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3 reasons to try Microsoft’s new browser

June 23rd, 2015
3 reasons to try Microsoft’s new browser

If you’re like most internet users, you probably use Google Chrome, Firefox or Opera as your web browser of choice. But later this year, there will be a new player in the game. It’s called Edge, and Microsoft’s technologically advanced wonder child may just be the browser of choice for the next generation.

5 BI mistakes and how to avoid them

June 19th, 2015
5 BI mistakes and how to avoid them

Companies today are adopting business intelligence (BI) tools to represent data in a way that makes information comprehension and analysis simple. But all too often business owners make mistakes in selecting and implementing a BI software solution, resulting in unnecessarily high costs and ineffective execution.

Getting started with Facebook advertising

June 8th, 2015
Getting started with Facebook advertising

With social media being such a big part of everyday life, it likewise plays a huge role in online marketing. There are many social platforms a business can use to reach out to audiences, but the one that stands out from the crowd is Facebook. Over the past few years, Facebook advertising has seen steady growth in revenue, thanks to its specific audience targeting methods that allow business owners to lower their new customer acquisition cost significantly.

How to stay productive when working remotely

June 3rd, 2015
How to stay productive when working remotely

Technologies such as cloud computing are freeing employees from their desks and lighting the fuse to the remote working revolution. For employees who lack discipline or a strong work ethic, a remote worksite is a breeding ground for a lack of focus and unproductivity.

Containers vs. Virtual Machines

June 2nd, 2015
Containers vs. Virtual Machines

Virtual machines are a robust platform for storing data, documents and applications for most organizations today. But with the emergence of containers, another platform for virtual file storage, the question arises: which platform is right for my business? With that in mind, let’s take a look at how containers and virtual machines differ and which would be best for your organization.

Boost your online presence with SEO

June 2nd, 2015
Boost your online presence with SEO

Technology has completely changed the way we do business. Gone are the days when customers had to drop by your company to purchase your products and services. Now they can simply visit your website, see what you have to offer, and make an online payment – all in a matter of minutes.

Google Drive just got a lot safer

June 1st, 2015
Google Drive just got a lot safer

Information security is on everyone’s mind – all too often we hear of a high-profile data breach in the news, and even the smaller scale attacks that don’t make headlines can wreak havoc on growing businesses. So it’s heartening to know that Google places a high premium on security.

Business continuity 101: Using a cloud host

June 1st, 2015
Business continuity 101: Using a cloud host

Companies of all sizes today are aware of the data security risks posed by unexpected disasters, and so have a business continuity plan in place to prevent data loss. But entrusting data backup to the average IT guy is a certain way to lose your critical business data, since making configurations and changes to managed backups can be downright complex and confusing.

Five business continuity mistakes

May 26th, 2015
Five business continuity mistakes

Every business owner knows that having a business continuity plan in place is crucial to the success of their organization. Yet even if your business continuity framework is at the ready, when the unexpected does happen the question that many overlook is how confident they are in taking care of the backbone of the business — their employees? With that in mind, let’s take a look at the five deadly business continuity mistakes to avoid at all costs.

Find your website’s most important pages

May 26th, 2015
Find your website’s most important pages

For businesses that want to track how much traffic their website is receiving, a Google Analytics account is a no-brainer. However, while it’s easy to use this powerful application to measure traffic, how do you know if those visitors are engaged with your website content or just bouncing the second they hit your homepage? Engagement is as important as traffic – follow the four steps below to learn how to track this metric.