James P Devellis: Version 2.0 of Popular IT Blog to Make Debut

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A brand-new version of the popular information technology blog of industry specialist James P. Devellis will soon be unveiled. Read on to learn more.

A recently launched blog on information technology (IT) has exceeded traffic expectations, so a new, more user-friendly version of the blog will soon make its debut, according to blog creator James P. Devellis, an IT specialist.

Devellis’s microsite received more than three times the amount of traffic than original expected. For this reason, Devellis decided to upgrade the blog to make it even more user friendly and informative. Version 2.0 of the blog was originally slated to arrive in the early part of 2019, but the incredible traffic that the blog has received has motivated Devellis to release the newest version of it before the end of 2018.

The purpose of Devellis’s blog is to educate people about IT and technology. The informative blog provides basic information on today’s technology issues, including the causes of these issues and some handy related troubleshooting tips. Some of the issues touched on in the blog include computer crashes, virus infections, slow-running desktops, and other software and hardware issues.

Devellis also welcomes readers to share with him their specific technology issues so that he can figure them out. In fact, readers who happen to be online at the same time he is may request that Devellis walk them through their problems in real time. He emphasizes in his blog that those facing perplexing IT issues do not need to panic, as a solution always exists -- even if it is buried underneath the surface.

Devellis has long been skilled in problem-solving, so entering the IT world was a natural choice for him. He taught himself much of what he knows bout IT or learned it from other specialists when he started his career in this field. Today, he remains an in-demand consultant to a wide range of employers, although large IT firms are constantly courting him to join their teams.

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