It is essentially impossible to not be embroiled in some form of technology or IT if you are living in the modern world. If you own a business or run a company, it is unfeasible, not to mention impractical, to function without a particular IT system in place. This is why, regardless of the size or the significance of the company, every business has incorporated one IT arrangement or another. Of course, it is not as simple as picking out a random software and then choosing it for your organization. No, you need to carefully consider your current business strategy and how IT can best
Important IT Tips for Businesses to Follow
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Monday, October 17, 2016
Over 70% of today’s internet traffic and hits are coming from mobile devices, so not targeting mobile users when you have a website – or a product and service – is clearly a mistake. There are two approaches you can take to reach mobile users. You can either make your website mobile-friendly (or responsive) or you can have native mobile apps to support the brand.
Both approaches have different advantages and disadvantages and they both work great in different situations. What if you’re a small business? Which one is right for you?
One of the first things you will
Mobile App vs. Mobile Web: Which One Do I Need as a Small Business?
Monday, October 10, 2016
As a consumer, your smartphone has transformed your world. It condenses gadgets that would once have filled an entire house down to something that’s the size of a deck of cards. Your smartphone is your radio, GPS, phone, computer, gyroscope, TV, torch and on and on. But now that same level of c...
The Consumer Convenience Of Smartphones Has Arrived In The Business World
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Servers need to be secured, after all they hold a large portion of vital information and this can cause all sorts of problems if leaked. So, here are some tips to ensure your server is safe.
Having Strict Limitations
Limiting access is yet another way of enhancing security on servers. This means that the only people that should have personal login accounts and passwords should be those that really require access to the servers. Non-administrators and other casual users should only have access to the servers for a limited timeframe. Business users for instance should only be allowed
6 Tips for Securing A Server
Monday, September 26, 2016
It is obvious that mobile internet surfing is rapidly replacing the desktop for many who now use smartphones and tablets for various tasks. Of course, surfing the internet is not all mobile device users are doing. They also browse social media outlets, do online shopping, and check emails. It is easy to see that a responsive website is important.
With mobile internet usage increasing these days, it is vital for businesses to ensure having a mobile friendly website. This is normally not a huge concern. You already have a website designed specifically for desktop users and a separate one
The Importance of a Responsive Web Design in Ecommerce
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Hacking is something we all have to worry about nowadays, whether it’s our bank account, our gadgets or more commonly our websites.
Here are some tips to prevent hacks and keep your site safe.
To help prevent hackers from gaining access, you must stay up to date on the latest hacking threats. This information can help you protect your website from would-be hackers. Read updates from a variety of tech sites, including The Hacker News. Then, use this information to help you protect your site from attacks. This blog from Barclay Simpson looks at recent hacks and th
Prevent Hacks With These Easy To Follow Tips
Friday, August 19, 2016
Corporate events, such as product launches, conferences or seminars or events like charity functions, fundraising, dance performances or rock concerts, are measured by whether they are a success, a hit with the crowds or not. It can be said that the success of all events is measured by the...
Marketing Tricks to Make An Event Successful