Earlier this year, Microsoft introduced Office for the iPad. These apps are touch-optimized versions of the popular Office programs. They enable users to access, edit, share, and create various Office files. From Excel to Powerpoint and Word, the major apps are all represented, and are fully featured if you have Office 365. In an effort to enhance the functionality of Office on the iPad, Microsoft has recently released a number of updates specifically for Excel and PowerPoint.
A large percentage of business these days is carried out over the Internet, often without talking to someone face-to-face. While for some situations this form of interaction works well, there are times where so-called face-time is preferred. The only issue is, we may not be in the same room, office, city, or even country.
These days, the security of various technology based systems is constantly being called into question. From attacks on mobile devices to ever increasing types of malware, many businesses are struggling to stay on top of their security. One of the best ways to help ensure your systems are secure is to be aware of common security issues.
Many businesses are constantly facing a potential disaster. It could be a major fire that wipes out your business, or something as simple as accidentally deleting an important spreadsheet. Regardless of the severity of the potential disaster, businesses need to be prepared and one of the best ways to prepare is to back up your data.
Tech experts and Web-based companies have been reporting for a number of years now that the number of people accessing websites on their mobile devices has been growing nearly exponentially. In an effort to better cater to mobile users, Google has recently implemented a small but potentially important change to the way mobile search results are displayed.
A common problem many small business owners have is letting go. Many feel that because it is their business, they simply must be in charge of everything. This can put a lot of undue stress on a person, especially if they are not experts in areas like IT. When it comes to information technology, one of the best solutions a business owner can adopt to outsource the company’s tech needs to an IT partner who can work with you to help manage your IT. While this is good option used by a lot of businesses, there are still many misconceptions about outsourcing your IT. Here are six:
1. It is costly
Talk to some people about outsourcing your IT and the first thing they may mention is how expensive it can be.
One of the biggest trends when it comes to mobile devices, is the increasing integration of smartphones into every part of our lives. Many developers are looking at ways to essentially turn the phone from a device you interact with into a device that is really an extension of yourself.
In many countries when you go to buy a mobile phone, and more specifically an Android phone, from a carrier the mobile carrier will often install their own apps onto the device. These apps, commonly referred to as bloatware, are usually tied into a service that your carrier offers and are for the most part ignored by most users.
Have you ever gone to talk with a colleague and gotten a look at their computer’s desktop only to notice that they have files, apps, and folders strewn about in a seemingly random fashion? Or maybe you are guilty of a cluttered desktop. Many people tend to have somewhat unorganized desktops, especially if they have used the same computer for a number of years.