There is a growing trend among many businesses of connecting to the office from outside, or doing work remotely. In order to do so, most users require an Internet connection, often using public Wi-Fi connections. The issue with many public Wi-Fi connections is that they may not be as secure as you think, and could […]
The holiday season is more or less officially upon on us. As with the past few years, tech items like tablets and laptops will be among the most popular gifts given. Beyond that, the next few months are among the best time of the year to buy a new laptop.
On November 8 the thirtieth typhoon of the 2013 typhoon season hit the Philippines. Typhoon Haiyan is widely thought to be the most intense storm to make landfall in recorded history, leaving behind it flattened cities and over 4000 casualties.
Social media has become integrated into nearly every aspect of life, including business and marketing. Many companies adopt social media profiles with the hopes of connecting with their customers and fans. Others however, are finding that platforms like Google+ are a great way to facilitate intra-company social communication.
The instantly recognizable tile interface of Windows 8 is here to stay, with Microsoft keeping it’s innovative touch screen style for update Windows 8.1. Much like Apple with OS X, Microsoft are now introducing a schedule of yearly updates. For the latest OS update, the new features are tweaks and added extras, rather than an […]
Companies around the world are migrating to Microsoft’s Office 365 in increasing numbers. While many Office 365 plans come with full versions of the Microsoft Office suite, some companies prefer something a little lighter. That’s why Microsoft offers Office Web Apps.
One of the main components of email is the attachment. Being able to attach an important contract, photo or any manner of file really is one of the reasons email has become so popular. There is one problem with attachments however: You normally have to download these in order to open them.
One of the first steps many companies take when they are looking to secure their computers and networks is to implement an anti-virus or malware program and scanning. While this will go a long way in deterring network intrusions, malware can still sometimes find a way to get onto your systems.
Microsoft Office 365 – the cloud-based version of the popular Office suite – offers users numerous benefits that can not only help make their jobs easier, but also more efficient and faster. Take Lync for example. This communication program supports collaboration and decision making.
In the past few weeks the CryptoLocker virus has spread rapidly to become one of the more well known, and dangerous, viruses of the year. Because of the fact that if your system is infected, you likely won’t be getting your files back unless you pay the ransom, you likely don’t want this to infect […]