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10 popular virtualization terms

10 popular virtualization terms

Virtualization, often defined as the act of moving physical systems to a digital environment, has become one of the most sought after tech improvements, especially for small to medium businesses. While virtualization is popular, it is still complex and has many potentially confusing terms associated with it.

RTO & RPO for continuity

RTO & RPO for continuity

Metrics are used in nearly every business process, including disaster preparedness and any business continuity plan (BCP) you might have at the ready. Businesses who are looking to ensure that their company will make it through any disaster successfully need to have an effective BCP with metrics like RTO and RPO in place.

Facebook Messenger now on iPad

Facebook Messenger now on iPad

With the adoption of social media platforms like Facebook and mobile devices like the iPad, we have seen the way we communicate change drastically in a few short years. Facebook realized this a while ago and introduced a stand-alone messenger app. The only thing is: the app was only optimized for the iPhone, until now that is.

Android dos and don’ts

Android dos and don’ts

One of the biggest business trends is the idea of going mobile. With the heavy adoption of devices like Android tablets, business owners are able to connect with the office from nearly anywhere. This is great news and one of the mains reasons why so many businesses are thinking about adopting Android tablets at work.

Mac and PC differences: Part 2

Mac and PC differences: Part 2

Now that we’ve looked into the differences between Mac and PC in terms of operating system, software and specifications, let’s continue to dig deeper in determining the differences between the two rivals. It is vital that you look into all aspects before deciding which one you want to go for since you’ll likely be using it for many years.

4 BYOD tips to improve security

4 BYOD tips to improve security

A common issue many businesses face, regardless of their size, is that their computer systems and devices get progressively older and slower, unless they are constantly updated. This can frustrate some employees who may have up-to-date personal devices, so much so that they simply start to bring these devices into the office.

6 tips to better data collection

6 tips to better data collection

Take a step back and think about the data available to your business. Chances are it has grown exponentially, and will likely continue to do so into the future. While this can be useful as more data equals a better, clearer picture of what is going on in your business, there is still a large amount of data that is useless.

Getting content shared: Part 2

Getting content shared: Part 2

In part one of our two part article on increasing the shareability of blog content you create, published last month, we revealed five tips. From creating longer content, to playing on specific emotions, and including images, we highlighted ways in which you can potentially increase the shareability of your content.

Coming soon: Android L

Coming soon: Android L

Android, Google’s mobile operating system, is one of the most popular mobile systems out there. Each year, at Google’s annual I/O conference, it is expected that the company introduces the next version of Android, and at this year’s conference held on June 25 and 26, the company didn’t disappoint, announcing a new version of Android that will bring about some big changes.

Google Slides now on Android

Google Slides now on Android

Android devices are one of the most popular business tools, largely because of the increasing number of business oriented apps being released. Earlier this year, Google released standalone versions of their office productivity apps, but one – Slides – was missing.