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Better emails with the PAR structure

December 12th, 2014
Better emails with the PAR structure

Email has become the main form of communication for many businesses. When first launched, many people treated email as simply an electronic version of company memos and letters and therefore created and styled them as such. Over time, email has become much more informal, and while this is great it can lead to problems in overall clarity of communication.

5 Free or affordable business platforms

December 11th, 2014
5 Free or affordable business platforms

The holiday season can be stressful and expensive for everyone, employees and business owners alike. While it is great to start a new year, it can be tough to justify or find the funds for new expenses, even if there is a real need. Instead, you may want to look for cost saving tools that can help improve business operations for less.

Is your VoIP holiday season ready?

December 11th, 2014
Is your VoIP holiday season ready?

It’s the holiday season, and regardless of the industry you work in, or where you are located, there is a good chance that during this busy time your phone systems will see an increased load. It seems that as the year comes to a close people want to communicate more, and so you need to ensure that your VoIP systems can handle the increased volume.

Setting your iPhone to Do Not Disturb

December 10th, 2014
Setting your iPhone to Do Not Disturb

If you have an iPhone that you use for business it can be tempting to be constantly connected, after all, the device and various apps are designed to give users the ability to do almost anything. While this is great for business, it may not be ideal for a healthy work-life balance or if you really need to concentrate on a specific task.

New work-oriented Facebook coming soon

December 9th, 2014
New work-oriented Facebook coming soon

At work, the Internet is both a great tool that enables more efficient work and a massive distraction to many, especially those who are active on social media. Check with any employee and you can probably guarantee that they have accessed Facebook while at work.

Deauthorizing iPads via iTunes

December 3rd, 2014
Deauthorizing iPads via iTunes

As we enter the holiday season, there is a good chance that many iPads will be given as gifts from loved ones and even from companies. While these devices do make great presents, if you receive one but already have your own device, then you will need to know how to authorize it on iTunes.

Regin – how bad is it?

December 3rd, 2014
Regin – how bad is it?

Spend even a small amount of time looking at the various massive malware threats out there and you will find that security experts are usually able to figure out who developed it, the intended targets, and where it is most prevalent. In early November, news broke about a mystery security threat called Regin that has been around for years, but which experts seem to know comparatively little about.

The Android tablet gift guide

December 3rd, 2014
The Android tablet gift guide

With the festive season in full swing, this year, as in recent years, one of the most popular gifts will be the tablet. If you are considering giving a tablet as a present this season, and more specifically an Android tablet, you will quickly find that the selection is overwhelming.

A hacker’s paradise

December 3rd, 2014
A hacker’s paradise

You may not want to rely on the Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) app approval system: Roughly 90 percent of Android health-care apps have been hacked, and 22 percent of them were FDA-approved. That information comes from the latest State of Mobile App Security report from Arxan Technologies, which attributed the high rate to a lack of information, security training and resources in the health-care field.

Wi-Fi router features for the office

November 25th, 2014
Wi-Fi router features for the office

There are many different pieces of technical equipment most businesses need in order to operate successfully, with one of the most essential being the wireless router. Routers allow one network connection to essentially be split into many and then shared by different users and devices, often over a Wi-Fi connection.