Windows 8.1 to feature more SkyDrive

September 25th, 2013

Cloud storage services, like Microsoft’s SkyDrive, have become an important part of computing. By storing files in one of these programs, we can access them from nearly any device that has an Internet connection. While this is great news, accessing a file from a mobile device on a data plan could use an extraordinary amount […]

5 office uses of OneNote

September 24th, 2013

Microsoft Office is the world’s most popular office productivity suite. The cloud based version, Office 365, is quickly becoming the go-to solution for small to medium businesses. One of the reasons for this is the stellar programs that come with it which allow for increased productivity and collaboration.

Set up Google Account Recovery

September 24th, 2013

Google’s various products and services have become an integral part of many of our lives. From Android devices, to Gmail and Chrome, chances are high that you use at least one Google product on a daily basis. The one thing that links all of these accounts is your Google account.

Email security issues? Outsource!

September 19th, 2013

Email has become the most essential form of business communication. It allows companies and customers to communicate instantly and has generally made life easier. A common problem with email however is that it may not be the most secure platform available and there is often a high cost associated with securing your email.

Introducing Chrome App Launcher

September 17th, 2013

The first week of September was an important milestone for Google – it was during this week in 2008 that Google introduced Chrome to the world. Now, five years later, it’s among the most popular browsers out there. In early September this year, Google announced Chrome App Launcher – the next step in Chrome’s evolution.

Data visualization – when to use it

September 13th, 2013

A popular trend related to data is the increasing use of infographics and visualization. While it is true that a visual representation of data can be helpful, it doesn’t mean that every bit of data collected needs to be represented visually or turned into an infographic.

Preparing a business for disaster

September 12th, 2013

For many countries, August through to October is severe weather season. From wildfires in the western US, to typhoons in Asia, many regions see a rise in disasters during these months. In an effort to increase awareness FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Association) has named September as National Preparedness Month.

Email storage doubled for Office 365

September 10th, 2013

With the increasing integration of the Internet into nearly every system many companies have started to invest in cloud based solutions. One of the more well known systems is Microsoft’s Office 365 – the cloud based version of Office. In an effort to make Office 365 more appealing, Microsoft has recently announced an increase in […]

Have you heard of Author Rank?

September 10th, 2013

Over the years the Internet has evolved from something solely inhabited by websites to an unrivaled content generator. The vast majority of people find this content – articles, blogs, etc. – by using Google’s Search. In recent months, a concept known as Author Rank has started to make waves in marketing and Search Engine Optimization […]

Turn your computer off at night?

September 5th, 2013

When you are finishing work for the day, do you just stand up and leave without turning your computer off? Or, do you take the time to properly shut it down? Talk to 10 different people and you will get 10 different answers as to whether you should leave your computer on at night, or […]

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