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How to protect your business from disaster

How to protect your business from disaster

Think your business is immune to disasters? Think again. Disasters can strike without warning and, when they do, your company stands to lose more than just the time and money you’ll have to spend on data recovery and compensation. You could lose years of hard-earned reputation and trust from loyal clients – the two things that could potentially put an end to your operations altogether.

Why your Facebook page likes have dropped

Why your Facebook page likes have dropped

Understanding the success of Facebook marketing efforts can quickly become complicated but, if there is one figure that’s critical to monitor on a regular basis, it’s the count of users who have liked your company’s page. This number helps you understand how far your messages are spreading, and what return you’re likely getting on your investment.

The iPhone finally gets Google Calendar

The iPhone finally gets Google Calendar

Google has finally invented the missing piece in the jigsaw for iPhone users – the tech firm has completed its suite of apps by adding iPhone functionality to the popular Calendar App. Now you can schedule yourself to within an inch of your life, all without leaving your iPhone and without bothering with integration between Google Calendar and your phone’s own built-in diary management tools.

How to protect your email account

How to protect your email account

If you think your email is fully protected from hackers, think again. A lack of sufficient email security measures can result in data theft, unauthorized access to sensitive information and the invasion of your computer by viruses and malware. Here are some tips to secure your email account from unwanted intruders and the many troubles that come with them.

Data warehouses drive business development

Data warehouses drive business development

As a small business owner, you’re probably looking into ways to maximize profitability and minimize costs. In order to do that you must make good business decisions, and making sound decisions requires a thorough analysis of all relevant data. That kind of data can be found in a well-designed data warehouse.

Prevent the ultimate break/fix nightmare

Prevent the ultimate break/fix nightmare

Have your IT problems become chronic? Is your break/fix contractor hanging around your office so often that he’s on first-name terms with the maid? If you’re starting to think about an alternative IT solution that can clear up your chronic IT issues for good, Managed Services may be just what you’ve been dreaming of.

Defining 8 common business continuity terms

Defining 8 common business continuity terms

As a business owner you’ve probably heard of the benefits of a business continuity plan (BCP). It ensures your company’s protection in the event of an unexpected disaster, whether that’s natural or man-made. But you likely don’t have time to sit and learn all about business continuity procedures and terms.

You might want to return to a full-sized iPad

You might want to return to a full-sized iPad

If you’re on-trend and at the forefront of developments in the Apple range, you’ve long since switched your allegiance from what suddenly seems like a clunky, oversized iPad, and are using the sized-down iPad Mini. The changes almost echo the trend in pre-smartphone times, when smaller, smaller, smaller was all we were hungry for.

Should I choose Virtualization or the Cloud?

Should I choose Virtualization or the Cloud?

You’ve heard about Cloud Computing and Virtualization. You’ve followed the news about them, and even know a few fellow business owners who’ve successfully implemented the technologies. You’re excited and ready to take the plunge. But wait, which technology should you use? If you’re unsure, read on.