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One of the hottest tech debates of the past couple of years is whether the cloud is a viable solution for businesses. For those business owners who have deemed that the cloud is a viable solution for their business, the first question they often ask is what workload, or existing system, should they move to the cloud.
It has become somewhat of a tradition for the big tech companies to hold an annual conference where they talk about trends and products the company is working on. For Google, this is I/O, which is held annually at the end of May or June. This year, it was held on June 25 and 26, and as usual, Google has some big announcements that business owners will be interested to know about.
Last month, in the first part of our article about how to successfully share content on social media we covered five tips to follow. From writing longer content, to using images, and playing on specific emotions we highlighted some great information that can really help get your content shared.
Each year, usually in late May or June, Google holds I/O, their annual developers’ conference. At this conference, Google highlights what they are working on and what you can expect from the tech giant in the coming months. This year’s I/O was held on June 25 and 26, and at the keynote the company talked at great length about their upcoming version of Android.
Google Docs is becoming an increasingly popular tool for many business users, especially due to the fact that the solution offers a powerful suite of productivity apps like Docs and Slides. Earlier this year, these apps went mobile, with Google releasing standalone mobile versions of Docs and Sheets.
Microsoft’s operating systems (OS) have seen additions of several highly useful features throughout the evolution cycle of the OS. The hibernation feature, first introduced with Windows XP, is a solid example of one of the most useful power features.
LinkedIn, while lacking some of the clout of Facebook, is still one of the most powerful social networks for business owners and managers who want to connect with their peers. Like many other networks however, in order to be noticed you should not only simply have a profile, but create one that is strong.
Microsoft’s cloud-based Office 365 is quickly becoming the go-to solution for many business owners looking for a familiar yet feature rich office suite. The great thing about Office 365 is that there are almost always updates being introduced that you don’t have to buy or even install.