Running a small business often means having to contend with fewer employees on your staff as well as limited resources in an attempt to keep your operational costs low. Luckily, in this digital age, there is an abundance of technology that can help even the playing field with your competitors who may have larger brand names. Nonetheless, simply having software for your daily business...Read More
Avast’s Free Antivirus would be our recommended choice if you decided to choose a free antivirus. When protecting your computer we always stress that you look into the paid options first. We praise AVG CloudCare, and Webroot Business Anywhere packages but, when the budget is a concern we point you to Avast’s free antivirus.
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With the yearly potential for snow storms, tornadoes, and floods, your business should have some documented process that you can follow if one of these events should occur and disrupt the day-to-day operations of your business. Your disaster recovery plan (DRP) will allow your business to survive through a tough time, avoid panic and tackle the consequences of losing power for extended periods...Read More
When building your computer never overlook the importance of choosing the right power supply unit. Power supplies are based on more than just wattage, and bigger is not always better or the best option for your needs. A solid computer power supply is necessary for your computer’s stability and reliability. Selecting one is as important as selecting the other components in your computer build...Read More
Cloud computing is catching on with small business owners in a big way. With 37 percent of this demographic already operating in the cloud, an Intuit study from a few years ago estimated that 80 percent would be fully in the cloud by 2020. And just exactly what business pieces will be moving to the cloud? In short, nearly everything. Your company may already use the cloud for file backups or...Read More
When thinking about your computing environment, what would you consider to be one of the most important parts of it? Would it be your graphics card? Your CPU? Or would it be the amount of RAM your PC has? Even though these components are vital to any computer, the real answer would be none of the above.
What would be considered more important in your computing environment would actually be...Read More