In today’s fast-paced business environment, business productivity has never been more imperative for keeping up with the competition and boosting opportunities to stay ahead. But the fact is that many of the tips you read about simply don’t work, and they could even make things worse by actually lowering your productivity.
Imagine a world where you no longer rely on passwords. What would it look like? Would there be flying cars speeding through the skies? Would there be robots serving you coffee in Starbucks? While these two changes are still probably decades away, a password-free world is not.
It’s finally here – the long-awaited release of the new Windows 10 operating system from Microsoft has been confirmed for July 29. The tech giant is skipping number 9, making this the latest release since Windows 8 failed to live up to expectations.
Data backup is one of the most important aspects of your company’s infrastructure. Without data availability, your business will come to a standstill. So it’s bizarre that most business owners fail to have a proper data backup strategy in place – and when disasters strike, it will be too late to act.
If you’re a Google Calendar user and you currently rely on the service’s text message notifications to keep your life in order, it’s time to start rethinking your scheduling habits – because Google is about to flick the power switch on those alerts for most users.
If you’re like most internet users, you probably use Google Chrome, Firefox or Opera as your web browser of choice. But later this year, there will be a new player in the game. It’s called Edge, and Microsoft’s technologically advanced wonder child may just be the browser of choice for the next generation.
What you need to know about DirSync - our experiences with DirSync and Office 365, by David Parizek and Henry Verlander.
DirSync can help simplify Active Directory users’ experiences with Office 365, and eliminate the need for multiple passwords without adding major infrastructure.
Email plays a huge part in the average day of the modern business person, but it’s easy to see how many of us get overloaded. The sheer number of messages we now receive through email is enough to prove a distraction from our real jobs. And for all the tips we might read on how to block out email-free periods of our day, or unsubscribe from unwanted newsletters, somehow the trash keeps coming.
With social media being such a big part of everyday life, it likewise plays a huge role in online marketing. There are many social platforms a business can use to reach out to audiences, but the one that stands out from the crowd is Facebook. Over the past few years, Facebook advertising has seen steady growth in revenue, thanks to its specific audience targeting methods that allow business owners to lower their new customer acquisition cost significantly.