Virtualization is the act of moving a physical component or bit of software from a physical environment to a digital one that is normally delivered over a network. This concept has become one of the most sought after tech improvements of the past decade, especially among small to medium businesses.
There is a good chance that you would like to see your business survive any future disaster, and any problems that follow as well. While it is nearly impossible to predict what the next disaster will be, it’s easy to prepare for, especially if you have an effective business continuity plan.
Mobile devices and the apps we use on them have drastically changed the way we communicate. With platforms like Facebook, many people are simply not calling each other anymore, instead relying on Facebook’s messaging feature. In an effort to make this easier to use on mobile devices, especially the iPad, the app has recently been updated.
The tablet is easily one of the most indispensable devices for many business managers and owners. These highly mobile devices allow you to stay in touch with the office and also work without having to lug around a heavy or bulky laptop. Because of this, many businesses are looking to integrate tablets, especially Android tablets.
When people send files as attachments, they’re often looking to collaborate with others for feedback and improved work quality. This, however, has been a time consuming process up until now. For example, when you send an email to your colleague, they must download the file, make their edits, re-attach the file to a new email and then send it back to you.
With so many users switching to cloud-based productivity apps like Google Drive, the tech giant has been increasingly implementing and improving features that make apps like Docs, Sheets, and Slides not only more powerful but more useful. For business users who have switched over to Drive, a number of new editing features have just been implemented.
We’ve explored how Mac and PC differ in terms of specifications, operating system and software; and in this article we continue to dig into other differences between the two rivals. Buying a computer is more than looking into design and specs, but also about models, availability, security, customer satisfaction and of course price.
As technology continues to expand and improve, many people have come to prefer to use their own systems over their office’s tech offerings. This is largely because many of us have newer personal devices that allow us to do so much more than the computers we use at our office.
As businesses continue to become increasingly networked, there is an exponentially increasing amount of data being made available to them. While this data can be really useful, a lot of it can also be less so, or even useless. However, you are going to continue to collect data, and in order not to be overwhelmed with the sheer volume you should have a well defined data collection system in place.
The cloud is one of the most popular tech systems businesses integrate, with many relying on cloud storage solutions for backup or day-to-day storage needs. One issue some users have with cloud storage however, is over how secure it is. In an effort to ensure maximum security, many providers implement two-step authentication.