Selecting a Wi-Fi router, much like selecting any other piece of equipment for your business, can be a complicated task. There are so many different models and manufacturers out there that it can be a chore to work out the best option for your business.
Regardless of what your business is, or where you are located, you may at some point face a disaster that affects your business operations. In order to make it through troubled waters without serious harm to your business you need to have a Disaster Recovery Plan in place.
Did you know that one of the most popular Web browsers – Firefox – had its 10th birthday in mid-November? To many business users, this essential browser has become a large part of their working lives and it is hard to imagine life without it. So, to celebrate this milestone, a new version of Firefox with two interesting new security-oriented features has been released.
Net Neutrality is one of the biggest tech-related issues currently making its way through the American Government. In mid-November President Obama made his stance on the issue known, while also introducing a plan for it and thereby bringing the subject to worldwide attention.
While there are many IT expenses business owners need to worry about, one of the biggest is usually software. In order to remain compliant and avoid potential legal disputes, businesses often invest heavily in software. If you have Microsoft software licenses, you may receive an email from the company asking you to audit these licenses.
Android users, especially business owners and managers who use Google Apps, often rely on Google Calendar as a handy tool to help ensure that they stay on schedule. With the recent new version of Android, 5.0. Google has released some updated versions of their mobile apps as well.
The discovery of the Heartbleed bug earlier this year was thought to be the biggest security issue of the year. While it has largely been dealt with, Microsoft has recently announced a similar and equally large potential threat. While details are fairly scarce, and there is a fix to avoid this issue, it is a threat all businesses with Windows Servers should be aware of.
You’ve heard it before, and will hear it again: In order to have an effective social media presence you need to be active on more than one network. Many businesses realize this fact and are active on networks such as Twitter. The problem with Twitter, however, is that it can be difficult to master.
The cell phone and tablets are quickly becoming the primary communication device for many individuals at home. In fact, in 2013 it was estimated that 2/5 households in the US use only mobile devices for calls. Cutting the landline is becomingly increasingly popular, and some business owners are considering switching over to a mobile only system entirely.
Last year saw a number of highly publicized security threats that many companies struggled to deal with. One of those was some nasty malware called Cryptolocker, which held your files for ransom. While this has now largely been dealt with, news is surfacing of a second version – called CryptoWall – that has begun to infect users.