Tuesday, June 29

Denver Business Journal Recognizes QeH2 as a Fastest Growing Private Company

QeH2 will be recognized on July 15th as a Denver Business Journal Fastest Growing Private Company for 2009. The leading Denver IT support company, QeH2 will be ranked by the greatest percentage growth in five different tiers based on revenue at an awards banquet.

Read more about the event.

Wednesday, June 23

Internet Usage Monitoring

Presented by Ian Holt

According to Computerworld, Internet Monitoring has become a bigger part of IT support professional's job responsibilities. The magazine reports of a typical company spending one full day per week reviewing web logs to see if there's any activity that needs to be exposed or discussed.

A comprehensive reporting module is a must-have with any employee Internet management solution. The reporting modules purpose is to synthesize raw data and turn it into information that can be easily understood and used by managers to manage their employees. The amount of time and labor cost a user spends at sports related Web sites is an example of an informative report.

The number of violations to your organizations Internet Acceptable Use Policy is another. Reports should provide information graphically and numerically and should be able to be scheduled to be run and distributed automatically. Advanced features like report customization and distributed reporting can also be beneficial.

The last thing you want is for your IT support staff to babysit an employee Internet control system and become the Internet police. Your employee Internet monitoring solution should be easy to configure, automatically maintain its list of Web Filters, update itself with new program patches and automatically generate and distribute reports to managers and key stakeholders.

Thursday, June 3

Cisco Predicts Double Digit Growth on the Internet by 2014

Posted by Denver Business Journal

According to a report release yesterday, June 2nd, California based Cisco Systems Inc. is predicting growth to be fourfold by the year 2014.

How much growth is fourfold? Well, they are expecting 64 exabytes of IP traffic, equivalent to 16 billion DVDs, 21 trillion MP3's, or 399 quadrillion text messages.

Improvements to Internet bandwidth capabilities and Internet speeds , along with the popularity of HDTV and 3DTV, are key factors in the prediction of massive growth of the Internet by 2014.

Interested in learning what regions are expected to see the most growth or why videos are playing such a big role in Internet growth? click here.