The 3 most common printer types

The 3 most common printer types

Whether you have a brick-and-mortar or Internet based business, you’ll surely need to print out some documents at one time or another. The question is, do you even have a printer? There are an increasing number of businesses who don’t. Considering how everything is setup on the Web nowadays, it kind of makes one wonder what type or printers are being used in the offices these days?

These three printers below are the most common printers found in offices these days.

Your laptop’s important parts unveiled

Your laptop’s important parts unveiled

No matter where you look, business are going mobile at an increasing rate and a lot of them are going for the laptops. Considering how handy yet powerful these machines are, who can blame them right? This is exactly the reason why you need to equip yourself with basic knowledge about the device.

BYOD or CYOD – what’s the difference?

BYOD or CYOD – what’s the difference?

Our mobile devices have become something most of us rely on, with many of us using these devices for both work and everyday life. In order to accommodate this, companies are increasingly adopting a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy. For businesses that don’t want to adopt a BYOD policy, there is another option which is gaining popularity: Choose Your Own Device (CYOD).

Below is a brief overview of BYOD and CYOD and the main differences between the two concepts.

Mobile vs computer processors

Mobile vs computer processors

This past year was a good one for mobile devices, with some of the most powerful smartphones being released. Some of these have processors that operate at the same speed as most mid-range laptops and desktops. While the speed factor may be the same, the question remains as to whether there are any other similarities.

4 laptop purchasing tips

Hardware_Nov25_BThis holiday season, laptops are highly likely to be a popular gift. We know that most laptops these days will last about three years before you need to upgrade. The problem is, with so many different types of laptops out there, picking one that will last three years while also not feeling terribly outdated might be tough.

The external hard drive

Hardware_Oct30_CYour computer has many important components, with one of the most vital being your hard drive. Because you store all of your data and programs on this device there is a space limit. One way to add more space is to use an external hard drive. While these drives are popular, some business users wonder whether they should be using them or not.

SD or CF – which memory card?

Hardware_Sep02_CChances are high that you have a portable device that requires a memory card. It could be a camera or even a phone with a memory card slot. While these cards are useful, they do present one problem: There’s so many different types and subtypes that it can be taxing to distinguish the difference between them and figure out which is the one you need.

Are media streaming devices useful?

Hardware_Aug05_CTechnology is constantly evolving, and many of the latest gadgets are aimed at personal users. A good example of this is the newer streaming devices that allow users to stream content from sites like Pandora on their TVs. These devices also offer other capabilities such as streaming content from your mobile screen to your TV, and businesses are starting to wonder if these developments could be of any use.

Overview of Intel's new processor

Hardware_June12_CDo you know what type of processor your computer has? Most people will answer ‘Intel’, because it’s the most popular processor maker there is. If you were to follow processor news, you would know that Intel has recently introduced a new version or ‘generation’ of their popular Core processors that could prove very useful for your business.