Learning about new apps, services and technology is a full-time job for some. Knowing what’s coming next, long before the products get to the mainstream market, is crucial if you’re running your business’ IT department. That’s where BetaList and Product Hunt both come to your rescue.
View this post on Instagram Congratulations to Danielle Carpenter, Xceptional's new Vice President of Finance and Operations!! A post shared by XCEPTIONAL PROVIDES (@xceptnet) on Nov 16, 2016 at 1:00pm PST
Change is everywhere and it is happening faster than ever. Data centers have become user-centric rather than IT-centric. Developers, on behalf of the business, demand self-service access to technology. And when they don’t get it, they claim it themselves.
View this post on Instagram Happy Veterans Day from Xceptional!! A special thank you to our very own Troy Muncy and Paul Higginson. Thank you for your service!! A post shared by XCEPTIONAL PROVIDES (@xceptnet) on Nov 11, 2016 at 10:31am PST
View this post on Instagram From our Strategic Programs Manager, Aric Applefield "The emergence of enterprise solutions that can be leveraged by small and mid size business to develop and maintain business efficiencies is absolutely epic.
The Digital Hospital Design group (Health Informatics Society of Australia) held an expanded roundtable discussion as part of the HIC 2016 conference. The focus of the discussion was around three large hospital innovation projects in Australia and the common lessons that could be learned on the drivers of innovation with these facilities.
Discover the Cisco Spark Depot Jason Goecke – November 2, 2016 The rate at which innovation is happening is astounding. We are constantly challenging the status quo and finding new ways to make work and life easier for everyone.
View this post on Instagram From our Helpdesk Engineer, Ali Entezam: "Xceptional is like the name and more. Quiet and energetic, a lot of opportunity to grow and a very intimate environment.
Skype for Business Users: Meet with More People Using WebEx Ellie Ruano – October 20, 2016 How often do you attend meetings that start late due to technology issues? According to Ovum, the average delay is 10 minutes and 40 seconds.