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The System Architect is a business technology company that helps businesses choose and manage business technology, and processes. We provide strong and scalable solutions. We work as an extension of your organization, providing Knowledge as a Service, and on-demand resources for your ever changing business.
Each of our technology professionals has more than 15 years of business technology experience. Our members come from various business backgrounds which include insurance, mortgage lending, engineering, health care, retail, software development, and network/telephone communications.
We empower your company's most valuable assets - your employees and the relationships they build.
Top technology news
- Reddit, still unprofitable, looks to grow ad revenues without alienating users (Mike Isaac/New York Times)
- Apple Stores to soon open up iPhone sales via AT&T Next, T-Mobile JUMP, & Verizon Edge (Mark Gurman/9to5Mac)
- Snapchat stars begin making lucrative advertising deals to create "authentic" branded content (Ellen Huet/Forbes)
- Facebook's privacy pivot: Mark Zuckerberg's plan to win back trust (Will Oremus/Slate)
- Why Minecraft is a phenomenon: it requires its players to co-create it (Robin Sloan/Medium)
- Amazon apparently set to launch Square-competitor in August as it develops biometric payment solutions (Mark Gurman/9to5Mac)
- As broader immigration reform stalls, Y Combinator lobbies for expanding O1A visas to founders accepted into incubators (Hayley Tsukayama/Washington Post)
- Behind "GoodGoogle", a service for depleting your competitor's AdWord budget via click fraud (Brian Krebs/Krebs on Security)
- Pandora and Spotify face uncertain future with giants Google, Apple, and Amazon encroaching (John McDuling/Quartz)
- Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 includes support for folders and interactive cases (Tom Warren/The Verge)
- YC-Backed Kamcord Launches An App For Watching Mobile Game Replays (Kim-Mai Cutler/TechCrunch)
- How Glu Mobile refit an earlier game to make chart-topping "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood" (Alex Wawro/Gamasutra)
- Premium not freemium: Fleksy follows in SwiftKey's footsteps with a new store for themes (Paul Sawers/The Next Web)
- AWS in fight of its life as customers like Dropbox ponder hybrid clouds and Google pricing (Barb Darrow/Gigaom)
- Cable Companies: Google Threatens Net Neutrality, Not Us (Brendan Sasso/National Journal)
- Indian startups like Autowale connect auto-rickshaw drivers with riders via SMS (Megha Bahree/New York Times)
- Researchers demo cheaper resistive random access memory fabrication, raising prospect of terabyte chips for smartphones (Kevin Bullis/MIT Technology Review)
- As messages intended for friends increasingly become media fodder, what does "public" mean? (Anil Dash/Medium)
- Marc Andreessen takes to Twitter to quote bad predictions about Facebook through the years (Mark Sullivan/VentureBeat)