Viewing entries posted in October 2008

A unified login for local students

Posted by Rubin Bennett on 30 October 2008 | 0 Comments

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rbTechnologies was contracted to design, build and deploy a solution for a local school with too many login environments.

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rbTechnologies sets the bar for Network Productivity

Posted by Rubin Bennett on 30 October 2008 | 0 Comments

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rbTechnologies consistently delivers well designed, cost effective networks that help your staff work more efficiently and your company to run more smoothly, while saving you money and time.

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rbTechnologies creates Efficiency Through Technology

Posted by Rubin Bennett on 30 October 2008 | 0 Comments

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rbTechnologies is a full service Business Computer network sales and support organization. Founded in 1997, we provide on demand and outsourced Information Technology services for companies both local and far away. We perform all aspects of network design, support and maintenance for companies from 2 employees to 4,000.

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rbTechnologies: a culture of empowerment

Posted by Rubin Bennett on 30 October 2008 | 0 Comments

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At rbTechnologies, we believe strongly in supplying our customers the freedom and empowerment to run your own technology infrastructure. As such we are more than happy to assist your internal staff with running any or all of the components we develop, design and deploy at your site.

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We're Growing Again

Posted by Rubin Bennett on 30 October 2008 | 0 Comments

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rbTechnologies adds more staff! T. Andrew Hooper and Keith MacMartin have joined the rbTechnologies team!

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rbTechnologies puts efficiency at your fingertips

Posted by Rubin Bennett on 30 October 2008 | 0 Comments

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By deploying Open standards based technologies, we deliver networks that are built around industry accepted best practices, minus the pitfalls of vendor lock-in and forced upgrades.

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