We specialize in customized solutions to meet their customers' Technology needs. We can analyze your specific business Technology requirements and create your own version of the software customized to your business. Our specialization spans a wide array of Technology that is required to run our customers business needs. We specialize in Enterprise Software Development, Custom Linux Distributions and Hardware Server/Desktop upgrades.

Mobile App Development for Android + iOS

We develop customized Mobile Enterprise Class Apps for Android and iOS. Whether you need a Mobile Android and/or iOS app to provide your users with your branded access or promote your business or help your employees to run your business, we have the development teams for you. Our programmers know their away around the Mobile front-end and back-end database required to get your Mobile apps running quickly.

Enterprise App Development

We spent years in Enterprise App Development sphere that spans custom application for wall street to mobile apps. Our years of experience has let us to develop some of the most sophisticated trading systems still in use today. We have applied our custom application experience to our customers; including mobile, internet, accounting and server applications.


Node.js allows the web-developers to write JavaScript server-side.

Raspberry Pi Development

The Raspberry Pi is a single computer board, developed for Internet of Things (IoT) projects. The low cost, numerous connectivity options, and 'plug and play' nature of Pi makes for a board that is ideal for all. Pi is the perfect tool; you can use it as a desktop computer, media center, server, monitoring/security device, or any other custom application.


USB-C is one of the standards for charging and transferring data. It's included in devices like the newest laptops, phones, and tablets and will likely spread to everything that currently uses the older, larger USB connector. The specifications for USB-C were first published in 2014. It is fast becoming to be a real replacement for not only older USB standards, but also other standards like Thunderbolt and DisplayPort. USB-C is closely intertwined with other new standards, as well—like USB 3 ...

Why Your Windows Taskbar Should Always Be on the Left or Right Side of the Screen?

Original Microsoft Windows taskbar was designed to be not movable and attached to the bottom of the screen only. Which made sense at the time to manage programs visually that were currently started by the user. The taskbar allowed users to minimize and restore running programs that were not needed while working on other tasks. With Windows 95 the modern taskbar that we know today was introduced that could be moved and configured to user preferences. ...

The End of Flash

Adobe’s once popular Flash Player, a browser-based runtime for displaying media content on the Internet, has reached the end of life for all regions outside mainland China. The final release was made on December 8. Adobe will no longer support Flash Player after this. Flash content will be blocked from running in Flash Player next month. ...

Why Video Conferencing Is Here to Stay

Video conferencing has been gaining in popularity over the years. But in 2020 due to the covid pandemic and lockdowns popularity of online conferencing has seen a meteoric rise. Even if you were a casual user just a couple of years ago of video conferencing, the new normal has created and forced many to adopt and become in-home/work experts.

Of course there are many popular platforms that have jumped ahead of the pack, and in 2021 we will see newcomers come to market. Not all video ...