VR tech helps promote business growth

September 30th, 2016
VR tech helps promote business growth

It’s been reported that Facebook is about to ship out its Oculus virtual reality headsets, and Google has its own version in the works. By taking all of this into consideration, it’s safe to say that the VR landscape is about to experience growth — and small- and medium-sized businesses should take advantage of this three-dimensional shift.

Office 365 allows guests to collaborate

September 29th, 2016
Office 365 allows guests to collaborate

Office 365 is constantly evolving. What started as an online extension of Microsoft’s flagship productivity suite has evolved into one of the best pieces of cloud software currently on the market. Last month we saw the next stage in that evolution, and it came in the form of allowing guests to collaborate on your 365 projects.

Increased storage at lower prices for iPads

September 28th, 2016
Increased storage at lower prices for iPads

Those considering purchasing a new iPad may have been nudged a little closer to doing so by Apple’s most recent keynote. The new iPads now have more storage while retaining the price point of their smaller predecessors. If you’re looking for more information on all of the storage and price announcements for Apple’s flagship tablet, we’ve got all the details right here.

Huawei to make Google’s new Android tablet

September 27th, 2016
Huawei to make Google’s new Android tablet

Although Apple gets all the attention, Android tablets have plenty of loyal fans to keep the gossip mill running. The most recent of these suggests that Google may be bringing back one of its most revered devices: the Nexus tablet. With a rumor that Google and Huawei will be collaborating to make this happen, we couldn’t be more excited.

The next big thing in endpoint security

September 26th, 2016
The next big thing in endpoint security

As virtualization becomes a household name for small- and medium-sized business owners, more and more services are being introduced. Hardware virtualization, storage virtualization, and even network virtualization all aim to capitalize on the trend of creating virtual versions of physical technology.

Tame Windows 10 notifications in 3 steps

September 23rd, 2016
Tame Windows 10 notifications in 3 steps

Microsoft has equipped Windows 10 users with a comprehensive set of tools to get their action center settings under control — even if most users don’t know it. Unfortunately, most desktops are coming with more software and features that result in more notifications, without ever providing users the opportunity to personalize their desktop and get the stream of information under control.

9 cybersecurity terms everyone must know

September 21st, 2016
9 cybersecurity terms everyone must know

Everyone, from doctors to lawyers, needs to continue learning to stay ahead of the times. Business owners might have it worst of all, oftentimes needing to stay on top of several industries to keep their company running. Keep reading for a refresher on all the latest trends and buzzwords used in the cybersecurity sector.

The coolest Chrome feature no one knows about

September 16th, 2016
The coolest Chrome feature no one knows about

Everything is wirelessly connected nowadays. If you can purchase a refrigerator that sends you a message when your vegetables are going bad, why can’t you stream the audio and video of your phone or desktop to your TV? It turns out you can, and Google just made it a whole lot easier.

How to avoid your own Delta IT disaster

September 14th, 2016
How to avoid your own Delta IT disaster

Earlier this year, thousands of Delta passengers worldwide were grounded due to a power outage that halted critical IT operations. This was a huge problem not only for the many delayed travelers, but also for the airline company itself. Within three days, the airline company cancelled around 2300 flights and paid over millions of dollars in downtime costs.

Master your next Powerpoint presentation

September 13th, 2016
Master your next Powerpoint presentation

Back in the prehistoric ages, Neanderthals resorted to cave drawings to tell bedtime stories or to announce marriages. Microsoft PowerPoint is the modern-day equivalent of cave art; the objective remains unchanged, but its efficiency can be questionable.