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Control your phone with your eyes

April 10th, 2015
Control your phone with your eyes

We’ve all become accustomed to controlling our touchscreen smart phones with our fingers. It is something which just a few years ago seemed unthinkable, as we were grappling with now ancient looking Nokia models. Now the next revolution is on the way – Samsung has recently patented new technology that, if it comes to fruition, will see your phone respond to eye movement as a way of controlling what it does.

Windows 10 web browser features revealed

April 9th, 2015
Windows 10 web browser features revealed

If Google Chrome, Firefox and Opera were at a cocktail party, Internet Explorer would probably be the butt of all their jokes. That’s not to say Internet Explorer never served a purpose, but it clearly has not kept up with the likes of today’s modern browsers.

3 productivity questions you need to ask

April 8th, 2015
3 productivity questions you need to ask

Most of us have this fantasy that technology is going to make everything better automatically. But is that really true? When you stop and take a moment to reflect, does checking your email ten times a day, keeping your break/fix contractor on speed dial, or purchasing yet another workflow app really make your business more productive? The easy answer to these questions is almost certainly no.

Why businesses should opt for CRM

April 7th, 2015
Why businesses should opt for CRM

However good you are at running your business, you’ll not get very far without a steady stream of customers. So you need to look after them. One of the factors that differentiates good companies from great ones is customer relationship management, commonly known as CRM. Over the past few years, thanks to the huge growth in online reviews and social media, customers’ expectations have changed, meaning people now have more power and businesses need to adapt accordingly to respond to customer demand.

4 disaster protection tips for your business

April 6th, 2015
4 disaster protection tips for your business

As a business owner you put everything into its success – your time, skills, and financial resources. With that in mind, you should take important steps to secure your business in the event of a disaster. Disasters, whether in the form of floods or IT system failures, compromise your company’s hard-earned reputation and client trust.

Beware a drop in your Facebook page likes

April 2nd, 2015
Beware a drop in your Facebook page likes

For businesses using Facebook to promote themselves locally, nationally or even globally, your page like count is pretty much the holy grail. It’s arguably the most important metric you can use to get a handle on the reach of your posts and the effectiveness of, and return on investment, from your Facebook marketing efforts.

What to do when your PC abruptly slows down

April 2nd, 2015
What to do when your PC abruptly slows down

You just got back from lunch and are settling down into your office chair. You open up your planner to check your schedule, and then wake your PC from sleep. Time to check emails. But wait, something’s wrong. You’re…waiting. Your computer is moving as slow as a brontosaurus and the problem appears to go deeper than internet speed.

Finally, Google Calendar for iPhone

April 1st, 2015
Finally, Google Calendar for iPhone

iPhone users around the world rejoice – your busy life can now be kept in order on your favorite smartphone, as Google has finally unveiled the long absent Calendar app for Apple fans. There will be no more trying to half-heartedly integrate the features of Google Calendar with your iPhone’s in-built scheduling tools.

Securing your email account

April 1st, 2015
Securing your email account

In today’s technology-driven world, everyone uses email as the central hub for their personal internet activities, whether it’s communication, forum registration or newsletter signups. Email is one of the most useful tools the internet has made possible.

New MacBook 2015 is coming

March 27th, 2015
New MacBook 2015 is coming

Apple announced the release of an all-new MacBook at its Spring Forward Apple Watch event earlier this month. This latest innovation in the MacBook family is simply named the New MacBook, creating a new product line alongside the existing MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.