Serving Coffee, Cocktails, and Gig Internet: A Success Story with Thou Mayest and INDIGEX

Recently, local coffee staple Thou Mayest Coffee Roasters needed some help making connections.  In this case, is wasn’t the connections they're known for making over a cup of coffee. Instead, they needed help with technical connections.  Along with serving great beverages, Internet and music are key features of Thou Mayest.  Their customers enjoy and expect both of these to be great. So, when Thou Mayest experienced problems in this area, they reached out to the local gurus at INDIGEX.

New Name, New Focus, Same Excellent Service

A note from our president, Jason Crowley:

Innovative Networks, like many businesses, was born in a spare bedroom. That happened in October of 2003. We've been through many changes and have seen significant growth over the last dozen years. Change is a part of growth, and we're changing again. The name "Innovative Networks" doesn't quite tell our story anymore. Our business has grown to do much more than just network support. That's why we're changing our name to INDIGEX.

Innovative Networks Announces Corporate Name Change to INDIGEX

KANSAS CITY, March 21, 2016 -- Innovative Networks, Inc., a Kansas City leader in IT managed services announced today that it is changing its name to INDIGEX. The name change reflects the company's move from network-focused business solutions to a broader commitment to using technology to solve business problems and streamline operations for businesses of all sizes.

Northland CAPS 2015-16 Class is Off to a Great Start

It's 9:00 AM on a Wednesday morning and I'm sitting in a series of presentations from groups of high school juniors and seniors. They're all dressed in business attire and presenting technical solutions to stakeholders in the local business community. They're giving and receiving feedback from their school peers as well as the adults in the room.

The Hype Over Windows 10

Windows 10 launched on July 29th and in 24 hours over 14 million computers were upgraded to it.

Everyone is yapping about the return of the Start Menu, but the most appealing part is Microsoft’s first FREE upgrade.  Yes it’s FREE for those who have a Windows 7 or 8 license.   Unfortunately, those who have Vista or earlier will have to purchase the boxed version of Windows 10 for about $120.