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USB-C Is Great – But Also Not So Great

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It’s hard to believe, but the USB standard has been around for over 22 years now. The ubiquitous connector – built to replace serial port, parallel port, game port, Apple Desktop Bus, PS/2 port, and more – has had quite the run. But it’s biggest problem? Plugging the connectors in the right way (especially when reaching blindly behind a computer) was way too difficult. The new USB-C connector has eliminated that issue, but with it comes its own issues.

infrastructure serviceWhile many of our clients have single-server environments, some of them have the need for 20 or more servers for a variety of reasons. Gone are the days where you need 20 physical computers for your environment – virtualization of server resources will save your company money and improve disaster recovery and productivity.

We’re Hiring

Posted by on in News and Events

Weston is growing and to make sure we continue to serve our clients to the best of our abilities, we’re looking for another experienced tech (and the right kind of person) to join our awesome team in our Bend, Oregon office. The job posting can be found on our Web site.

Editor’s Note: this is an occasional series dedicated to tech terms. See our previous articles on file extensions and modems, routers and firewalls).

Weston is an IT solution provider. Sometimes the solution involves getting a new computer. There are lots of confusing things about computer shopping (see our tips on buying computers for your business). One of the more confusing things is the difference memory and storage (especially when both are referred to in gigabytes). So what’s the difference?

Tagged in: Hardware Technology Tips

How To Test Your Internet Speeds

Posted by on in How To

This is not our office's Internet speed, but wish it were.One common thing we will test when somebody calls us and tells us that their Internet is too slow, we’ll run a quick test and compare the results to what the client is actually supposed to be getting from their ISP. Here’s how you can do the same.

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