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Blog March 14, 2013

Welcome to the New Connectria Blog!

We are happy to announce the launch of the Connectria blog! For being around since 1998 we have lots of knowledge to share. Our customers are already reaping the benefits but we believe sharing this expertise with partners, prospects, and even students will benefit the IT industry as a whole.

Our bloggers will come from all parts of the company including upper management, engineering, sales, security, and networking. In other words, there will be a variety of topics and you can be sure there will be something for you.

One of the key goals for this blog is to help people understand the various marketing type out there. As we know money talks. Well, sometimes… Find out how you REALLY know when you have “fanatical support”? What do hosting providers mean when they say 100% HIPAA Compliant Hosting? What is the difference between $10.99 vs. $299 hosting? We’ll decipher these and many more topics over the upcoming months.
We’ll also introduce you to the more personal side of Connectria. You’ll get to take a look behind the scenes with a data center tour. You’ll get to meet our engineers and see the great work Connectria’s employees do around our local St. Louis community.
Have any suggestions or specific questions you would like to submit? Please email me at blog@connectria.com and we’ll do our best to answer them in upcoming posts.

So sit back, relax, and check the Connectria blog from time to time. You can also get the latest blog posts by following us on Linkedin, Twitter or subscribe to the RSS feed. It’ll be worth it.

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