Thanks to our clients for our direct mail campaign

July 10, 2017

We have the best clients – especially those who volunteered to have our photographer, Rashmi Pappu, snap them in their offices and use their likeness in our direct mail campaign. Big shout out to Hudson Studio for their fantastic design work, too! Deb Wilkes of Needham Mitnick and Pollack

Wannacry-free!

May 20, 2017

After more than a week in, we’re happy to report that none of our clients were hit by WannaCry! This was no accident, though; enforced patching and use of aggressive anti-virus software immunized Work Consultants’ clients from Wannacry’s effects.

NAMI

January 11, 2017

NAMI, the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization, needed its CIO needed to focus on his vision for technology in NAMI’s future which didn’t leave time for day-to-day network administration tasks including managing its on-prem servers, backup system, Azure cloud services, Office 365, patch management, network security, and so on. NAMI hired Work Consultants to… Read more »

$5,000 Azure allowance to non-profits

September 29, 2016

Microsoft is finally donating Azure to non-profits! And, it’s not a token gesture: a $5,000 annual credit to all Azure services. This means that a small non-profit could run 1-3 small servers in Azure all year for free.

Microsoft awarded us a silver!

August 24, 2016

We’re proud to have achieved the Silver Small and Midmarket Cloud Competency, putting us in top 5% of Microsoft partners! This endorsement from Microsoft means that when it comes to Microsoft’s cloud services like Office 365 and Azure, we’re among the most capable. Beyond our years of Microsoft cloud experience, this designation gives us greater access to… Read more »

The trifecta: Office 365, Azure, and Dropbox Business

June 26, 2016

A lobbying firm in DC who has been a client since 2004 was a prime candidate for a cloud migration; they’re a small office and a few of their staff work far away from HQ. These are two use cases where having a server in one’s office just doesn’t make sense anymore, not with cloud services… Read more »

We took Asbury to the heavens! Err, cloud

March 3, 2016

The staff of Asbury UMC – the beautiful, stone building at 11th St. NW and K St. NW that you’ve probably passed a hundred times – knew that they had to replace their aging, sole server. Loathe to spend thousands of dollars on hardware, they asked Work Consultants for a cloud-based solution for their file storage… Read more »

From floppies to the cloud in four days

July 5, 2015

Working with Continental Rail on this project in Louisiana will probably remain one of my best work experiences because of the amount of improvement that we were able to bring to their railroad operations – to say nothing of the pace of progress. When I arrived in Monroe, LA, the ‘network’ was made up of… Read more »

When your office’s IT guy is in over his head

June 11, 2015

Panicked call from a multi-million dollar M&A firm who was was relying on the guy in the office who knew the most about computers to manage their network turned into a total infrastructure overhaul. Read more on my post at Spiceworks…