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Accessible technology plans

Accessible technology plans

Many countries around the world require businesses to implement systems and tools, which often includes technology, that meets the needs of all employees. This includes employees who have disabilities or special requirements. Because of this, it has become nearly essential for companies to develop an accessible technology plan for when certain technology needs arise.

Gmail’s take on the alias

Gmail’s take on the alias

Email is one of the most highly personal tools on the Web. After all, it is our email that we often use to support our online identity. We use it to sign up with different services, and even use it as our main username for many services. The problem is, it can be tough to sort important from unimportant emails.

Do you need a data warehouse?

Do you need a data warehouse?

Data is an integral component to any business. Without it we would not be able to make decisions, develop marketing campaigns, or even operate. The issue many businesses face however is that the amount of data they generate and capture is increasing exponentially and it can be a challenge to collect and leverage it.

5 ways systems can be breached

5 ways systems can be breached

When it comes to business security, many small to medium business owners and managers often struggle to ensure that their systems and computers are secure from the various attacks and malware out there. While there are a million and one things you can do to secure systems, one of the most useful approaches is to be aware of common security threats.

Backing up your data – 8 tips – Part 2

Backing up your data – 8 tips – Part 2

Most IT experts will agree that in order for a business to survive, they need some sort of recovery or continuity plan in place. Regardless of the type of plan, or systems integrated, all systems need to have a back up mechanism. In the last article, we took a look at four tips to help improve your data backups, and continue this article with the final four.

Google changes mobile search results

Google changes mobile search results

Both tech and Web experts have been reporting that the number of people accessing the Internet from their mobile devices has been really growing over the past half decade or so. With the ever increasing number of devices out there, mobile browsing is set to surpass desktop browsing and Google has recently implemented a small change that could increase this further.