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Best apps for iPhone’s address book

August 20th, 2014
Best apps for iPhone’s address book

For many years people have been turning to their smartphones, like the iPhone, to store important contact information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses. But the fact is, people move and change their numbers all the time. Relying solely on your smartphone as a memory bank for your contacts can be risky – you could lose it all if your phone breaks or gets stolen too.

Saving Facebook content to read later

August 19th, 2014
Saving Facebook content to read later

Since its release, Facebook has gone from a college-only network to international site that connects millions of people. With more than half of adult users having more than 200 friends on average, our News Feeds have become a highly congested and constantly changing collage of stories and posts.

Finding installed apps on your iPad

August 14th, 2014
Finding installed apps on your iPad

Apple prides itself on producing products and systems that simply work. This has proven to be a successful concept, as is evident with the sheer number of Apple products out there. The iPad, for example, is arguably the most popular, and useful, tablet with many business owners and managers owning one.

Looking at Google Work for Android

August 13th, 2014
Looking at Google Work for Android

Google’s mobile operating system Android has become one of the most popular systems installed on phones. While the system is feature heavy, many businesses are wary about the overall openness of the system. Earlier this year, Google announced the next version of Android – Android L – which will have a number of business-specific features called Android Work.

Add headers and footers in Excel

August 13th, 2014
Add headers and footers in Excel

Most business users are familiar with using work applications like Microsoft Excel. While Excel creates charts and tables to make information easier to read, there’s a function that most users tend to forget, or are unaware of – headers and footers.

5 common security breaches

August 7th, 2014
5 common security breaches

These days, the security of various technology based systems is constantly being called into question. From attacks on mobile devices to ever increasing types of malware, many businesses are struggling to stay on top of their security. One of the best ways to help ensure your systems are secure is to be aware of common security issues.

Extend the life of your laptop battery

August 7th, 2014
Extend the life of your laptop battery

Laptops are one of the most useful tools at a business owner’s disposal. These highly mobile devices allow you to take your work out of the office, or even just away from your desk. However, mobile as they are they still rely on batteries. The problem with some laptops however is that batteries don’t last overly long, and there may be times when you aren’t near a power source and find your battery running low.

8 tips for backing up your data – Part 2

August 6th, 2014
8 tips for backing up your data – Part 2

Many businesses are constantly facing a potential disaster. It could be a major fire that wipes out your business, or something as simple as accidentally deleting an important spreadsheet. Regardless of the severity of the potential disaster, businesses need to be prepared and one of the best ways to prepare is to back up your data.

Test OS X Yosemite before it comes out

August 6th, 2014
Test OS X Yosemite before it comes out

Earlier this year, Apple announced that they would be releasing the newest version of their popular operating system OS X. This latest version, code named Yosemite, brings a number of new features and changes and is slated to be released in the fall.

Debunking three ICD-10 myths

August 5th, 2014
Debunking three ICD-10 myths

As we move toward the October 2015 compliance deadline for ICD-10, the Journal of AHIMA has tackled three misconceptions about the new coding system.

ICD-9 isn’t so bad. In reality, ICD-9 is obsolete, and the longer it is in use, the more the quality of health-care data will decline, leading to faulty decisions based on inaccurate or imprecise data.