The idea has always been counterintuitive: build solutions from a foundation of simplicity, and from there we can provide the features and benefits everyone seeks. But as many are aware: Simple can be harder than complex. Simple means focus and focus takes commitment. Simple can also be hard to see and is often unimpressive. Simple seems like a really bad sales and design strategy in the fast-moving tech world.
And yet: here we are… nearly 30 years after we started, Daystrom continues to seek to understand the needs of our clients, and the technology at hand, and then merge the two into the simplest most elegant computing solutions achievable. Of course, hearing us opine on simplicity may create the impression that we are borderline Luddites, or yearn for the years of a classic 8086. Nothing could be further from the truth. We love next-gen toys, like any proper engineer: 64-core workstations, 200G networking, massive parallel file systems… we’ve been delighting in such tech for quite a spell. However, we review every new technology with the same skeptical eye: is the ‘core’ built to create real value for our clients, and is the ‘new’ tech really worth the effort/risk/costs?
This is where working with Daystrom makes technology easy: we already sweat through all these details before we ever suggest such a solution, and then we sweat the details again during deployment, and then more sweating as you break it in and make it ‘sing.’ We sweat the details so you don’t have to. It’s what we’ve been doing since the early ’90s. Talk to us and find out why!