Linux & Open Source Specialist
You don't just switch.
What software do you use?
What do you use it for?
What do you want to do?
Let's take the time to analyze your computer use and plan.
- Open Source
Take the best tools available and assemble them into a stable system.
Then concentrate on your work, not on your computer system.
Linux has long excelled at the fastest and most stable servers.
Most of the internet runs on Linux.
If you need a server, you need Linux.
And if you run business software, you need servers.
Virtual private servers have become very affordable. You can rent a vps for less than it costs to maintain an in-house server, and have a much more reliable system.
Run enterprise software on vps and never worry about hardware, downtime, or backups.
More business downtime occurs because of storage failure than any other computer problem.
Let's start by mirroring important hard drives.
Storage has become cheap.
You can afford a reliable storage server.
The computer comes cheap.
Maintenance or the lack of it costs.
Virtualization, on-site or in the cloud, provides robust utilization of resources, with better development, deployment, provisioning, backup, and recovery.
It saves time and money.
Why not have desktop systems as stable, secure, and fast as your servers?
Why put up with instability and security problems anywhere in your operation?
Linux has numerous elegant, easy, and rock solid desktop systems.
Do you use a phone book? Or do you use Google?
You need a good website.
It is your brochure.
It is the first sales literature a customer sees.
Make it clear. Make it easy to read.
Do you like what you see?
Presentation on paper remains essential.
Good design integrates web and print presentation.
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