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Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Jacob Baker!

Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Jacob Baker!

SCLogic is happy to introduce our new Software Support Analyst, Jacob Baker. Jacob started at SCLogic in May of 2018 after previously working for Unleashed Technologies, LLC as a Network Engineer. He attended Stevenson University, earning a BS in Computer Information Systems in 2015 and a MS in Business and Technology Management in 2017. Jacob has experience with Windows, Windows Server, Exchange Server, IIS Server, Linux/Unix, Python, PuTTY, Cisco Packet Tracer, Cisco Routers/Switches, Access Points, SNORT, and Virtual Environments. In…

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2018 National Association of College and University Mail Services (NACUMS) Conference Recap

2018 National Association of College and University Mail Services (NACUMS) Conference Recap

SCLogic had another great year at the National Association of College and University Mail Services (NACUMS) Conference in New Orleans, LA. Once again, SCLogic had the privilege of providing the campus logistics solution to track the session attendees. The campus logistics solution setup for the NACUMS Conference was a fairly simple process as each attendee had a badge with a unique barcode and each individual session also had a unique barcode. Using a handheld device, the conference staff members were able to…

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BI, BA…what it all means is actually pretty interesting

BI, BA…what it all means is actually pretty interesting

We all know we’re supposed to care about reporting, metrics, analytics, trends, KPIs, dashboards, charts, graphs…data data data! Knowledge is power, sure, but it can also be overwhelming when it lacks understanding. So let’s break it down: Business Intelligence (BI): primarily uses software applications to turn the data you’ve been collecting into something you can understand (via those reports, dashboards, charts, and graphs) and turn into crucial takeaways like performance metrics, supply chain choke points, and cost breakdowns, with the…

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Using devices to monitor and analyze workplace mental health. Viable or unsettling?

Using devices to monitor and analyze workplace mental health. Viable or unsettling?

It might just be both. The conventional advice to a stressed out, teched outed person is to disconnect from their computer, phone, tablet, and smartwatch in order to find their “happy place” again. But with our increasing attachment to these devices in both a personal and professional capacity, will that advice only add to someone’s anxiety? Not only that, more and more app developers are taking advantages of our connectedness to help diagnose, track, and manage our mental well-being. Kind…

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Your 5-Minute ‘Food for Thought’ Coffee Break: How to take on digital transformation in your facility

Your 5-Minute ‘Food for Thought’ Coffee Break: How to take on digital transformation in your facility

There is so much buzz surrounding the importance of emerging technology, it can be overwhelming. Is an overarching tech upgrade to your facility necessary or even viable? Where do you start? How do you gain acceptance and begin the process? What should your expectations be? An article recently published in Facility Executive called “Preparing Facilities For The Inevitable Digital Transformation” does a good job of breaking down the most salient components to understanding all the trendy talk and information floating…

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Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Darian Lee!

Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Darian Lee!

SCLogic is happy to introduce our new Software Support Analyst, Darian Lee. Darian started at SCLogic on March 12, 2018 and previously completed internships at Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Exelon after attending University of Maryland Baltimore County, earning an BS in Information Technology in 2017. Born in Frederick, MD, Darian has lived in the DC/Baltimore area his entire life. In his spare time, he enjoys hanging out with friends, playing rugby and video games. Please join us in welcoming Darian to…

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Meet the new Software Engineer, Jake Finamore

Meet the new Software Engineer, Jake Finamore

SCLogic is happy to introduce our new Software Engineer, Jake Finamore. Jake started at SCLogic in October of 2017 and previously worked for Catalyte.io for three years. He graduated from the College of Southern Maryland in the 2013, earning his Associates in Computer Science. Jake brings his valuable experience of software development to the SCLogic development team. Born in Virginia Beach, VA, Jake spent his childhood in Palestine. In his spare time, he enjoys playing board games, binge watching tv…

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Sustainability…not just another hokey green theme

Sustainability…not just another hokey green theme

It shouldn’t be any secret that sustainable practices in the workplace are beneficial for the environment and community, but you may or may not know that wearing the green halo can also benefit your company. This is a great time for facility managers to show leadership by bringing ideas that can reduce operational costs and demonstrate a desire to put the company in the best light possible. Last week I attended a lunch and learn hosted by IFMA’s Capital Chapter…

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Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Tyler Blankenship!

Meet the new Software Support Analyst, Tyler Blankenship!

SCLogic is happy to introduce our new Software Support Analyst, Tyler Blankenship. Tyler started at SCLogic on August 7th of 2017 and previously worked for a catering company while attending Anne Arundel Community College, earning an AA in Information Assurance and Cyber Security. He graduated from Towson University in the Spring of 2017, earning his BS in Information Technology. Tyler brings his valuable experience of implementing backups, building developer sites and website redesign to the SCLogic support team. Born in Columbia,…

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