Hobbies Are Big Business

Hobbies Rooted in Technology Can Turn Into Careers
Hobbies provide a mental escape from our everyday lives. Here are a few, rooted in technology, that are now big business with lots of jobs available.

Drone Operators: Flying a drone went from being a child’s activity a few years ago to a hobby for enthusiasts and now has become a way for businesses to deliver products.

5 Steps to Rise Above the Fear of COVID-19 and Focus on Growing Your Business 

In a matter of just a few short weeks, we have gone from living how we’ve always lived to changing just about everything we do.  Schools are out for weeks if not months.  Cruises have stopped sailing, and air transportation may be next.  Bars and restaurants are closing, sporting events are nonexistent and so many people are now unemployed.


The New Jersey State Golf Association has been teeing up for success since 1900. The non-profit organization is dedicated to promoting and preserving the traditions of the game of golf throughout the state of New Jersey. The NJSGA consists of over 250 public and private member clubs, courses and organizations representing nearly 65,000 members.

Scouting for a Brighter Future

As you may recall, in 2018 IT Radix celebrated our 10-year anniversary by “Giving Back” to the community. Each month we contributed to numerous organizations assisting adults, children, animals and the environment. As we embark on a new year, we thought it fitting to spotlight some of our clients that “Give Back” by what they do each and every day.

Different Types of Connections

As humans, we crave love and connection at our core.  Technology has made it easier than ever to be “connected,” but it does not replace actual physical interaction or connection.  So, while we at IT Radix assist our clients in getting connected via technology, be it via the Internet, email, instant messaging such as Skype, webinars and more, we believe actual interaction is critical to successful relationships.

It Was Like Drinking from a Fire Hose

Have you ever been to an event where so much information and knowledge that you wished your head was a sponge that could just soak everything in? I recently had that opportunity and boy, was I lucky! I thought I'd share over the next few weeks some of my takeaways.