Remote workers are changing the way that both employees and their employers are viewing their workspace. It’s been proven that businesses can mitigate their overhead costs and increase their employee retention rate by allowing their team to work from home, but without the proper technology, they have no chance of being as productive as they can be if they were in the office.
When it comes to your business' backup, you have a ton of options, but how much thought have you honestly put into it?
It’s naturally one of the most imperative parts of your entire IT infrastructure, so you want to pay particularly close attention to how you are storing and receiving your data in the event of a disaster. Most companies simply don't have a process for choosing a backup solution. Here is a simple way to figure out the most important aspects of a proper backup system.
The cloud is a fantastic addition to the business environment that can aid your organization in achieving great things with your technology, but some professionals still feel that the cloud isn’t as secure as it needs to be, especially in light of the incredible number of threats loose on the Internet. However, contrary to popular belief, the cloud is a very effective way of storing data, particularly for your business’s data backups.
The CryptoLocker virus is a piece of ransomware that began attacking computers via the Internet starting back in 2013 and has grown to become one of the world's fastest spreading and most dangerous types of malware. If your business isn't prepared for CryptoLocker, then your company's data is at serious risk.
Today, having a strong WiFi signal is critical. You need a reliable signal for every part of your home, office, and even outside the building.
Is your wireless signal strong in some areas and spotty in others?
Would your life be immensely easier if your signal extended for just one or two more rooms?
For this week’s tip, here’s how you can extend your WiFi signal.
Smartphones may have been some of the first Internet-connected mobile devices, but they are still as vulnerable to attack as ever. This is especially true for those who forsake any sort of mobile device security policy. With modern businesses utilizing mobile devices, it’s more important now than ever before to have solid security practices in place.
Just months after releasing their newest operating system, Windows 10, Microsoft is now updating the world’s most popular productivity software. Office 2016 makes several improvements over the Office 2013 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and the other applications that businesses from all over the world rely on to stay productive. The software, which focuses on making productivity and cooperation possible, has gotten a substantial upgrade in collaborative features.
Are you experiencing performance issues with your computer network?
Microsoft’s latest PC operating system arrived with fanfare yesterday, and has received overwhelmingly positive reviews so far, but is it ready for your business? Let’s take it for a spin and find out.