4 BYOD integration tips

As technology continues to expand and improve, many people have come to prefer to use their own systems over their office’s tech offerings. This is largely because many of us have newer personal devices that allow us to do so much more than the computers we use at our office. As a result, the issue…

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Google announces Android L

Whether you are a big Google fan or not, the tech giant is now one of the biggest companies on Earth. Each year they host an annual conference to highlight what you can expect in the coming year from the company that promises to “do no evil”. Their annual conference, I/O, is usually held in…

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Great LinkedIn profiles in 8 steps

There are numerous social networks a company can join, but if they are looking to connect to other businesses, colleagues or potential hires the network of choice should be LinkedIn. This powerful network is designed for professionals and offers many benefits that other networks, like Facebook and Twitter, don’t or are not able to. As…

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5 myths of virtualization security

Virtual machines are just gateways to a server, and cyber criminals want access to data on those servers. While you might think you’re keeping your virtual environment safe, there are several virtualization security myths which if believed can have a serious impact on your platforms, leaving them susceptible to attack. It’s vital that you are…

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Common Android app permissions

The growing number of work apps has led to an increased popularity of Android tablets. While most businesses rely on these apps to help boost productivity, it’s likely that little or no attention was paid to reading through the required permissions before installing them. To ensure safety, as well as to help maximize your Android…

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10 Security best practices

Thanks to rapid technological advancement over the past decade, businesses have been able to flourish with great tech tools at their disposal. But the widespread adoption of new, smarter technologies has also given rise to security issues and the ability to infiltrate networks. These threats, if not taken care of appropriately and at the right…

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How Mac and PC differ

Go Mac or go PC? That has been an increasingly divisive question over the past decade with users from either side insisting their choice is the better one. While both have their positives and negatives, many people are still unsure of the real differences between the two. However, understanding what sets them apart can help…

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iOS 8 – coming soon

Apple’s yearly WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) is one of the most eagerly anticipated moments of the year for fans of the company’s products and systems. This year, as with others before, has proven to be an interesting one. Perhaps most attention-grabbing of all is the announcement of a new version of iOS. The new…

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Disaster apps

Historically the months of June, July, and August are when the vast majority of natural disasters strike. Regardless of your location, there is a chance that your business could be facing a real challenge if something bad happens. In order to limit the potential damage a disaster can create, it helps to be proactive and…

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