We all know mobile is big – and still growing. Any business serious about leveraging the internet in its marketing efforts – whether that be through social media or otherwise – needs to be putting serious effort into the mobile compatibility of its campaigns.
Windows 8 was a disappointment. The user interface was too complex for general users and many critics were not impressed with Windows 8’s features. And so Microsoft plans to leave the Windows 8 blunder behind and move on to Windows 10. Numerous changes have been made and new features added to Microsoft’s new flagship operating system.
While many IT providers often tout the revolutionary benefits of the cloud, very few address the security aspect of it. But the fact of the matter is that when you’re using a cloud service, you’re moving information out of your hands and into those of a third party.
Mobile phones, also referred to as cell phones have become one of the most critical devices for ensuring that people stay connected with one another, whether personally or professionally. How well do you know the history of what’s in your pocket? Here are a few questions to find out if you are as smart as you think.
It has surely been a long time coming, and now it is official – the days of advertising-free conversations on Facebook Messenger are numbered. The social networking giant has confirmed that its private messaging service, a recent addition to its suite as a standalone app, is to become supported by advertising.
While folks on iOS limit themselves to friendship with Siri and Windows Phone users make do with Cortana, greater support on Android for the Google Now digital assistant means it’s becoming possible for you to achieve even more on your Android tablet with reduced effort.
WhatsApp has quickly become the world’s leading mobile instant messaging app. Launched in 2009, the service now boasts over 700 million active monthly users, and has hopes to increase that to a billion. But one feature that WhatsApp enthusiasts have been hoping for some time is the ability to use the system to chat on desktop and laptop devices.
We have been searching long and hard to find the best of the best to join our elite team of network engineers. Someone who knows how to balance top level skill with top level client service. We have received floods of applicants and have gone through several full waves of testing, interviews and evaluations only to start all over again several times.
It’s late afternoon – you’re working on your desktop computer, providing live support to one of your clients. Suddenly your screen goes black and your Internet connection drops. Too bad your IT department announces that it will take several hours to restore power.