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Looking for new tech? What kind to get?

December 13th, 2012

Historically, Q1 has been one of the best months in which to replace old tech. For many companies, the issue with this is that there is so much technology available, that issuing a desktop computer isn’t going to cut it anymore. So what can a company that wants to update do? When shopping for new […]

The lowdown on FB copyright posts

December 11th, 2012

Facebook is to some the greatest thing on earth, to others a necessity and to the rest a form of modern-day narcissism. While it’s been around for nearly nine years, many users have only been using it for the past five. Since then it’s become a place for people to share nearly everything about their […]

When to use To, BCC and CC

November 30th, 2012

There are many advantages to using email over any other form of communication. The biggest is that you can send the same message to a large number of recipients regardless of their location. Because of its near instant nature and large reach, a new set of rules and etiquette has been established. While we largely […]

Pinterest helps grow ecommerce

November 21st, 2012

Social networks are something that have become a major marketing tool for all companies. A maintained presence on the major networks will help establish/solidify your brand, and possibly drive traffic and interest to your website. One of the newest social media services is Pinterest, and it’s taking off in a big way. If you’re looking […]

Messenger merged into Skype

November 16th, 2012

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has become so commonplace that we likely use it without even knowing. One of the most popular customer oriented VoIP solutions is Skype, owned by Microsoft. Skype has received a recent update that sees Microsoft’s popular Instant Messenger program (Messenger) merged into Skype. A few weeks ago, Skype Version 6 […]

Is technology killing productivity?

November 15th, 2012

Technology and all the services related to it are without a doubt incredible. One of the biggest changes technological advancements have brought about is an increase in the speed with which we do our jobs, communicate and even relax. This is a double-edged sword: Yes, we can get stuff done quickly, but we have also […]

Comment and post management on Facebook

November 13th, 2012

Trolls are powerful creatures of Norse mythology, known for being reclusive beings that lived largely separated from other humans and generally viewed as mean and not contributing to society. The modern troll has gone online and lurks on forums and other sites, making comments that are meant to be harmful or ignite argument simply for […]

Facebook is big, but just how big?

November 6th, 2012

Social media, once the domain of tweens, teens and college students has expanded to encompass nearly all aspects of life. You have grandmas sharing YouTube videos of their grandchildren’s first birthdays, businesses sharing their latest research or even conducting their whole marketing campaign online. This phenomenon is commonly labeled as social media, or as many […]

Three ways to get devices talking

October 24th, 2012

In an ideal world, all of our technology would link perfectly. You could buy an app for iPhone and be able to access it on an Android phone or even a Windows PC. Sadly, this is more or less a pipe dream for the time being. While it may not be entirely possible, there are […]

Cloud faxing replaces finicky machines

October 23rd, 2012

We’ve talked about the many different cloud services available, however, one business function has been largely left behind when it comes to cloud services and this is the fax machine. Once a crucial instrument of business communication, it’s usefulness was largely diminished when email took over. While many companies probably still have a fax machine, […]