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Archive for October 2014

5 Signs hardware needs to be upgraded

Computers, servers, mobile devices, and more, are constantly seeing hardware and component upgrades being released. From faster processors to new screens, it feels like there are new elements being released on a daily basis. This can make many business owners feel like they must upgrade. The problem is though that this is a costly endeavour.…

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Nexus 6, 9 and Lollipop announced!

Google’s Nexus line of devices promises users a pure Android experience. This means that the operating system is exactly as Google designed it to be, unlike many other Android devices where manufacturers add their own layout and design. In mid October, Google announced not one, but three new Nexus devices that set a new benchmark…

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Windows 10 announced as 9 is skipped!

In late September, Microsoft introduced the next version of Windows – Windows 10. At the announcement event, the company showed off a number of exciting new features that many users have been requesting. While it will be a while before it is released, here is a brief overview of some of the upcoming features you…

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Types of social posts to develop

While social media has become an important and integral part of many business’s marketing plans, it can be easy to get stuck in a bit of a rut when it comes to developing dynamic content and varied posts. This often sees companies sticking with the same content types, which can get quite boring for all…

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Ways Office 365 migrations fail

Microsoft’s Office 365 is continually gaining popularity, with the number of businesses implementing this cloud-based version of Office growing. Businesses looking to migrate over should be aware of potential failures that this move could bring. To help you avoid these issues, here are five of the most common ways migrations can fail. 1. Slow Internet…

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Email 101: IMAP or POP protocol

For a business to be productive there are a number of essential tools required, one of the most important being email. While there are numerous email providers and solutions, most rely on one of two protocols: POP or IMAP. These are a set of rules that dictate how data moves between systems, and the question…

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iOS 8 101: Notifications Center

iOS 8 has, like other versions of iOS, added and improved upon features. One of the biggest changes has to be the drastic improvement of the Notifications Center. With the most recent release, this Center has seen a number of changes, including the introduction of widgets that allow users to truly customize how this feature…

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Facebook post perfection

Businesses on Facebook have many different goals as to why they use the platform, but there is one thing in common that they all strive for: The perfect post. The issue with finding the ‘perfect post’ is that it can be actually quite difficult, especially when you take into account the large amount of data…

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Which apps drain iPad’s battery?

For iPad 2 and newer users, you are likely already aware of the fact that iOS 8 has been released, and are probably already using it. While the new version of the popular system introduces a number of great changes and features, there has been reports that the update has led to some older devices…

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Hangouts updated look and feature

On your Android tablet you likely have a number of messaging apps installed. One of the more common is Google Hangouts, which allows for cross-platform messaging, chatting, and even calling. In recent months, the app has been updated to not only increase usability and looks, but also implement new calling features. Looking at the new…

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