Are you tired of hearing all the hype about the Cloud revolution? Do you just want to know what the deal is with this IT service? Will it really help your business gain profit and increase efficiency? If you’re sick of all the fluff surrounding Cloud Computing, read on.
Technology is having an enormous impact on business. No matter what industry you work in, it is important to implement the right tools to support your business strategy and growth. But in this ever-changing world, technology is always on the move. That’s why a business owner like you should always be on the lookout for new technology trends to adapt to your needs.
You’ve been waffling around on social media for months, hoping to get that increased spike in business you’ve heard rumors about. But after storming out of the gates, signing up for Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin and others, you’ve seen little by way of results – and have less than a few hundred social media followers to show for it.
Whatever services and systems we use to share, store or transfer personal and business information online, we want the reassurance that our data is safe and that everything possible is done to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands. But we also know that security breaches happen, as they did with the large-scale celebrity photo leaks in 2014. Since then, Apple platforms in particular have been prevalent in discussions about the security of such platforms – but Apple is now seeking to bolster its security defenses with the launch of a two-step authentication feature for the FaceTime and iMessage applications.
Are you prepared for when the unexpected strikes? According to the Institute for Business and Home Safety, approximately 25 percent of businesses don’t reopen following a major disaster. The truth is that disasters happen every day, regardless of location or business size – simply switch on the news for proof.
Long gone are the days when the only photos you would see on your Facebook page were snaps of weddings, holidays and the like. Now, alongside countless selfies in unremarkable situations and obligatory dish-pics of restaurant foods, we are blessed with the meme.
In this era of ever-present technology, mobile phones are among one of the most frequently used devices for Internet access. They’ve changed the way most people live; gone are hardcover books, in are eBooks, no more paper money, it’s PayPal all the way.
Microsoft has just upped the ante on its data analyst products. The company recently announced that it will now be offering its Power BI product for free. It’s clear that Microsoft doesn’t want Excel to define the company in terms of data analysis.
Internet browsing is a piece of cake, thanks to the many browsers available for every level of user. Basic users generally surf the Internet to chat with friends or to look up information for personal reasons. Advanced users, on the other hand, might prefer a technical tool to make browsing even more convenient.
Think your security is taken care of with a frequent anti-virus scan? Think again. While we’ve all become used to the idea that viruses, worms and other malware – however much disruption and damage they cause to our systems – can be detected and removed thanks to the tracks they leave as they create havoc, that’s no longer something to count on.