Adept’s Executive Team is comprised of Business Development and Administration combined efforts to support clients and the Adept Team. The Business Development Team takes the lead on managing projects, sales, marketing, compliance, client education and solutions research, while the Admin Team is who you reach out to for invoicing and payment support as well as procurement.
This year, Father’s Day is Sunday, June 16th. Do you have a dad in your life who doesn’t need any more ties or golf balls? The dads of Adept Solutions put together the ultimate shopping guide for all technology loving fathers out there, and it’s not all computers! Technology comes in many forms and can enhance all areas of your dad’s life.
Windows 7 is still one of the most widely used operating systems with boasting rights on 39% of computers currently in use. Nevertheless, Microsoft announced that they would no longer update or support Windows 7 starting January 14, 2020. This announcement comes five years after they stopped mainstream support for the operating system.
Purchasing the right device for your business can be tricky. With so many options to choose from, how do you find the one that will let you blaze through your work load with ease?
Start by Asking the Right Questions
Answering these questions can help direct you to your perfect device.
At Adept Solutions, we want to work for you and with you. Really, we do! We believe in our role to create solutions that leverage technology to better your business. Our entire staff works to grow your business, but our account managers are the champions of this endeavor.
There is no shortage of new holidays these days and some are downright bizarre (National Spaghetti Day anyone?). World Backup Day, however, is a newer holiday that you won’t want to skip.
What is World Backup Day?
Originating in 2011, World Backup Day was created to bring awareness to the importance of backing up data.
By: Kayla Schmitz
If you’ve made it to 2019 and still have no clue what people really mean when they talk about cloud computing, better known as “the cloud,” you’re not alone. The tech industry loves using buzzwords with little to no explanation.