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Don’t Make These 3 Mistakes With Your Next Office Move

Moving is always a pain in the rump, but it doesn’t have to be a horrific, expensive experience. The No. 1 lament from someone who’s experienced a “bad” move is “I didn’t know I needed to…” followed closely by “I completely forgot that…” In other words, it’s what you don’t do that makes the move a disaster.

We’re Invested In Your Business’ Success

XPERTECHS has earned the Microsoft® Silver Level competency for ‘Small and MidMarket Cloud Solutions’.

Our expert team is committed to staying informed about the latest Microsoft products and cloud technologies so XPERTECHS can continue to create innovative solutions to help give our XperCARE clients’ businesses a competitive advantage.

Congratulations to the Baltimore Orioles

The Baltimore Orioles are American League East Division champs!

Now that the Orioles (XPERTECHS’ client for 15+ years) have made the Post Season Playoffs, XPERTECHS has begun to prepare for the significant increase in the demand for bandwidth and IT services.

8 Amazing Facts About Mobile Computing

Over fifty percent of CIO’s and IT professionals believe mobility will impact their organizations as much or more than the internet did in the 1990’s.

“It has become appallingly obvious, Albert Einstein once observed, that our technology has exceeded our humanity.

A Note From Michael’s Desk…

It is hard to believe that the summer has come to an end and we are now facing the final months of 2014. Where has this year gone?

If you are like me, the summer has ended much too quickly and I haven’t accomplished all I set out to do this summer.

Russian Hackers Collect Over A Billion Passwords

Milwaukee-based Hold Security announced earlier this month that a Russian crime ring has stolen the largest amount of internet credentials in history. They reported that over a billion usernames and password combinations along with 500 million email addresses were taken.

Russian Hackers Collect Over A Billion Passwords

Milwaukee-based Hold Security announced earlier this month that a Russian crime ring has stolen the largest amount of internet credentials in history. They reported that over a billion usernames and password combinations along with 500 million email addresses were taken.