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Funny IT Statistics – 11% of Americans think HTML is an STD

I think when we live in IT, we forget that other people may not know what we’re talking about. According some statistics that were compiled, 12% of Americans think USB is an acronym for a country, 42% think a motherboard is the deck of a cruise ship, and 18% thought a Blu-Ray was a type […]


CyberTrails’ Server and Application Delivery Forum

We are delighted to invite you to attend CyberTrails’ server and application delivery forum in Scottsdale. As part of the presentations, you will learn about the latest Application Delivery Controller (ADC) technologies from KEMP and hear about Lenovo’s legendary ThinkServer. We will be having appetizers and refreshments during the presentations. After the presentations, we will […]


CyberTrails Tech Happy Hour March 20th!

Registration is now ready! Join CyberTrails’ technical staff at Santisi Brothers (2710 W Bell Road) to talk tech and relax during happy hour! No sales people to contend with; just technical peers discussing issues, providing advice, talking new technology, or venting about the job. Appetizers and refreshments will be provided in the game room. Register


Google Services Suffer Second Outage in Less Than a Month

If you noticed a few glitches Thursday with Google’s Drive, Docs, and other cloud-based productivity services, you weren’t the only one. The last time this many Google services were made unavailable was just under a month ago, when most Google Apps were interrupted for as long as six hours. http://www.nbcnews.com/tech/internet/google-services-suffer-outage-n34986/


Announced today – Google Fiber may be coming to Phoenix!

Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tempe would get citywide fiber-optic networks with Internet speeds of one gigabit — 100 times faster than basic broadband service — under a plan Google is exploring. Google announced this morning the three Valley cities are among nearly three dozen cities in nine metro areas the Silicon Valley company is considering for […]


Congratulations to our Lunch and Learn prize winner…Ben Czerwiewicz

We have our winner for the $250 Amazon.com gift card from last week’s Lunch and Learn at Donovan’s Steakhouse…and it is Ben Czerwiewicz! Congratulations Ben! For those of you that participated but did not win, we will have more chances and prizes at future events, so stay tuned for information on those.


The moon now has a better internet connection than you do

After months of testing, it looks like the Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration is ready to be deployed in a real world scenario. Among other things, it likely means that we can send HD video into space at a greater speed than you can stream it to your home. http://www.geek.com/science/the-moon-now-has-a-better-internet-connection-than-you-do-1585053/


CT Tech Bulletin – End of Support for Windows XP, Office and Exhange 2003 Coming Soon

On April 8th Microsoft will no longer be supporting Windows XP, Office XP, and Exchange 2003. What does this mean for you? There will no longer be security updates, non-security hot fixes, assisted support or online technical support from Microsoft on these products. If you haven’t updated yet, don’t worry! We can help with new […]