The insurer Lloyd's of London was founded hundreds of years ago in one of London's coffeehouses. Literature, newspapers and even the works of great composers like Bach and Beethoven were also spawned in coffeehouses.
Coffee is a central part of cubesys culture, it not just about a good "cup o' joe" it's where projects are discussed, ideas shared and problems often solved.
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Your assets hold the lifeblood of your organization and data, and if anything ever happened to that data, you could be putting your business and customers at risk. With virtual machines, you have an automatic backup and an extra layer of defense against would-be attackers. It's one way to shield your business from unseen enemies but implementing a virtual machine solution can be challenging. Get the help you need from the trusted professionals at cubesys. We have years of experience helping business just like your safeguard data on the cloud. Contact us today to learn more.
With the end of support for SQL Server 2008 coming in January 2020, it's a great time to start considering how you're going to make the move to the latest version of SQL Server. Don't let your IT infrastructure crumble at your feet. Be proactive and get the help and resources you need to make the transition today. At cubesys, we make your transition our mission. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you plan, implement, and optimize your new solution.
With employees still working from home, fostering virtual connections is crucial. Empower your employees to stay connected and keep business running smoothly by leveraging Microsoft Teams. This infographic shows you how you can help your employees embrace online communication, stay focused on meetings, share content easily, and stay connected with each other. This infographic shows you how.
AI technology can do more than just crunch numbers. At the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, New York, AI is being used for something much more human. Six comedians are using Microsoft's Face API to see who can keep a straight face while making their opponents crack up.
While this competition is all in good fun, it demonstrates that this application is just one example of the wide range of real-world uses for Microsoft AI. As technology continues to progress, the only thing holding us back is imagination.