One of the biggest business technology trends of the past half decade or more is the increasing amount of business that is conducted online. These days, many businesses have integrated online solutions into daily operations and have reaped the benefits.
Follow any tech blog for a couple of months and it quickly becomes apparent that there are new devices, systems, and hardware introduced on a near daily basis. Because of this, it can be tempting to feel pressure to rush out and upgrade your hardware on a regular basis.
When it comes to business continuity plans, many companies need technology in order to support their plan and systems such as backups and recovery. While this technology may be in place to support current continuity needs, there will come a time when this needs to be upgraded.
When working with cloud-based services like Google Apps, there are a number of important features that business users require. One being the all-important Spell Check. While this has been a feature of Google Docs, it has been largely missing in newer versions of other apps like Sheets; until now that is.
At the end of September, Microsoft held their now annual Windows event, where they announced the next big version of Windows – Windows 10. While it seems a little odd that they are skipping 9 completely, from what we can see, 10 is shaping up to be the best version of Windows to date.
Microsoft is working hard to ensure that their popular cloud-based productivity suite, Office 365, is constantly being improved. Because of the great products and support offered, businesses are continually migrating to the platform. If you are considering moving to Office 365, you should be aware of five factors that can cause a migration to fail, […]
Google Apps for Businesses offers a wide variety of useful productivity oriented tools that enable users to do more from almost anywhere. When it comes to a busy manager or business owner, one of the most useful tools is Google Calendar, which offers a wide range of features, including the ability to layer multiple calendars […]
Any business with a website will eventually want to dig deeper into the site’s statistics, including site visits, where your visitors come from, what they spend their time looking at, etc. The reasons for this can be varied, but tracking of this data can be tough.
Earlier this year news broke of one of the most widespread and potentially devastating bugs to-date – Heartbleed. While heartbleed was massive and companies are still dealing with the fallout to this day, news has recently broke of an even bigger potential threat: Shellshock.
When it comes to integrating Microsoft Office into your company, you are faced with two main options: Either purchasing Microsoft Office 2013 or signing up for the cloud-based version, Office 365. With both of these options you do get access to the Office suite, but there is some confusion over what the main difference is […]