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Technology Policies All Businesses Should Have

You own a business and your business uses computers and the Internet. Do you regulate how your employees use their work computers? Should you? Can you? The answers to these questions are ...

Should Your Business Migrate to Office 365?

If you want to use your IT staff most effectively, sooner rather than later you should be considering a move to the cloud with Office 365. Smaller businesses in particular can really ...

Security Risks When Using Android

Many SMBs and corporations have shied away from allowing or using Android devices in the workplace because of possible security risks. Most of the security risks involved are related to the open ...

How You Can Prevent Data Loss

With the growing amount of data which every company generates today, most of which is being saved on computers, on servers and in the cloud, it’s no wonder you may be concerned ...

Is It Time to Upgrade or Replace Your Storage System?

The potential for a system failure of a business’s digital storage system weighs heavily on many IT professionals. Your data storage system is vulnerable to a number of different disasters, ranging from ...

Are Regulations Needed For The New Wave Of Health Apps?

There was a time when all your phone did was make calls, but it today’s world it is so much more. Smartphones let text, send email, surf the web, play games and ...

The Dangers of Auto-Updating Software

In a business IT environment, the issue of software upgrades is far more important than for virtually every consumer. There are many reasons for this. One is simply the sheer number of ...

The Benefits of a Customer Relation Management System

Customer relations is one of the most important aspects of a business in the global marketplace. Even on a local scale, the difference between wooing local customers and having them go to ...

Potential Pitfalls of Cloud Computing

Many small businesses have discovered the use of cloud computing, which refers to the use of off-site servers to store data, as opposed to just having it on your own computer’s hard ...

Find Friends (And Customers) With Geolocation

Geolocation refers to the process of determining the location of a computer, a piece of networking equipment or a device. It usually uses Global Position Satellites (GPS) in order to determine the ...

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