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How to verify Android apps

April 25th, 2014

AndroidTablet_Apr22_AWhen compared to desktop machines or even laptops, tablets like those running Android have the advantage of great mobility and ease of use, which is why they’ve become the ultimate convenience over the last few years. And because more and more people have come to rely on them for work and communications, the security of tablets has become an increasing concern.

How to multitask on iOS

April 24th, 2014

iPad_April22_AMultitasking is a feature that was made available on the release of iOS 4. Newer iOS versions still have it including the latest one which is iOS 7. It lets you open multiple apps at the same time, which is something that older iOS versions did not support.

Advanced Research pane in Office 2013

April 23rd, 2014

Office_Apr22_AMicrosoft Office 2013 is the latest version of Office that was released just last year. It offers more features than the older versions and it also gives access to online Office applications. More formats are supported and it offers integration to various web based services including Flickr, Skype, Hotmail and SkyDrive.

How to customize your LinkedIn URL

April 23rd, 2014

SocialMedia_Apr22_ALinkedIn is a site that lets you connect with other professionals. It is great for employers, employees and job seekers who would like to network and make get work leads. Employers can post jobs, as well as find people that fit vacancies through the site.

5 Tips on how to speed up a slow PC!

April 22nd, 2014

Hardware_April21_AIt’s critical that your computer is in good condition if you ever want to ensure that your work isn’t disrupted. Considering how there are several issues that can cause your computer to slow down (virus infection and low memory among many others), there are several ways to counter or downright fix these issues to make your system run faster.

What is a business continuity plan?

April 22nd, 2014

BCP_Apr21_ADisaster can strike at any time. And when it does, it may cripple your business operations, unless you have a business continuity plan (BCP) ready. It’s different from a disaster recovery plan (DCP), though the latter is a part of a BCP. DCP only focuses on the recovery of the organization’s IT assets, while BCP ensures that the business continues its operations in general.

4 best free business Mac apps

April 21st, 2014

OSX_April21_AMac computers are known for their security and stability. This is why many business owners choose to use them in the office. While there were only limited apps available for Macs in the past, more and more applications are being created specifically for Mac users to enjoy.

What to do about Windows XP

April 21st, 2014

Windows_Jan21_AMany people, business owners included, believe that Microsoft’s operating system XP is one of the best systems out there. As such, they are still using this in their businesses and homes, and intend to do so for the foreseeable future. The problem with this however, especially for businesses, is that Microsoft is no longer supporting XP, which could mean important data and systems are at risk.

What you need to know about Heartbleed

April 11th, 2014

Security_Apr11_AThe security of systems like servers and computers that connect to the Internet should be one of utmost importance for business owners and managers. However, there are always security flaws being exposed which could expose your systems and data to malicious hackers, who could really endanger your business.

20 popular Web designer terms

April 10th, 2014

BusinessValue_Apr07_ABusiness owners often have more than one role, overseeing many different aspects of the day-to-day operations at once. A possible problem that can arise though is that they may not be experts in every area which can cause confusion or issues. Take for example Web design – business owners might know what they want their pages to look like, but lack the ability to effectively communicate their ideas to Web designers.