Demand for the
Company's IT Outsourcing and Managed Services, SharePoint,
and Custom Application solutions Drives Business Momentum
and Office Expansion
PORTLAND, Maine, February 13, 2013 -- Winxnet, an Information
Technology provider that supports the complete IT strategy
and services needs of small and mid-sized businesses, today
announced record growth in revenue (35%) and headcount (43%)
for the 2012 fiscal year.
"Demand for our
managed IT and outsourcing services has never been greater",
said Winxnet CEO Chris Claudio. . .
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vast variety of responsibilities, details and processes
involved with running a business means that some IT concerns
can go unaddressed - especially when everything appears to
be running smoothly. However, security is one area that
organizations must continuously monitor and work to keep
secure. After all, one serious attack or incident could put
your vital data in the hands of criminals--and might mean the
end for your business.
Here are four
steps that organizations can take to help ensure that their
important information stays safe:
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by Padmasree Warrior
What an exciting time to be in the tech industry. We are at the beginning of a major transition to the Mobile-Cloud era. Trends like bring your own device (BYOD), access anywhere, virtualization, and machine-to-machine connections have given way to a new breed of applications. We estimate that approximately 50 billion devices will be connected by 2020. In 2010 alone, more than 350,000 applications were developed with more than three million downloads. A 44-fold increase in data creation is predicted from 2010 to 2020, with 34 percent of it in the cloud. All of this leads to a world of intuitive connections between people, processes, data and things on the network - the Internet of Everything.
What does this mean? It means the trends we've been discussing over the past several years are all having a cumulative effect putting new demands on IT.
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by Laurence Cruz
The Internet is having a mid-life crisis: Having just turned 40, it's starting to go 3D. The transition is still in its early stages, but champions of the cause say it's both natural and inevitable, with mass adoption expected within a few years. 3D will make the Web more social, they say, and it will introduce powerful new ways for people in education, business and medicine to interact with content and with each other. Jani Pirkola, an evangelist of the 3D Internet in the Finnish high-tech hotbed of Oulu, predicts it will take off in 2018, with younger users and educational institutions leading the way. And he expects it will catch on faster than the 2D Internet did.
"Going from the Web to the 3D Internet is not as big a step as it was going from e-mail and telephones to the Web," says Pirkola, who is co-founder of an open-source 3D platform called realXtend. "People already grasp the idea of surfing around and doing things with computers."
John Fitzpatrick joins Winxnet as a Network Support Specialist. Mr.
Fitzpatrick brings to Winxnet more than fourteen years of
professional technology experience. Most recently, he worked
as an Executive Support Specialist for Warner Music Group.
Mr. Fitzpatrick's professional background and proficiency in
technical customer support benefit Winxnet as it grows
locally and nationally.
Kristin Gooch joins Winxnet as Marketing Director. She brings to Winxnet
nearly 20 years of experience in technology and services
solutions development, consulting, and marketing. She has
played an instrumental role in driving growth for Boston
area organizations of Winxnet's size. In relocating to Maine
and joining Winxnet in their Portland headquarters, she
brings substantial experience that will benefit the company
as it executes its growth strategy.
Douglas Cuffman joins Winxnet as a Senior Information Architect. He will be
assisting clients in improving usability and user experience
for their applications in the digital space. He has prior
experience in web design and education and linguistics, and
he speaks Japanese fluently. Most recently, Doug worked as
an Information Architect at L.L. Bean and was responsible
for designing the ecommerce giant's new website checkout.
Mr. Cuffman's professional background benefits Winxnet as it
grows locally and nationally.
Campbell joins Winxnet as an Administrative Assistant. Ms. Campbell is a
recent graduate of St. Michael's College with a B.A. in
Economics and Sociology. She brings to Winxnet her
experience in office support, event planning, and social
science research. Most recently, she worked as a Production
Assistant on the 2012 tour of singer-songwriter James
Taylor. Ms. Campbell's professional and educational
background will support Winxnet as it grows locally and
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Providing innovative IT solutions
since 1999, Winxnet is a leader in
IT outsourcing and consulting,
software development, and strategic
technical advisory services to the
private and public sectors. With
multiple offices in New England and
the southeast, Winxnet provides a
broad reach with local expertise.