Spend even a small amount of time looking at the various massive malware threats out there and you will find that security experts are usually able to figure out who developed it, the intended targets, and where it is most prevalent. In early November, news broke about a mystery security threat called Regin that has been around for years, but which experts seem to know comparatively little about.
With the festive season in full swing, this year, as in recent years, one of the most popular gifts will be the tablet. If you are considering giving a tablet as a present this season, and more specifically an Android tablet, you will quickly find that the selection is overwhelming.
Businesses who subscribe to Microsoft Office 365 gain access to a number of programs, one of which is OneDrive for Business. At first glance, this would appear to be the same as the OneDrive that personal users also access. However, despite sharing the same name, they are two different programs.
It has become pretty much essential that most businesses now have an online presence. While a simple website used to suffice, the new requirement is that you need to be easily found by existing and potential customers. One of the easiest ways to ensure this is to “Get on Google”. The question however is: How do you do this? To help make things easier, why not use Google’s Google My Business?
What is Google My Business?
If you have used Google for even a short while you will know that there are numerous ways you can find and search for a business.
As a business owner you must be constantly aware of threats to your business. One of the best ways to mitigate many of these dangers is to develop and implement a Disaster Recovery Plan. In order to help ensure that your business is ready to recover from any disaster, here are five real-world tips that can help see you through.
On November 10, one of the world’s most popular browsers celebrated its 10th birthday. It’s hard to believe that Firefox is only 10, largely because it has become such an integral part of business life that it’s difficult to imagine a time when it wasn’t around.
In many western countries we are blessed with a free and open Internet, but in the US there is a battle currently raging over the idea of Net Neutrality. Chances are high that you will have heard this term thrown around by various experts and media outlets.
One of the biggest IT expenses for many small businesses is software. Some companies require thousands of dollars of software, which can quickly compound when you hire new employees. Businesses who have purchased Microsoft software may soon be receiving a letter from the tech giant asking for a systems audit.
For many business owners with Android devices, Google’s Calendar app is one of the most useful to have installed. With the update to Android 5.0, the company has also been updating their apps to make them not only look better, but more useful too.