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Archive for July 2015

How Managed Services boost productivity

Have you heard of Managed Services, but are still unsure of how they can help your business? Do you often hear IT providers trying to sell them with words and phrases like “productivity” and “more profits”? If you’re looking for a clearer description of just how Managed Services can increase your productivity, today is your…

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New features in Android M

Android phone users can expect a new OS coming soon with Google’s announcement at this year’s Google I/O, its annual software developer conference. While they did not announce which dessert it will be named after yet, the Android M as they are calling it at the moment comes with many improvements worth mentioning. To that…

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Charge your iPhone’s battery faster

It’s Friday night, and you’re getting ready to go out for the evening. You’ve got your wallet, keys, and extra cash – you’re good to go. You quickly glance at your iPhone to check the time, and that’s when you notice the problem all iOS users dread. You have 20% battery! While you do have…

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Survey reveals common productivity busters

People like to speculate about what the most disruptive productivity killers are in offices around the country, but do they really have a clue? It’s easy to point fingers at email, social media, or lack of discipline as sources of common distractions, but what are the real issues? In a survey of 2,175 hiring and…

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4 biggest Facebook marketing mistakes

Facebook has grown rapidly in the past decade, and now boasts over one billion monthly active users. These users are constantly liking, sharing, commenting, and posting on the platform. Many businesses see this as an opportunity to grow their customer base, and so implemented Facebook advertising into their marketing strategies. While Facebook marketing is on…

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Reduce malware infections in 5 steps

In the past few months the CryptoLocker virus has spread rapidly to become one of the more well known, and dangerous, viruses of the year. Because of the fact that if your system is infected, you likely won’t be getting your files back unless you pay the ransom, you likely don’t want this to infect…

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4 Keys to Avoiding Malware

From annoying to destructive, malware is a bane to any computer system and the person who uses it. The benevolent Wikipedia defines malware (short for malicious software) as: software designed to infiltrate or damage a computer system without the owner’s informed consent. The good news though, is that there are simply ways to avoid getting…

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How to get attention on social media

If you’ve been at the social media game for quite some time and yet have seen little to no results, there may be a number of reasons behind this. It could be inconsistent branding, poor quality content, insufficient engagement with your audience, or pushing sales on every status update. However, there is one common trap…

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