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Should your company upgrade to Microsoft Office 2016?

By | November 1st, 2016|Cloud computing, Desktop Computer, Laptops, Network, Servers|

Microsoft Office 2016 is evolutionary and not revolutionary like Office 2013 was. As software becomes more advanced and ends up doing so much already, it becomes harder to make revolutionary apps. However, a few upgrades and minor tweaks sometimes justify the cost of an upgrade. Since upgrading your main office program can affect your business [...]

How can we make our computers last longer?

By | September 29th, 2016|Backup and Disaster Recovery, Desktop Computer, Laptops, Network, Servers|

Your computers are a large investment for your company and do have a regular cleaning and upgrade schedule that should become part of your company routine. There are several factors that can shorten the life of your computer, causing a greater-than-needed investment in technology. Here are the items that provide the greatest predictors of how [...]

Are you uploading a virus to your Dropbox account

By | September 29th, 2016|Backup and Disaster Recovery, Desktop Computer, Information Security, Network, Servers|

On-line file sharing and upload site such as Dropbox are great for easy access to your files from anywhere, but they are also one of the fastest way to infect your entire company with a virus or malware. Since most people use the "desktop connector" for Dropbox, all files that anyone uploads will almost instantly [...]

Should you upgrade to the Windows 10 Anniversary update?

By | September 14th, 2016|Desktop Computer, Information Security, Laptops, Servers|

Windows 10, which has been installed on about 300 million devices (computers and tablets), just turned one year old and Microsoft has made a major update available that fixes many of the bugs of the initial release of Windows 10 and adds a few new features. The Windows 10 Anniversary update is not available yet [...]