Get your Chrome bookmarks in other browsers

August 26th, 2015
Get your Chrome bookmarks in other browsers

Even the most fanatical Google fan has cause to use browsers other than Chrome from time to time. After all, while Chrome might have crept a long way up the popularity scale, there are still alternatives out there – among them Firefox, Safari and even Internet Explorer.

Cortana is changing Windows 10

August 26th, 2015
Cortana is changing Windows 10

One of the most underrated aspects of Windows 10 is Cortana. This do-it-all personal assistant is going to revolutionize the way you use your computer. Cortana operates in the same manner as Siri and other digital voice assistants, but on your laptop or PC. We’ll dig a little deeper to show you how to set up Cortana and what you can do to maximize her uses.

How to prepare your business for VoIP

August 19th, 2015
How to prepare your business for VoIP

Businesses everywhere are embracing Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology to communicate more effectively with colleagues, clients, and suppliers. Do you have a VoIP phone system in place? When it comes to transitioning your business from traditional phone lines over to VoIP, preparation is vital to seamless and successful implementation.

Reduce the costs of your data center

August 12th, 2015
Reduce the costs of your data center

Data centers can be expensive, and they can suck up large amounts of energy fast. With that said, do you know how much yours is costing you every month? You may be afraid to find out the answer. Not to fear though, there are specific steps you can take to get your data center costs under control.

Office Mobile released for Windows 10

August 11th, 2015
Office Mobile released for Windows 10

Microsoft has released Office Mobile apps as part of the worldwide rollout of Windows 10. Tablet users with Windows 10 can enjoy free access to the mobile versions of Microsoft’s popular Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote applications. The mobile version of these applications is designed with a “touch-first’ interface to improve functionality for tablet users while providing all the Office features you would find on your desktop computer.

Challenges in implementing a BCP

August 10th, 2015
Challenges in implementing a BCP

Ensuring the implementation of effective business continuity planning (BCP) is an essential requirement for organizations today. Disasters strike at the most unexpected times and, when they do, you need to be prepared for the worst. While most organizations recognize the importance of BCP, their ability to execute a successful implementation is limited by certain challenges.

What to know about natural language tech

August 6th, 2015
What to know about natural language tech

Siri, Google Now and Cortana are just three examples of the growth in the use of artificial intelligence that has come about in recent years. They are powered by one element of artificial intelligence, known as Natural Language Processing (NLP). NLP involves a computer turning verbatim human language into useful analysis, and its role in the various devices we now use is increasing all the time.

Unveiling Nexus 9

August 6th, 2015
Unveiling Nexus 9

It’s been nearly five years since the very first Nexus was released; and now Google rolls out its latest tablet, the Nexus 9. With a much anticipated new Android OS, the Android 5.0 Lollipop, many are wondering if our first taste of it will be as sweet as it sounds, and if features in the Nexus 9 are worth the excitement.

Now two-factor authentication is easy

August 5th, 2015
Now two-factor authentication is easy

With cyber attacks becoming more and more common, using a single password to logon to online services is becoming a less effective security measure. Enter two-factor authentication. However, those who’ve used this security process know how much of a hassle it can be – adding additional time to every single login.

Introducing Windows build 10149

August 3rd, 2015
Introducing Windows build 10149

Just one week after its last early-build Windows Insider OS update, Microsoft rolls out yet another release, a preview to the Windows 10 dubbed the build 10149. And while there are rumors of Microsoft killing Windows Phone altogether, the build 10149 offers reassurance that won’t be happening anytime soon, if at all.