How Managed Services boost productivity

July 30th, 2015
How Managed Services boost productivity

Have you heard of Managed Services, but are still unsure of how they can help your business? Do you often hear IT providers trying to sell them with words and phrases like “productivity” and “more profits”? If you’re looking for a clearer description of just how Managed Services can increase your productivity, today is your day.

Increase staff efficiency with technology

July 28th, 2015
Increase staff efficiency with technology

When it comes to increasing your employees’ efficiency and productivity, technology can provide countless opportunities to streamline workflows, eliminate redundant processes and reduce costs within your organization. If you’re looking to stay ahead of the competition, you need to ditch the traditional ways of working and implement technology to your practices to encourage more employee productivity – here’s how.

New features in Android M

July 27th, 2015
New features in Android M

Android phone users can expect a new OS coming soon with Google’s announcement at this year’s Google I/O, its annual software developer conference. While they did not announce which dessert it will be named after yet, the Android M as they are calling it at the moment comes with many improvements worth mentioning.

Charge your iPhone’s battery faster

July 24th, 2015
Charge your iPhone’s battery faster

It’s Friday night, and you’re getting ready to go out for the evening. You’ve got your wallet, keys, and extra cash – you’re good to go. You quickly glance at your iPhone to check the time, and that’s when you notice the problem all iOS users dread.

What’s new in the beta of Mac’s El Capitan OS

July 24th, 2015
What’s new in the beta of Mac’s El Capitan OS

This autumn, Apple will release their new operating system currently known as El Capitan. And if the mere thought of waiting months to get your hands on it leaves you with a sinking feeling in your stomach, Apple has released a beta version for those interested in testing it out now.

The difference between 4 types of malware

July 22nd, 2015
The difference between 4 types of malware

Since many of us out there have been using the internet for decades, it’s likely that most of us have had our systems infected by malware at one point or another. But how many of us actually know what the differences are between malware, viruses, trojans, and other online threats? For those without a clue, here’s a description of four of the most common ones and the security measures you can take to keep your business protected.

Apple announces iOS 9 for iPad

July 17th, 2015
Apple announces iOS 9 for iPad

Apple holds their Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) each year to introduce their new products and platforms. This year, the tech giant has announced the arrival of the latest iOS version, which contains several application additions and revamps, as well as changes to design and interface.

New Office 365 suite announced

July 16th, 2015
New Office 365 suite announced

Microsoft recently announced its plans to phase out their current Office 365 E4 suite and replace it with a new, premium package known as E5. While a release date has yet to be specified, Microsoft has stated that they intend to make the product available by the end of this year.

Survey reveals common productivity busters

July 15th, 2015
Survey reveals common productivity busters

People like to speculate about what the most disruptive productivity killers are in offices around the country, but do they really have a clue? It’s easy to point fingers at email, social media, or lack of discipline as sources of common distractions, but what are the real issues? In a survey of 2,175 hiring and human resource managers released by CareerBuilder last month, the true sources of lost productivity on the job are revealed.

Are you ready for selfie security?

July 8th, 2015
Are you ready for selfie security?

A picture is worth a thousand words – and now a selfie may even be worth more. Later this year, MasterCard plans to jump into the facial recognition-based trend of online security with an app that allows users to verify online purchases with a selfie.