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Enterprises features in Windows 10 update

August 17th, 2017
Enterprises features in Windows 10 update

In Microsoft’s Fall Creators Update, Windows 10 business users can expect a better, more secure operating system. Since introducing new features to the OS in April, Microsoft is revising existing features and introducing new enhancements focused on collaboration, usability, and security.

It’s time to redefine the word “hacker”

August 16th, 2017
It’s time to redefine the word “hacker”

What do you call someone who hunts for security gaps in computer hardware and software? A hacker, right? What about someone who takes their findings to vendors to help them improve the quality of their products? There is more than one type of hacker, and understanding the difference is important.

Best Mac tips and features

August 15th, 2017
Best Mac tips and features

If you’re only using command + c, command + v, and command + q, you’re not enjoying the efficiency of a Mac to its full extent. Among the numerous shortcuts and hidden features Apple has introduced over the years, here are our top timesaving picks.

How to make the most of your CRM

August 11th, 2017
How to make the most of your CRM

Building a rapport with customers has never been easier with customer relationship management (CRM) software. You can track contact information, buying preferences, and sales patterns. It’s a must-have for all sales and marketing teams. But if this is the first time you’re using CRM software, try adopting the following best practices.

Speed up your cloud computing with Google

August 10th, 2017
Speed up your cloud computing with Google

Advancements in business IT have always been driven by a need to get more done, in less time. It used to be about how fast your employees’ computers were, but as more tasks are moved to the cloud, companies like Google are finding new ways to improve how those services are delivered.

Android opens up to Windows!

August 8th, 2017
Android opens up to Windows!

Whether for work or entertainment, we use our phones and our computers to spend time on websites daily. As such, Microsoft has revealed a new feature as part of its plan to bring Android phones into the world of Windows 10.

According to Gartner, Android operating systems held 81.7 percent of the worldwide smartphone market share in 2016. Windows PCs have a similarly robust 84 percent of the desktop operating system market share worldwide.

Citrix integrates with Google Cloud

August 4th, 2017
Citrix integrates with Google Cloud

With feature-rich cloud applications like Docs and Slides in G Suite, users can work whenever and wherever they want from any internet-connected device. To help businesses get more out of their cloud platform, Google announced that they are working with Citrix to run virtual desktops and applications in a cloud-hosted environment.

Showdown: Office 2016 vs. Office 365

August 2nd, 2017
Showdown: Office 2016 vs. Office 365

Understanding how Microsoft 2016 and Microsoft 365 differ and deciding which one is right for your business can be difficult. After all, they both have similar names and come with just about the same applications. So how do you tell the two apart? Read on.

Microsoft 365 is here!

August 1st, 2017
Microsoft 365 is here!

Are you bothered by the fact that Microsoft Office 365 and Windows 10 are sold separately? If that’s the case, you’re not the only one, and thankfully, Microsoft has devised a solution to streamline your operations. Here’s everything you need to know about Microsoft 365.

Microsoft 365 combines Office 365, Windows 10 and Enterprise Mobility + Security into one solution, which will be available in two plans: Microsoft 365 Business and Microsoft 365 Enterprise.

Healthcare field looks toward blockchain

July 31st, 2017
Healthcare field looks toward blockchain

Blockchain technology has significant implications for every industry, but healthcare is ideal for the increased security and efficiency that come with this new trend. Read on to ensure you’re prepared for what’s coming.

What is blockchain?

Although the technology was first associated with Bitcoin and other digital currencies, blockchain is not exclusive to the financial sector.