Joy For All Gift Drive – Gifts for Foster Teens and Tweens

For Christmas this year, Verteks is helping to support the “Joy For All Gift Drive” benefiting the teens and tweens in foster care in Marion county and surrounding areas.

There are almost 1,000 teens and tweens in foster care in our community – these kids are often placed in homes with meager incomes, and in some cases these kids don’t have much of a Christmas to speak of.

Why Wi-Fi Analytics Is a Critical Business Tool in Hospitality and Retail

Why Wi-Fi Analytics Is a Critical Business Tool in Hospitality and Retail

Reliable guest Wi-Fi has become a standard expectation for people visiting retail stores, hotels, restaurants, banks, office buildings and other commercial spaces. Customers expect to be able to research products, read reviews and share information. Guest Wi-Fi also creates opportunities for organizations to communicate with customers and deliver personalized offers.

The Sun Is Setting on Windows 7. Time for Windows 10.

The Sun Is Setting on Windows 7. Time for Windows 10.

Windows 10 was introduced three years ago and Microsoft has been heavily promoting the product ever since. Yet more people with Windows PCs are using Windows 7 (47.3 percent) than Windows 10 (39.3 percent). In fact, Windows 7 actually gained market share in March and April of 2018!

Why can’t people quit Windows 7? Some might still be haunted by the disappointment of Windows 8 and are hesitant to upgrade.

Hackers Increasingly Target Cities and Towns

Hackers Increasingly Target Cities and Towns

The city of Atlanta is still feeling the effects of a March ransomware attack that disrupted city government operations for days. News reports indicate that the city has already spent more than $2 million cleaning up from the “SamSam” virus attack, and city officials have estimated that they may need another $10 million over the next year.

Proper Planning Is Essential for Effective Wi-Fi

Proper Planning Is Essential for Effective Wi-Fi

As wireless demands continue to increase, the focus of wireless LAN design is shifting from coverage to capacity. In other words, simply providing basic coverage in a defined service area is no longer sufficient. Organizations need to ensure that their Wi-Fi supports the current and future capacity and performance levels required by an increasingly mobile workforce.