By John Sciacca June 24, 2014
We routinely send out letters to prospective clients introducing our company and the services we offer, and one of the lines in that letter says, “Whether you are interested in concert hall sound or movie theater video...” I came up with that line, and I used to love it, as it created a visual that everyone could relate to. But now as I’ve gotten a bit older and gone to several concerts and movies, I’ve come to realize that this visual might NOT be the experience that people actually want.
By John Sciacca June 17, 2014
Recently I found myself in need of a new garbage disposal, in-sink grinder thing for our kitchen. Our previous one had failed in a spectacular fashion, with a hole that blew through the side of it, spewing tons of water out of it when we ran our dishwasher. Like most disposals, ours was located in a cabinet under our kitchen sink, so we didn’t noticed the mini-flood until it filled the cabinet with water and then it overflowed out all over the kitchen floor.
By John Sciacca June 10, 2014
While our Mega Job project has gone incredibly smoothly for such a massive project, one thing that I did not realize would be such a major headache and source of frustration, aggravation, and time suckage on this job was the managed network.
By John Sciacca June 03, 2014
With great power comes great responsibility, and Apple has more cash power than any other company—and most countries—on the planet. Instead of stacking its piles of cash higher and higher, Apple could put this money to use acquiring other brands that would make it an even better and more relevant force for now and years to come.