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10 tips to get more out of Twitter

10 tips to get more out of Twitter

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.

New Outlook for Mac launched

New Outlook for Mac launched

An increasingly large number of businesses are integrating Office 365 and Macs into their offices. One issue with this however is that Office for Mac usually lags behind, version wise, when it comes to Office. This is starting to change though, as Microsoft has recently introduced a new version of Outlook for Mac and a roadmap as to when we will see new versions of other Office for Mac programs introduced.

CryptoWall – the next security threat

CryptoWall – the next security threat

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.

Overview of the Air 2 and mini 3

November 5th, 2014 iPad
Overview of the Air 2 and mini 3

Apple usually prefers to launch new or updated mobile products with a flashy press conference and unveiling. They did this with the recent release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but oddly enough they didn’t do it when they announced two new iPads – the iPad mini 3 and the iPad Air 2. If you are looking for a new iPad, here is an overview of these two new devices.

5 questions to ask about OWA

5 questions to ask about OWA

Office 365 for businesses offers a wide variety of plans with different options. Some include full versions of Office 2013, while others have just browser-based Office Web Apps (OWA). When looking for an Office 365 plan, it can be confusing as to whether OWA will be enough, or whether you will need the full version of Office 2013. To help you decide, here are five questions you can ask yourself.

5 Online security tips

5 Online security tips

Any business with Internet-based systems should be taking the appropriate steps to ensure that their activities and information are secure from the ever-expanding number of online threats. This can be tough, especially for businesses who operate almost exclusively online.

5 Tips for new BCP technology

5 Tips for new BCP technology

Businesses of all sizes should take the time to implement business continuity plans if they want their business to survive a potential disaster. In order to do this, you need technology to support your plans. Even businesses with plans in place need to replace their technology eventually.

Looking at OS X Yosemite

Looking at OS X Yosemite

Earlier this year Apple introduced OS X Yosemite, the next version of their popular desktop operating system. In mid-October the company released Yosemite into the wild, and with it comes a wide number of updates and features that business users will benefit from.

Social media content to share

Social media content to share

Social media, for many companies, has become an integral part of their overall marketing strategy. In order to be successful with your social marketing initiatives, you need to develop content that users will share. This is easier said than done though, especially when it comes to selecting the type of content to develop.

Avoiding Office 365 migration failure

Avoiding Office 365 migration failure

Office 365, the cloud-based version of Office, is quickly becoming one of the most popular software suites used by small and medium businesses. With an ever increasing number of businesses migrating to this solution, it is not surprising that so many businesses consider making the move.