture into full-scale video production, aerial cinematography, motion graphics, and live action. With a twenty-year career in film, television, and marketing campaigns around the globe, Chris brings a diverse set…

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How Twitter Updates Could Help Your Social Media Presence

Twitter is known for its short, to-the-point approach to posts. Since its inception, the company has allotted 140-characters per tweet. This included photos and video links, which were automatically shortened to take up only 23-characters. This punchy, stream-of-consciousness style has helped to set Twitter apart from competing social media sites. It was recently announced that…

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