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The Road to iOS 10: Digital Touch

Apple has a nice bag of goodies in store for users when iOS 10 rolls out to customers later in Fall 2016. Until then, developers on the platform have had access to the ever-growing number of cool new features and updates. Being one of those, I like to share my take on...

Exchange Domain Migration Automation

eimagine recently underwent a rebranding which included changing our domain from thinketg.com to eimagine.com. Normally this would require clicking through a multitude of menus and screens, but this can all be conveniently accomplished with Powershell. Fortunately our...

Virtual Credit Cards – A Rebuttal

I recently read an article explaining why virtual card numbers “aren’t worth it.” The internet is full of awful advice. One of my favorites I came across was from a young lady who stated that you should simplify your life by using the same password...

My Advice on How to Pass the CAPM

Are you a young professional who is currently considering entering the realm that is Project Management? If so, obtaining your CAPM (Certified Associate in Project Management) is a great place to start. I recently took the CAPM exam and passed on my first try, so I’d...

HoloLens Unboxing

Here at eimagine we have a body of knowledge program (eBOK) that allows our staff to take on new training, learning, and enrichment activities. One big advantage eBOK provides is the opportunity to work on new technologies that would normally be unavailable to us. In...

Case Statement Foiled By Null

This article applies to Microsoft SQL server. The concept of null can be confusing to programmers and non-coders alike. For databases, the normal understanding as defined by ANSI is null means anything or nothing. It’s literally an undefined value. As such,...

The Anatomy of a SharePoint Site

A SharePoint site is one of the easiest and most effective ways to share content and coordinate on projects with your co-workers and employees. A SharePoint site page is a customizable canvas in the middle of your interface where you can share links, images, text,...

Try Saying Thank You Instead of Sorry

I recently read an article on Bright Site titled Stop saying ‘sorry’ if you want to say thank you: a seriously insightful cartoon, which got me thinking how many times a day I issue the words “I’m Sorry”. I tend to default to using the...