5 tips to market your business online

July 1st, 2015
5 tips to market your business online

Companies need to effectively advertise their products and services if they are to stay competitive in today’s market. But choosing the right marketing approach for your business is not easy, and you could end up spending more money on advertising that you actually make from it.

Productivity myths and fixes

June 30th, 2015
Productivity myths and fixes

Staying productive is crucial to keep up in today’s competitive business environment. But while it’s one thing to acknowledge the idea, actually keeping productivity high is another story entirely. And while you might seek expert advice, the truth is that a lot of it doesn’t in fact work.

Windows 10 waves goodbye to passwords

June 30th, 2015
Windows 10 waves goodbye to passwords

Are you the type of person who uses one master password for all your web logins, or do you have dozens of individual ones named after your favorite sport teams or muscle cars? Whichever you are, either scenario comes with drawbacks. Have only one password and you’re left feeling anxious it might get stolen.

July 29: Windows 10 arrives

June 29th, 2015
July 29: Windows 10 arrives

Following the let-down that was Windows 8, Microsoft is keen to impress – so much so that it’s skipped number 9 and jumped right to Windows 10. Now the new operating system’s release has been confirmed for July 29, and Windows-based small businesses are clamoring to try out its impressive new features.

4 data backup methods

June 29th, 2015
4 data backup methods

Data is essential for running an organization, and it is certainly the central component of any business continuity plan. Without immediate and constant access to data, your business will come to a grinding halt. Worse still, in the event of a disaster you could risk losing valuable data if you don’t have a backup strategy in place.

Why to switch to Microsoft’s new browser

June 23rd, 2015
Why to switch to Microsoft’s new browser

It’s time to roll over Google Chrome, Firefox and Opera. There’s a new browser in town, and it’s ready to make some noise. Its name is Edge, and Microsoft’s new wonder child is loaded with features that may just be set to revolutionize the way you browse the web.

Apple announces plenty at WWDC 2015

June 22nd, 2015

Hardware_Jun11_BApple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is the technology giant’s opportunity to announce its intentions in the coming months and years. It’s the time when the firm makes public the projects and releases it has in the pipeline, and it’s watched with anticipation by Apple fans across the globe.

Now everyone can fight email Clutter

June 18th, 2015
Now everyone can fight email Clutter

How many emails do you receive a day? And how many are of actual value to you or your business? In an internet-driven business environment, plenty of us feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of email we receive, and the amount of productive work time it takes us to deal with it all.

Little known tips to get the most out of Mac OS

June 11th, 2015
Little known tips to get the most out of Mac OS

If you’re like most people, you may not have time to search through the bowels of the Internet to find the shortcuts and tips that make it easier to use your Mac. You may think Macs are already so easy to use that you don’t even need shortcuts. But if a shortcut helps you save just five minutes a day – five days a week – that time quickly adds up.

Ensure your remote workers stay productive

June 3rd, 2015
Ensure your remote workers stay productive

Do you have a staff of young employees who are working remotely around the country? How do you know they’re staying productive and not watching YouTube videos all day? For employees who are undisciplined and new to the remote working world, working from home or a coffee shop can be a breeding ground for unproductivity.