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5 reasons why you should switch to HaaS

July 28th, 2016
5 reasons why you should switch to HaaS

Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS) is not a new concept, it’s an old wine in a new bottle. Similar to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), where you pay a monthly fee to a service provider in order to use a piece of software, HaaS lets you do the same and saves you from the nuisance of all the hardware upgrades, maintenance, and management.

8 hidden upgraded Firefox functions

July 27th, 2016
8 hidden upgraded Firefox functions

Bouncing back from a short hiatus, Firefox returned with a bang by snatching the PCMag Editors’ Choice award for best browser. With a plethora of upgrades coupled with its nifty new layout, Firefox was poised for victory. While all browsers share some functional similarities — security and accessibility, for example — certain characteristics and functions make each one unique.

5 tips for cashing in on tech trends

July 26th, 2016
5 tips for cashing in on tech trends

More money on less investment, that’s the dream, right? Well, counterintuitive as it may seem, flash-in-the-pan tech fads and trends may be just the way to achieve that. With the right tools, you can associate your SMB with popular new technologies without much investment.

Diagnosing VoIP call-quality problems

July 25th, 2016
Diagnosing VoIP call-quality problems

To VoIP, or not to VoIP, that is the question that many small- and medium-sized businesses have been asking. And with good reason, since placing calls over the internet with a “Voice over IP” system is an increasingly viable option for SMBs given the robust features, ease of use, and cost savings.

Salesforce-Outlook add-on announced

July 22nd, 2016
Salesforce-Outlook add-on announced

According to Salesforce, an average sales rep spends more than 70 percent of their time each week in their email inbox. Despite this fact, email and customer relationship management (CRM) software has remained separate, forcing sales reps to toggle between them.

Do you speak “Data”?

July 20th, 2016
Do you speak “Data”?

Quick, what’s the most important thing about your business’s precious data? Besides knowing how to back it up properly and protect it from catastrophic loss, how about understanding all the lingo used to describe it? The term “big data” – in reference to large, complex data sets – is a well-known buzzword these days, but a slew of new “data” terms are in style now, too.

Printing from Android device made possible

July 19th, 2016
Printing from Android device made possible

Although a paperless office may seem ideal, there is something indispensable about paper copies that a computer or tablet screen cannot replace. The same goes for photos — what could be better than having your favorite pictures printed and framed on the wall for all to see? With the tips in this article you’ll be able to print out what you need, while keeping the rest as electronic files for convenience’s sake.

7 things every Windows 10 user should know

July 18th, 2016
7 things every Windows 10 user should know

Windows 10 stands tall as Microsoft’s best operating system release to date, hands down. But having undergone serious revamping, the OS is ready to rock and scroll. Boasting a myriad of new features, the updated Windows 10 is both efficient and effortless — fully capable of redefining your computing experience for good.

How hi-tech can healthcare get?

July 15th, 2016
How hi-tech can healthcare get?

The mere mention of the word “technology” elicits a certain expectation. Namely, that we’re dealing with something that’s modern, and new, and has the potential to change our lives. The word “disruptive” is also indicative of change, so a term like “disruptive technology” may seem redundant.

5 simple but manageable security measures

July 14th, 2016
5 simple but manageable security measures

Don’t be put off by the tech jargon of security experts you find in forums and self-help books. A managed service provider is what you need to break down complex security ideas into easy-to-understand language. However, they generally focus on installing and managing protection software that’s often far too complicated to operate without their help.