Apps are an integral part of all smartphones, regardless of the platform you use. Without them, our devices would be more or less useless. The issue with apps however is that because they are necessary, malicious people develop fake apps that they then try to get on to app stores.
Social media has become an integral part of many business strategies, with an ever increasing number of companies adopting a variety of platforms. However, many business owners and managers are often unsure as to exactly how they can, or should, be using these platforms.
Microsoft’s cloud-based office suite – Office 365 – is one of the most popular software solutions among small to medium businesses. Offering a wide variety of plans and the familiar Office programs, it’s not difficult to see why. The issue many offices face however is staying on top of all the information generated within Office 365. To help, Microsoft has recently announced a new Office 365 feature called Office Delve.
Today’s technology advancement has one obvious parallel: increasing security threats. One such issue which has been growing both in number and intensity is data breach. And while many businesses have turned to the cloud in the hope of improving security, there is still a chance of a collision between data breaches and cloud usage.
Technology is an important part of almost every role in every business. We have come to rely so heavily on it, that when we do have a problem with a device or system our productivity can easily grind to an almighty halt. While many of us know our systems will eventually breakdown, do you know what to in this situation? Are you prepared?
What to do when your systems stop working
Often, our first reaction when our technology or systems stop working is to either panic, or get angry.
Many business owners and managers are well aware of the fact that if they really want to maximize their customer base they need to have a presence on the Internet. It used to be that having a website was enough to satisfy this, but now many customers are looking for businesses that are active online.
September 9 was a day eagerly anticipated by many Apple fans, largely because it was the day the company held their nearly annual announcement of new devices. This year the company announced not only two new iPhones but also a new smartwatch and some new iOS 8 features.
Did you know that as of the end of the first quarter of 2014 there were 1.28 billion active (users who log in once a month) Facebook users? That’s right, about a fifth of the world’s population is on Facebook. This large population base makes a pretty big target for spammers and other malicious users.
Our mobile devices are quickly becoming so highly integrated into our lives that it can be difficult to imagine life without them. But, there will come a time when you decide to upgrade to a new device. When this does happen, you may consider selling your old device.
Microsoft has been making a steady push into mobile markets, especially when it comes to apps. One of their biggest, and most helpful, releases has been mobile optimized versions of their popular Office programs. While Office for iPad is useful for many business users, you do need a subscription to access all the features.