5 ways the cloud cuts costs

Thursday, 06 February 2014 by

One of the most popular tech terms of this year, and likely to continue to be so for future years, is the cloud. There are numerous different types of cloud services that businesses can integrate with their company, many of which offer realizable benefits. A common advantage you will hear most companies champion is that

While Hamlet may have been having a sort of existential crisis when he asked the question in famous soliloquy “To be or Not to Be,” we’re often faced with a similar–albeit less psychological–question when it comes to our computers. To update the software, or not to update. That, in my mind, is always the question

Microsoft has revealed some of the changes coming to Windows 8.1, and one of them is the resurrection of the “Start button” which is in the left-hand corner of the computer screen, and makes it easier for users who use a mouse and keyboard. The button was removed in Windows 8, the touchscreen-centric software that was

We all know that you get what you pay for, right? You can’t expect to pay rock bottom wages and get the best employees, or spend next to nothing for a great office space. When it comes to technology, though, things are different. Some companies are still using old-fashioned software at a big up-front cost,

8 Tips for Windows 8

Monday, 15 April 2013 by

Windows 8 is here and currently being sold on new laptops with the opportunity for consumers to purchase the OS as an upgrade. Soon it will become difficult to find a Windows based PC without it installed as the operating system of choice by manufacturers. If you have recently made the switch like I have, you

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