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Developers are not your Helpdesk

How to hire for IT What is your developer’s job? It’s not a helpdesk… Are you piling up helpdesk tasks on her lap while she could be spending time building and improving your core product? If so, stop. Rest assured, it’s not uncommon for computer-centric staff to become the default IT helpdesk support. Anyone who shows… Read more »

Why so many businesses switch to Dialpad

With the reliance of social media and email, many organizations we work with are finding traditional phone systems less critical to their day-to-day communications. Further, more teams are working from home (or other various locations) and can’t be limited to their desk. As a result, we’re seeing a dramatic reduction in the number of physical office phones and more staff encouraged to utilize… Read more »

Print Better-Looking Google Calendars

I love Google Calendar- it’s fast, easy to use, and accessible instantly from all of my devices. However, one shortcoming seems to come up time and again as I speak with our clients and other G Suite users- the options available printing Google Calendar are somewhat limiting. While I’m not big on calendar printing myself, especially… Read more »

Just say no to KRACK!

You’ve probably seen or heard on the news of a serious vulnerability called KRACK. In short, this is a vulnerability that impacts most (if not all) routers. Without action, hackers within range of your Wi-Fi network could see your internet traffic and potentially infiltrate your network. YIKES! So what should I do? Whether you’ve got… Read more »

Why Slack is replacing Email, Chat, and Video Conferencing

via GIPHY Slack is a central hub for most (if not all) of your day-to-day business communication. If utilized correctly, project meetings, water-cooler discussions, and office announcements will become less time consuming. From dragging and dropping files or links to performing quick searches relevant to project ideas, it’s a very solid attempt at reshaping how… Read more »

About Time: Twitter Changes Character Limit

Twitter Changes Character Limit | Ripple IT

Welcome to 2016, You Beautiful Blue Bird Twitter hasn’t changed much since its early days. Sure, now we have cover photos and other visual overhauls, but that key component, the 140-character messaging, has been stagnant over the course of all these updates. While this concept of super short form is what made the site what… Read more »

Ripple Custom Portals

Custom Ripple Portals | Ripple IT

A Secure and Simple Solution, Custom Built for You Ripple offers custom portals and virtual workstations. These computers and interfaces can be tailor-made to any specifications, and provide a one-stop shop for any software or service your team might need. Plus, Ripple workstations come with integrated Office 365 and secure single sign-ons, making them the… Read more »