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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
- The evolution of propaganda: how ISIS uses Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp, SoundCloud, and more (New York Times)
- Sony's Xperia announcements at IFA: Z3, initially T-Mobile exclusive, Z3 Compact, budget E3 phone, and waterproof Z3 Tablet Compact (Dom Esposito/9to5Google)
- Second Bitcoin user Hal Finney dies at 58 after battle with ALS, has body cryonically frozen (Andy Greenberg/Wired)
- Android Wear powered Sony SmartWatch 3 and 'SmartBand Talk' with curved e-ink display launching at IFA 2014 (Dom Esposito/9to5Google)
- Anand Shimpi stepping down as Editor in Chief of AnandTech and retiring from tech publishing (Anand Lal Shimpi/AnandTech)
- Apple has considered a $400 price for its wearable device, with some models priced lower (Re/code)
- How AT&T, Comcast, and Time Warner Cable use state governments to hinder municipal broadband (Allan Holmes/The Center for Public ...)
- Twitter Redesigns Signup Process to Entice New Users (Yoree Koh/Wall Street Journal)
- IDC lowers tablet year-on-year growth forecast from 12.1% to 6.5%, expects 233M sales in 2014 (Zack Whittaker/ZDNet)
- Dell study: CryptoWall ransomware infected 625K computers, earning creators over $1.1M in about 5 months (Teri Robinson/SC Magazine)
- Alibaba plans to kick off IPO roadshow in early September, begin trading as soon as September 18 or 19 (Telis Demos/Wall Street Journal)
- Flickr gaining 14M historic images extracted from 2M public domain books in Internet Archive (Leo Kelion/BBC)
- Former BitInstant CEO Charlie Shrem to plead guilty to unlicensed money transmission next Thursday (Nate Raymond/Reuters)
- JPMorgan Hack Said to Span Months Via Multiple Flaws (Bloomberg)
- White House picks D.C. attorney Danny Marti to be the next "IP czar" (Nancy Scola/Washington Post)
- Lyft says its drivers are losing up to 48% of their earnings from Uber's recruiting, due to shorter rides and cancellations (Nick Bilton/New York Times)
- Snapchat's new "Live" section shows "Our Story" posts from select events around the world (Jordan Crook/TechCrunch)
- Intel unveils high-end Haswell-E chips, including its first 8-core desktop CPU, priced at $999 (Andrew Cunningham/Ars Technica)