Government organizations have unique challenges when it comes to strategic technology planning and adoption. Often there is significant bureaucracy and red tape to go through for any major technology purchase and it can be challenging to execute a smooth transition across several agencies.
Mark Salisbury, founder of TuitionFit Quad-Cities Times recently printed an excellent article detailing new startup TutionFit, an online platform where students can anonymously share tuition costs and scholarship valuation. Visit the TutionFit website we built at tuitionfit.org Below are some of the keynotes, but check out the full article here.
As technology has evolved, it’s drastically changed the way we do things in every walk of life, including education. Chalkboards are being replaced by interactive whiteboards and teachers can now send out homework lessons and progress reports via email.
Join us at Twin State Technical Services on Jan 24th (10 – 11) for free Microsoft Power BI training. Learn how Power BI can transform your existing Excel reports into more attractive / interactive graphical dashboards that allow for more personal customization. Register Here! Power BI Our Business Analysis & Trainer will share with you sample…
ElegantThemes.com posted a helpful article filled with tips to improve the reach and reception of your Facebook posts. Below are some of the keynotes, but check out the full article here.
Marketing has changed dramatically over the last two decades thanks to the internet. You can now reach more buyers with a digital Google Ad than you can with a print ad in a national magazine.
Congrats Kumar! Congratulations to our software engineer, Kumar Chittimalla, for earning a Masters degree in Information Technology Management from St. Ambrose University! St. Ambrose has a strong graduate and undergraduate Computer Science Department, and we have a strong SAU Twin State alumni network! We are proud to now have Kumar as a full time team member.…
As 2018 comes to a close, businesses are evaluating the year and planning for an even better 2019. Technology continued to march on and evolve as fast as ever this year, with multiple advancements in industries like education, manufacturing, and healthcare.
All your best IT security efforts can be bypassed by a malicious piece of malware due to an unsuspecting click on a phishing email or fraudulent shopping ad. The human factor is often overlooked when it comes to network cybersecurity, with companies focusing more on applications and software.
Business owners are always on the lookout for efficiencies that help them reduce costs and improve sales. It’s a key balance that keeps any business going and growing.