Tag: Technology/Internet

30
Jan

How important is managing your IT assets?

If asset management was fun, everyone would be doing it. Managing inventories or counting stock on shelves is not that exciting. Neither is keeping track of your computer systems, software licenses and any other asset found on your computer network. We all know that it is important, especially tracking software compliances; but it never makes it to the top of

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14
Dec

How often do you test your Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Plan?

Any plan that is not tested is just a pile of paper. Many businesses across the region have yet to implement a business continuity and disaster recovery plan as part of their company planning. Some have a business plan, less have a marketing and sales plan and even fewer have a fully tested and proven…

12
Dec

Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for December 2012

  Issued: December 12, 2012  As your trusted Microsoft Partner, we would like to share these important security bulletins with you.  The information contained within these security bulletins is vital to maintaining a secure environment for both your computers and your network.  If you have any questions about the security of your business network, please…

4
Dec

The END is near for Windows XP

Are you still hanging onto Windows XP? If your business is like many across the country, Windows XP desktop computers are still widely used by the majority of your staff. Windows XP is perhaps Microsoft’s greatest success story. This legendary …

29
Nov

Some cool iPad apps for everyone

The amazing iPad comes with some standard apps and lots of new features. Once you open up a brand new iPad you will already have a number of pre-installed apps to play with. However, the real fun with your iPad …

27
Nov

Watch out for FAKE Apple Invoices

Scam Of The Week: Apple Invoices (Thanks Stu for keeping us aware) As predicted, holiday scams are at an all-time high. Here is the best example: fake Apple invoices being sent in high volume that claim you have been charged …

26
Nov

What does “Not Provided” mean in my Google Analytics?

We stumbled across this interesting article today and thought we share a portion of the information shared with our readers.  During our quarterly business reviews with our IT consulting clients we are often asked “what does NOT PROVIDED mean in …

26
Nov

What the experts say about Windows 8

We stumbled across this article today in ZDNet on what the experts are saying about Windows 8. It is interesting to see what long time users are saying about Windows 8 and what features they love and the items they miss.  These are real life Windows 8 stories.  These 6 users are using Windows 8…

26
Nov

A few expensive and collectible PCs

While many people would die for the latest laptops and tablets, there are a few people who would spend millions of dollars for an old PC that doesn’t even boot up. It might sound crazy but there are some collectors …

23
Nov

Facebook: Updates to Data Use Policy and Statement of Rights and Responsibilities

Facebook recently announced some proposed updates to our Data Use Policy, which explains how they collect and use data when people use Facebook, and their Statement of Rights and Responsibilities (SRR), which explains the terms governing use of their services. …

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