Hospital-Wide Communication

Still using pagers and two-way radios? Still lugging around wireless phones? It’s amazing how often we see someone with all of these devices, and a cell phone. They are better equipped than Batman! Not only is it a lot to carry around, the organization has to support the aging technology (with people and dollars). This […]

What Does Reliability Really Mean?

We have all seen the TV commercials from Comcast and Verizon for their business Internet and phone services. These sound very attractive because of the low cost but buyer beware. Don’t get me wrong, these types of services are appropriate for some very small businesses, especially ones who maintain home offices. These are businesses that […]


How WAKE TSI saved Christmas for Montgomery Hospital Medical Center It was 4 or 5 years ago on Christmas day when Ed Hemschoot, Director of Information Services for Montgomery Hospital Medical Center, called WAKE TSI regarding a network issue plaguing Montgomery Hospital Medical Center. Chris Witt, CEO of WAKE TSI, was sitting down with his […]

Learning from Disaster

What Can the IT Community Learn from the Disaster in Japan? We all hope that we never have to experience the devastation that is being felt in Japan. They are trying to cope with numerous challenges relating to basic human needs like food, water, and shelter let alone basic infrastructure like power and communications. Would […]

Do I Need a Data Center?

Do I Need a Data Center? If you still own your own data center and this question has not already crossed your mind, then you might be spending more money than you need, subjecting your organization to unnecessary risk, or both. Your data center is the foundation for all your core computing resources. Any flaws […]

Two Cultures Drive Data Center Development in Higher Education

Here’s an excerpt from a Cisco article by Dave Trowbridge that mentions WAKE TSI. Making the Most of Data Center Upgrades As usual in IT, some the greatest obstacles are not technical but social or political. The drive to service-oriented architectures and cloud computing involves a lot of disruptive technologies, and CIOs cannot afford to […]


Avoidance, Recovery, Continuity Businesses can be interrupted by events as simple as a network outage, or as devastating as a tornado, fire, or even an act of terrorism. The most appropriate step you can take to reduce the impact of a disaster is to first realize that it could happen to your business. Let’s make […]

How to Save a Run Away Project

Getting Back On Track Some skills are learned from formal education and great training. Some of the more subtle skills necessary for success in business and IT are learned only through decades of hands-on experience. The professionals at WAKE Technology Services have both. It was the application of these combined skills that enabled WAKE to […]

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