The Technology of 3D Printing

3D Priting

One of the hottest trends in technology right now is 3D printing. There’s very little doubt that you haven’t heard about this technology, but do you really understand what it means or does? 3D printing isn’t just as simple as telling a machine to make something. There are programs to consider, file formats to use, and materials to pick from. While more common 3D printing uses plastics, some printers use brass, steel, and ceramic.

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Necessity of Network Security

Network SecurityEvery day you use your office computer you most likely partake in computer security initiatives. When you’re at work, you’ve probably noticed or been told that your computers are on a network. Without really understanding what that means, you just accept it and move on. However, your network and more importantly network security are vital things to your company.

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The iOS 7 Maps App: New Features

The iOS 7 update for iPhones saw a lot of changes. Some of them may have been subtle and gone unrecognized while other changes might have been a little more difficult for you to get used to. But, one thing is for sure, the latest iOS 7 Maps app update makes interacting with the app so much better. From turn-by-turn features to 3D views to the incredible new Flyover Feature, there is a lot to learn and explore with this app.

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Diverse Tech Services Recognized in CRN Next-Gen 250

Indianapolis, Indiana, August 19, 2014 – Diverse Tech Services announced today it has 

been named to the 2014 CRN Next-Gen 250 list. The annual list honors up-and-coming technology solution providers who have adapted their businesses in unique ways to meet market demands for emerging technologies such as unified communications, managed services, virtualization, and cloud computing.  These solution providers, each in business for less than 15 years, have embraced pressing market challenges in ways that clearly distinguish them as today’s trailblazers and tomorrow’s leaders.

Diverse Tech Services continues to be a hub of innovation in Indianapolis, Indiana. Through managed services, web development, and data security, Diverse Tech provides best-in class solutions for clients and partners. “We’re thrilled to be on CRN’s Next-Gen 250 list, which recognizes our hard work and outstanding commitment to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to technology solutions,” says George Apgar, Managing Partner. Diverse Tech provides manages services, web development, IT evaluation, and data protection services to customers across the United States.

“IT is undergoing a transformation today, with new technologies, new delivery models and new demands being placed upon the integrators tasked with architecting the technology solutions businesses need,” said Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company, publisher of CRN.  “The CRN Next-Gen 250 recognizes the up-and-comers among the solution provider community who have found innovative ways to address these business

challenges and recognizes them as the next generation of leaders in the IT channel.  We are pleased to be able to honor the organizations named in this prestigious list, and CRN editors will be following their progress in the years to come.”

A sampling of the Next-Gen 250 list will be featured in the August issue of CRN, the top news source for solution providers and the IT channel, and will be available online at both and through the CRN Tech News App for iPad and Windows 8.

About Diverse Tech Services

Founded in 2009, Diverse Tech Services has been helping companies grow by reducing the hassle and cost of managing their IT infrastructure and protecting their critical data. With teams of IT experts on-call 24/7/365, Diverse Tech provides end-to-end solutions, including: IT infrastructure management, application development, professional services and consulting, hardware and software sales and support, and technology staff augmentation services. Services are deployed from our Indianapolis Network Operations and Data Center, and additional support can be delivered from any of our regional service centers around the Midwest.  Diverse Tech Services is a top-ranked Midwestern computer consulting and web design firm.

About The Channel Company

The Channel Company is the channel community’s trusted authority for growth and innovation, with established brands including CRN, XChange Events, IPED, and SharedVue. For more than three decades, we have leveraged our proven and leading-edge platforms to deliver prescriptive sales and marketing solutions for the technology channel. The Channel Company provides Communication, Recruitment, Engagement, Enablement, Demand Generation and Intelligence services to drive technology partnerships. Learn more at

Internet Identity: Changing the Way You Interact Online

Imagine you’re having a conversation with someone you just met. You aren’t going to tell them your entire life story after having known them for only 5 minutes. Instead, you might tell them where you are from and they will observe things like your height and eye color. Over time, the two of you may have multiple conversations in which small pieces of your life can be pieced together. Eventually, you both get to know each other from talking, observing, and sharing parts of your own story. In much the same way, your Internet identity can be revealed every time you go online.

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Out of Date Virus Scanner

You probably get that annoying pop-up window down in the lower right hand corner of your screen about your virus scanner. If you’re like most users, you probably even click on ignore or update later, but if you knew the damage that could cause, you wouldn’t. Out of date virus scanners can actually be just as harmful to your data and your computer as not having a virus scanner.

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Could Buying A Computer Actually INCREASE Your Cash Flow?

If you dread writing checks for a network upgrade because it hits your cash flow in a big way, then you’ll want to look into HaaS or “hardware as a service.”

HaaS is becoming a more common option for businesses because it allows you to pay for ALL your IT services – hardware, installation, security, backups, applications, Internet, etc. – as a flat-fee service, thereby eliminating the heavy cash-flow hit of upgrading or expanding a computer network and giving you the ability to write off 100% of your IT expenses without having to depreciate those assets over time. Additionally, your IT provider takes total responsibility for the maintenance of your network.

Like businesses that lease their equipment, HaaS customers pay monthly for their infrastructure. This allows them to keep more cash in their pocket and gives them the tax advantage of converting a typical capital expense into an operational expense. But unlike leasing, HaaS can also do the following:

  1. No More Expensive Surprise Upgrades. With HaaS, your computers are automatically replaced with new ones every 3-4 years, ensuring compatibility with almost any software refresh. No end-of-lease buyouts of outdated equipment or ever having to release equipment again.
  2. Warranties Are A Thing Of The Past. With a HaaS program, you get your equipment AND the service included in the monthly cost. Anything that goes wrong with the computer (like the inevitable computer crash just days after your warranty expires) is our problem to resolve. Plus, since HaaS computers are replaced on a regular schedule, you don’t have to settle for refurbished parts or old computers for long.
  3. One Easy Invoice. Purchasing via a HaaS program is like having a condo. You get control of what goes in it, but don’t have to worry about maintenance, building-code issues or updating the façade. Everything in one low monthly fee!

Looking to upgrade equipment while saving cash?
Call us today at 317-524-5700 to find out if HaaS is right for you.


Checking Your Software Sources

Imagine sitting down to your computer first thing in the morning, opening up the software you downloaded last night, and then realizing that nothing is working properly. It can be a completely frustrating and overwhelming feeling to know that your computer has been hacked, corrupted, or even attacked with malware. Knowing where your software comes from and who it is coming from is the first line of defense when it comes to keeping your computer safe.

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