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Our Latest Blog Posts

SYNNEX Continued Leadership in Hardware Extends to the Hybrid Cloud: Why Industry Experts, Hardware Assembly, and Distribution Are So Valuable

SYNNEX Innovates Hardware Distribution with Value-Added Solutions

 Best known as a technology hardware distributor, SYNNEX pumps more than just components into the tech industry. The company’s aim is to supply their clients with... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
The Beauty of Xero's Cloud-Based Accounting Software for SMBs — How the SaaS Brings Efficiency & Visibility to Business Management

The Beauty of Xero's Cloud-Based Accounting Software for SMBs

Built for business owners instead of CPAs, Xero is an elegantly designed, user-friendly accounting platform that includes all of the financial tools a small business... read more »
Brittney Mayer
By: Brittney Mayer
How Salesforce for Startups™ Educates Emerging Companies on the Solutions to Best Develop & Grow Their Products & Businesses

Salesforce for Startups Provides Solutions For Growth & Development

Julia Barrett knows startups. She recognizes their need to stay ahead of the curve and continuously innovate, but also realizes many may not have access to, or know... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
Founder François Planque on Turnkey Stability: Why b2evolution Aims to Give Users a Single Solution to Build, Secure, & Maintain Sites

Founder François Planque on b2evolution and Turnkey Stability

In response to the need to install and employ third-party plugins in WordPress, many site owners were looking for a fully equipped alternative. In 2003, François... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
Things You Might Not Know About phpMyAdmin: The History, Features, and Code Behind the Popular App for Administering MySQL Databases

phpMyAdmin: 20 Years of Bringing MySQL Databases to the Web

A nearly 20-year-old project with a stable and flexible codebase, phpMyAdmin is the go-to program for managing MySQL and MariaDB databases. The open-source program... read more »
Laura Bernheim
By: Laura Bernheim
How Telegram’s Secure, Cloud-Based Messaging App Can Help Local and Remote Dev Teams Connect and Collaborate

How Messaging App Telegram Helps Remote Devs Collaborate

 It has become a trend for companies to hire remote employees, and that’s especially true when it comes to IT and dev teams. Telegram offers a solution to keep... read more »
Sean Garrity
By: Sean Garrity
Sean Garrity