Sprint Samsung Epic 4g being used for computer service technicians – first impressions

JohnMHoyt Android, Business, CCTV, Computer Repair, Computer Service, Connectivity, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, John M. Hoyt's Personal Stuff, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, Product Review, Technology, Windows, Windows Server 4 Comments

Wanna buy a RIM Blackberry 8350i for Nextel / Sprint? We have a few for sale! http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=320599349838#ht_694wt_1139 In an earlier blog posts, I rambled a bit about the desire to leave the Blackberry, but why we didn’t, and then last week, I posted about finally dumping the Blackberry phones for new Android smart phones. Today I will bore you with my …

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We finally dumped Nextel Blackberry phones & went with Sprint Samsung Epic 4g

JohnMHoyt Android, Business, Connectivity, Homeland Secure IT, John M. Hoyt's Personal Stuff, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange, Product Review, Technology 2 Comments

After another horrible day of Nextel service I gave up and went to the Sprint store where they attempted to upgrade the software on my Blackberry 8350i…   What was supposed to take a few minutes (45 or so) ended up taking until the end of their business day, and they were going to have it for me at start …

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Random thoughts about cell phones and service industry usage

JohnMHoyt Business, Computer Service, Connectivity, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, iPhone, John M. Hoyt's Personal Stuff, Microsoft, Microsoft Exchange 5 Comments

Homeland Secure IT is stuck in the past! That’s right, a high-tech business is using what most consider to be antiquated technology. It isn’t because of the cost, it is because of the features. We are actually paying more per month for our cell phone plan than if we were using the latest devices and connectivity. What we use and …

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