Recent Blog Posts

Employee Spotlight: Josh Lynch

Josh Lynch – Employee of the Quarter (Q1 2017) Hometown: Middleport, OH Favorite sports team: Cleveland Browns Favorite food: Mexican! Favorite place you’ve been: Phoenix, AZ Why did you choose IT? I’ve always been drawn to how things work under the hood; when I ended up working professionally in IT while in college for an... Read More

Ransomware Update: 2017’s Impact to Date

Remember us talking about ransomware— malicious software that encrypts files, blocks access to computer systems and requires an anonymous payment— and how it was going to disrupt a lot of businesses this year? Well, unfortunately, we were right. According to a CNN report, ransomware is on track to become a $1 Billion industry. Since the... Read More

Is the Accounting Industry Able to Stay Relevant?

Unlike most industries that are rapidly changing year after year, the accounting industry’s overall business structure and services have remained relatively the same. But, with automated accounting software, such as QuickBooks, TurboTax and Mint coming into the market, Accounting firms are looking for ways to stand out. A great way to gain a competitive advantage... Read More

Travel Management Soars with Cloud Adoption

Many organizations rely heavily on specific software in order to complete daily tasks. If those programs and applications fail to work, the business loses money and their customers due to not being able to deliver services. MacNair Travel Management (MacNair Travel) is no exception. MacNair Travel, one of the largest privately owned travel management companies... Read More

Employee Spotlight: Yaw Acheampong

Yaw Acheampong – Employee of the Quarter (Q4 2016) Nickname: “Pong” – Like the last four letters of my last name. Got it in high school football. Coach couldn’t say my last name so would just say Pong. I was the defensive tackle for three years. Hometown: Born in DC, live in the MD area... Read More

The Mobile Takeover

(Graph 1) Mobility is hot hot hot! The two Digiday graphs above compare the internet consumption of traditional desktops versus mobile use. In just one year, desktop use has notably dropped and is expected to decline even more going into 2018. On the other hand, mobile use has skyrocketed and it doesn’t look like it... Read More