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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
- Google's New Bookmarking Service, Previously Called Stars, Has Gone Live (Sarah Perez/TechCrunch)
- Xbox Entertainment Studios officially closed after Nancy Tellem, Jordan Levin let go earlier than expected (Cynthia Littleton/Variety)
- AT&T bumps data on $40, $70 Mobile Share Value plans by 50%; Verizon in turn bumps data for $80, $100 More Everything plans by 33%, 50% (Juli Clover/MacRumors)
- Will He Ever Return? Head Of Google's Web Spam Team Matt Cutts Extends Leave Into 2015 (Danny Sullivan/Search Engine Land)
- Come Out, Come Out: The Tim Cook Moment Is Here (Kara Swisher/Re/code)
- HTC predicts better sales in 4th quarter after 3-year decline, 3rd straight quarterly profit (Aries Poon/Wall Street Journal)
- Samsung says Microsoft deal invites 'charges of collusion': filing (Dan Levine/Reuters)
- HP's smartwatch lacks sensors and touchscreen, has 7 day battery life; starts at $349, Nov. 7 (Michael Hsu/Wall Street Journal)
- Larry Page interview: Silicon Valley has become short-sighted; too few investors are chasing breakthrough technologies (Richard Waters/Financial Times)
- Google Flu Trends to incorporate data from CDC after greatly overestimating number of cases in the US for the 2012-13 flu season (Steve Lohr/New York Times)
- Microsoft Band first impressions: clunky hardware, useful software; tile interface works well (David Pierce/The Verge)
- Sprint extends $20 lease program to Galaxy S5, Galaxy S5 Sport (Roger Cheng/CNET)
- Despite Android TV push, Google Play Movies & TV app comes to Roku set-top boxes (Tom Cheredar/VentureBeat)
- Facebook now available through Tor browsers at an onion address, SSL still enabled (Andy Greenberg/Wired)
- Banking giant BBVA Compass partners with Dwolla for real-time transfers at reduced fees (Ben Popper/The Verge)
- Google now lets developers add "Ok Google" voice search functionality to third party apps (Adriana Lee/ReadWrite)
- Q&A with Slack co-founder and CEO Stewart Butterfield: thoughts on valuation, competition, road to success (Dan Primack/Fortune)
- BlackBerry updates BBM with timed messages and message retraction, unveils plans for a paid subscription (Emil Protalinski/VentureBeat)
- Facebook has experimented with Newsfeed content before voting to analyze effect on turnout (Micah L. Sifry/Mother Jones)