Author Archives: Aaron Suzuki

About Aaron Suzuki

Aaron has spent his entire career as an IT consultant. Rising at the age of 26 to the role of President for a regional Internet application development firm, Aaron led the company successfully through the economic downturn of the early 2000's. From there, he moved to a broader technology business opportunity, taking on the revival of an ailing Seattle-based IT firm where he acted as the Director of Business Development. Aaron co-founded Prowess in 2003 and co-founded SmartDeploy in 2009. As the CEO, he helps create and instill process in production and management. He is responsible for the ongoing operations of the business, including day-to-day management. Aaron drives the strategic direction of the company, and he is the primary liaison to the Advisory Board.
22 Mar

Going Straight to Windows 8

Initially, I was of the opinion that organizations still running Windows XP wouldn’t or at least shouldn’t, skip Windows 7 and go directly to Windows 8. But as time has elapsed and migration numbers have not moved significantly I’m beginning to think that many organizations simply won’t have the option to buy Windows 7 by […]

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01 Apr

Windows future

Reports of Windows 8 early release to partners this week got me thinking about all of the goings on with Windows presently. We’re as eager as anyone to get our hands on a new OS. It sounds like there might be a “preview” at WPC in July, which I would interpret as a demo, with beta to follow […]

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29 Sep

Bet On Us

When evaluating software vendors at some point you probably ask yourself, your team, or perhaps your management asks you, “Why should we go with a product from an independent software vendor when we have mainstream options?” You might even have a history or a relationship with another vendor and have to justify a change. And […]

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