One of the biggest hardware trends has to be interacting with touch, whether it’s with your tablet or computer, fridge or car navigation system. Touch screens are everywhere and becoming more popular with a multitude of different devices which require certain gestures to communicate.
Business Intelligence or BI applications are used by businesses from different fields for their information analysis. These tools help determine what individual businesses may be doing right or wrong, which can help them decide on the best path to take to reach their goals.
Microsoft Outlook is an application used for managing personal information including email, tasks, contacts, and calendars. It is one of the programs that is included when you install Microsoft Office on your computer. While Outlook has many useful features, one of the most useful is the ability to create new search folders which let you conveniently access priority emails.
It’s become almost mandatory that businesses have a Web presence, or at the very least a website. This is largely because many customers now base who they purchase from largely off of whether the company has a website and what information about them can be found online.
Any business that employs technology in any aspect will eventually begin to worry about how secure their systems are. In order to ensure security, many companies implement a security strategy. While these strategies are a great way to ensure the security of your business systems and data, there is one element that many business owners forget: The audit.
Whether you have a brick-and-mortar or Internet based business, you’ll surely need to print out some documents at one time or another. The question is, do you even have a printer? There are an increasing number of businesses who don’t. Considering how everything is setup on the Web nowadays, it kind of makes one wonder what type or printers are being used in the offices these days?
These three printers below are the most common printers found in offices these days.
Isn’t it disturbing how a disaster (whether man made or natural) can devastate your business? While disasters are inevitable, you can mitigate risks and lessen the damage to your business in the event of one through a DRP (Disaster Recovery Plan). While it may not seem important to some businesses, especially if yours has never been faced with a disaster, a DRP would be a good idea.
Considering the massive amounts of data that business owners and managers need to handle in order to keep their companies operational and make important decisions, utilizing DaaS (Data-as-a-Service) has never been more valuable. If you aren’t familiar with what DaaS is and what it can do for you and your business, then this article will shed a little light on the concept.