Dig Our New Bar

This past weekend, we were asked by the nice folks at the Southlake Tennis Center if we would like to donate and serve TreeStrike brews at a charity mixed doubles tournament. The event raised money for an organization called Safe Haven, that assists women and children leaving situations of domestic violence. Of course we said Read more

The Big Pig

If you haven't had the good fortune to try our chili yet, well, you're not alone. Even my wife has never tried it, and she's going to help me cook it! In her defense, it's because she's a vegetarian. She says it smells great. So at least there's that. But if you're not a vegetarian and you haven't given it a try, you need to head over to the Ginger Man today and enjoy the Big Pig! There are several other teams competing, all of whom will have great concoctions, I'm Read more

My Obsession with Pale Ales

I love American-style pale ales and have for many years. I was reminded of this last night when the whole family was out for dinner at one of our favorite Tuesday night places, and I was talking with the manager about "old school" favorites. Yep, I too once drank Wiedemann's and MGD. In college, Wiedemann's was special mainly due to the price, and a party with an MGD keg was practically a high-class Read more

Which in turn Data Software is Right For Your company?

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When you use data software to investigate your business information, it’s rather a daunting job. The first step is usually to identify the questions you intend to answer. What is the problem or challenge you wish to solve? After that, define the type of data you want and exactly how you plan to reach it. You might also need a approach to store and retrieve the details that you need. This post Read more […]

Types of Data Area Software

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When setting up a data room, it is crucial to evaluate the whole picture. This consists of checking browser compatibility and access permissions. Ensure that the solution is SOC2-compliant. In addition , search for flexible deployment solutions that may support a range of file formats. Finally, consider the ease of use and accessibility. Depending on the requirements of your project, there are Read more […]

Choosing a Due Diligence Electronic Data Area

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A research virtual data room (VDR) can be a beneficial tool when doing your due diligence. A VDR keeps track of all interactions between due diligence clubs, and is a great tool www.techiespicks.net/top-antivirus-for-linux-for-security-and-safe-use to continue track of records. The VDR’s audit record allows you to check out who has viewed, edited, or perhaps exported papers. This helps one to make Read more […]

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