Your organization’s online reputation can greatly affect your ability to turn prospects into clients. You need to know what other people are saying about your business. If you haven’t run Internet searches on your company, you should start ASAP. While you can’t possibly control what other people say about your company, you can easily manage…
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On April 8th 2014, the most popular operating system for businesses, Windows XP, will no longer receive support from Microsoft. Which means that businesses currently using Windows XP will also be left without support and security updates, both paid and free. When Windows XP support ends, Microsoft will stop investing any resources to maintain and…
Mobile Malware Increases By a Shocking 614 Percent Within a Year And Android Devices Are the Most Vulnerable!
When installing new applications onto your smartphone, it’s important to be cautious. According to a study by the networking company Juniper, the increase in mobile malware rose by 614% between March 2012 and March 2013. Cybercriminals are getting much more abundant and savvy. Instead of trying to crack into every operating system available, they’re going…
Will this make your business adopt the Android platform? Just over a month after releasing Office Mobile for iPhone, Microsoft has finally launched Office Mobile for Android phones. The new app for Office 365, available for subscribers only, is designed for phones, but not tablets. If you’re using a tablet, Microsoft recommends Office Web Apps….
Dell’s “Project Ophelia” Has Been Shipped to Beta Testers With an Expected Release Date For This Fall
So, what’s Dell been doing lately? Most people would say “I don’t care,” but that’s about to change. Dell has been working on a new device that’s code-named “Project Ophelia.” A Computer on a “Stick” Dell has decided to go private, which means they’re going to be reinventing themselves in a way that’s different from…