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GeForce RTX 3060 Ti — Powerful gaming at a lower cost

GeForce RTX 3060 Ti — Powerful gaming at a lower cost

December 9, 2020

On December 2, Nvidia launched their newest GeForce RTX 30-Series graphics card, the RTX 3060 Ti, and it sold out almost instantly on multiple retailers’ websites. According to PCMag, Newegg.com began selling the RTX 3060 Ti units at 6 a.m. PST and sold out by 6:05 a.m. — a mere 5 minutes later. BestBuy.com listed […]

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State-by-State Event Restrictions — Which states are hosting events?

State-by-State Event Restrictions — Which states are hosting events?

December 7, 2020

While some states seem eager to reopen their events industry, others have slowed or reversed their reopening plans as Covid-19 cases spike across the United States. Although it is unlikely that the events industry will fully recover in any of the United States in the next six to nine months, let’s talk about states allowing […]

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Renting vs. Buying in times of uncertainty

Renting vs. Buying in times of uncertainty

November 24, 2020

Business leaders should note; the rent vs. buy option is a pivotal business decision in these times of uncertainty. In normal times, businesses and organizations deal with daily challenges and uncertainties by relying on established structures and procedures. But what happens during a pandemic? During a severe crisis, uncertainty is at an all-time high, proving […]

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2020 — What we learned the year the world went remote.

2020 — What we learned the year the world went remote.

November 4, 2020

As the year dredges on, the need for remote work has never been greater–and there is an even brighter future for working from home (WFH) on the horizon. After everything the workforce has learned about remote working in the past eight months, many companies plan to keep WFH options under consideration, even as the pandemic […]

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Cleveland I-X closing highlights the importance of the Red Alert RESTART

Cleveland I-X closing highlights the importance of the Red Alert RESTART

September 24, 2020

Without government relief soon, the face of the events industry could change forever. The events industry shutdown created by the COVID-19 pandemic has caused 96% of companies to cut staff and/or wages, 77% of entertainment workers to lose all of their income, and communities everywhere struggling to find the support necessary to stay afloat. The 2 million workers […]

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Server Rentals are not All the Same (Cloud vs. Physical)

Server Rentals are not All the Same (Cloud vs. Physical)

August 19, 2020

Your company wants to rent a server for a short period to migrate operating systems, test apps, or consolidate projects. Chances are if you Google “server rentals near me,” the first several entries will encompass cloud-based offerings. Some may be tempted to take that course of action, but consider taking the time to learn more […]

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