A Passion For Support Services

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Saying I have a passion for Support Services may be an understatement. After 13 years in the Services field, I would venture a guess that I’ve specialized in Support Services longer than most anyone in the industry – and I absolutely love it.  Support Services is complex and sends nearly everyone running. Not me. I’ve made it my mission to …

Stay prepared for the future with enhanced enterprise mobility

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The people have spoken, and they want to use their smartphones and tablets during the workday. By 2018, 7 out of 10 on-the-go professionals will regularly use their personal smart devices to conduct business, according to Gartner. That’s a big difference compared to a decade ago when Palm Pilots and BlackBerry phones were corporately owned and strictly regulated. But the …

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Microsoft Office 365 – The Benefits and Challenges

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Recently, Office 365 has been garnering a lot of attention for being a reliable service for businesses to organize their operations. Allowing companies to access business emails, documents, and collaboration tools from any location. Office 365 offers access to your most critical business applications from your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop. But does it truly live up to all its …

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A Discussion on Security ‘Matters’ – Advancing Safety with Video Surveillance

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Welcome back to our blog series on modern physical security solutions and technology. If you recall from our discussion last week when we outlined the 4 major areas of physical security, I mentioned that video surveillance is one of the most requested and employed security solutions. The use of video for threat detection and loss prevention is universally applied to …

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A Discussion on Security ‘Matters’ – The 4 Areas Of Physical Security

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After working with various organizations across America to develop physical security solutions, I have seen the dire need for more proactive security measures for commercial and federal agencies. While there is a new focus on cyber attack prevention, organizations must protect against physical security breaches. Luckily for companies with security concerns, physical security technology continues to improve at a tremendous rate. So …

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What to Know About Software-Defined Storage (Part 3)

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Part 3: Software-Defined Storage – Unlocking the Future of Data Center Storage Welcome back everyone to the third and final part of our SDS series! If you’ve haven’t checked out the first two installments here’s a link to part one of this SDS blog series and to part two. In part one we covered SDS basics, and in part 2 …

Red River Awarded “Coolest Companies for Young Professionals”

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I’m pleased to announce that Red River has been awarded the “Coolest Companies for Young Professionals,” from the sixth-annual Rising Stars Awards! For those who may not be familiar, Rising Stars Awards is an initiative of the organization Stay Work Play. The awards were established to celebrate New Hampshire’s young professionals and the companies that support them. Red River has …

Beyond SDS – Transitioning to the Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) and Cloud

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Under incredible pressure to speed IT service delivery, lower costs and improve responsiveness, it’s no wonder so many agencies and business enterprises are expressing keen interest in the Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) and proactively working to leverage virtualization and Cloud computing.  However, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the complexity that can accompany an actual transition to virtualization, SDDC and …

What to Know About Software-Defined Storage (Part 2)

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Part 2: Breaking the Hardware-Centric Approach to Storage Welcome back everyone to Part 2 of our 3-part series on software-defined storage (SDS). Last week, we examined the storage problems facing data centers and the solutions that SDS can bring. Click here if you haven’t read Part 1 or just want a quick refresher on SDS. Now that we’ve talked about …

Honoring Deployment with Employment

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As an expert in the federal IT space, Red River knows the incredible value veterans bring to the workforce. We engage with veterans of the armed services everyday both as clients and as fellow employees. In fact, we currently employ around 22 U.S. veterans making up about 13% of our entire workforce. Our goal is to get that number to …

What to Know about Software-Defined Storage (Part 1)

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Part 1: Modernizing Your Environment with Software-Defined Storage There’s no question that software-defined storage (SDS) has garnered a lot of attention in the IT industry for challenging the hardware-centric approach to storage and promising to optimize any environment. Throughout this blog series, I’ll be highlighting some of the capabilities, benefits and drivers of software-defined storage. Looking at the Problem Before we get into …