Abby Moeller, Author at Root Level Technology

Author: Abby Moeller, Author at Root Level Technology

National Women’s Equality Day

Today is National Women’s Equality Day, and I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate than to ask our very own Tracy Schoen for her experiences. She always has the best advice, encouragement, and especially stories! So without further ado, Tracy Schoen! Women in Tech What does “Women in Tech” mean to me? Well, in my mind, it’s not that far off from females who have blazed trails for years in our rather tumultuous history. It’s women who have given of themselves to help the women of today have a little better life – both personally and professionally.  Women have driven innovation in tech since the 19th century, but have long gone unnoticed. Their history is as  complex as […]

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Big Data: Deep Learning with Tensor Flow

Will Google’s TensorFlow Fuel Your Next Breakout Product? In the era of self-driving cars and the internet of things, it can be easy to get caught up in the “window effect”.  Maybe you’ve been there already…on the outside of that window looking in jealousy.  That feeling of “sure, deep learning and big data utilization are all perfectly well for Google and other tech giants, but it’s entirely out of my company’s league.”  If you’ve thought that far into the matter, you’ve probably also reflected on the massive upside potential that these technologies hold (probably with a healthy dose of entrepreneurial jealousy, if we had to guess).  But now you can stop wishing and start innovating.  In a move that holds […]

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Stock Up On IPv4 Today

When we visit our favorite websites or social media platforms, we tend to forget what we are really seeing is not a bunch of images and videos but a combination of ones and zeroes from just devices talking to each other. During the early days of the Internet, programmers and engineers created a system of unique identifiers known as Internet Protocol (IP) addresses so that computers could communicate with each other over a network. As systems grew more complex, the fourth version of this model was eventually adopted across the world, giving birth to IPv4. This created a system of 4.3 billion 32 bit numerical combinations that uniquely identify a device. Nonetheless, as we have discussed in a previous blog, […]

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Ensuring Your Website’s Success with a High Availability Network

A 1998 IBM Global Service report estimates that unavailable network services cost American businesses $4.5 billion annually. That was nearly twenty years ago. Imagine the exponential growth in losses that have occurred since then as computer usage has expanded across the world. Network reliability is one of the essential ingredients ensuring the success of your online platform. There are few things that will drive your customers away faster than receiving error messages or your site being down for maintenance. In today’s highly connected world, a website needs to be operational 24/7 in order to be prepared for users in different time zones trying to use your site. This short guide will explain the importance of high availability networks and how […]

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