Essential Wi-Fi router features

November 25th, 2014
Essential Wi-Fi router features

There are a large number of pieces of equipment that businesses rely on in order to be able to operate, with one of the more common being the Wi-Fi router. Because so many businesses are going mobile, and using laptops more often, it is essential that these companies have strong wireless routers.

7 Useful Safari shortcuts

November 25th, 2014
7 Useful Safari shortcuts

As with previous releases of new versions of OS X, Apple has also introduced a number of updates of their other apps too, including Safari. The browser of choice for many Mac users, Safari has a number of features, including keyboard shortcuts, that make it quick and easy to use.

5 Real-world DR tips

November 25th, 2014
5 Real-world DR tips

Regardless of your business’s location and industry, there is always a chance that you may experience a disaster at any time. Be it man-made, or natural, any disaster, if not properly prepared for, could spell trouble for your company. That’s why a Disaster Recovery Plan is essential.

Net Neutrality – what is it?

November 21st, 2014
Net Neutrality – what is it?

Over the past few years there have been a number of issues and rulings made by various courts in the US regarding the overall freedom of the Internet and how it is to be managed. By now, many of us have heard of Net Neutrality, but it may seem like an issue that won’t affect small businesses.

Microsoft license audit emails

November 20th, 2014
Microsoft license audit emails

When it comes to IT, one of the largest expenses for many businesses is software. Some employees require the bare minimum, while others could need thousands of dollars worth of software. Businesses who have purchased licenses for Microsoft software may receive an email asking for a license audit.

Looking at the new Google Calendar

November 20th, 2014
Looking at the new Google Calendar

For users who have Google Apps and Android devices, Google Calendar is one of the more useful tools and app. With the recent update of Android 5.0, the tech company has been releasing updates to their mobile apps too. The latest app to get a makeover, with a new updated version, is Google Calendar and with it some great features have been introduced.

Microsoft patches new Windows Server bug

November 19th, 2014
Microsoft patches new Windows Server bug

Heartbleed has to be one of the biggest security issues of the year. While it has largely been dealt with via updates and new software, Microsoft has announced that a similar and equally large security threat is affecting nearly all servers running Windows Server.

Microsoft launches new Outlook for Mac

November 18th, 2014
Microsoft launches new Outlook for Mac

One of the more important selling points of an Office 365 plan is the fact that many subscriptions come with full versions of Office which are always the latest available. For Mac users however, updates are usually well behind the Windows versions. This is starting to change, as Microsoft has recently introduced a new version of Outlook for Mac users while also announcing a plan for new versions of other Office for Mac apps.

Should businesses go mobile only?

November 14th, 2014
Should businesses go mobile only?

A common trend in many households is the adoption of mobile devices as the main home phone. In fact, in 2013 it was estimated that almost 41% of households in the US were only using mobile devices. This number continues to grow as mobile devices continue to become more popular.

New security threat: CryptoWall

November 13th, 2014
New security threat: CryptoWall

In October of last year news broke about a new form of malware called Cryptolocker. This malware posed a particularly large threat to many business users and led to many quick and important security updates. Now, almost a year later, it appears that the second version of this – CryptoWall – has been released and is beginning to infect users.