If there is one thing all businesses rely on it’s data. As the integration of new systems and features continues, the amount of data available to a businesses grows. In order to be able to get more out of this data, businesses have started looking at adopting Business Intelligence (BI) systems.
With most Apple devices there is at least one connection between all of your Apple devices and services and that is your Apple ID. This is an important account that you should definitely try to remember. The problem arises though if you don’t use this ID on a regular basis, which results in you potentially forgetting what it is.
In 2012 Google wowed the world when they introduced their latest and most different device, Google Glass. This wearable computer was soon released to a select number of testers, called Explorers, to try the device and provide feedback. Google has been listening to their reviews and recently announced an updated Glass that could soon be available to the public.
Computer and network security is an important issue to many business owners and managers. One of the most common security threats companies come across is phishing. Because phishing has become so prevalent, most people are aware of these underhand methods.
Let’s accept the fact that disasters are inevitable. These kinds of situations can be threatening to human lives and business operations as well. In order to prevent further disruption in your business operations, you need to implement a comprehensive disaster recovery plan.
The battery life of most MacBooks running OS X is in an enviable 9-12 hours or more. Perhaps it’s a pretty decent battery life for a laptop running at full-throttle, but over time battery life will dissipate. With the release of OS X Mavericks in 2013, the battery life of many laptops has improved, However, there are also other ways to save battery life too.
In business, the traditional way of managing files has always been costly and complex in many ways. The amount of money and effort invested in hardware and software programs to manage files, can be exhausting and expensive to maintain. But with the cloud, small businesses can now take advantage of a sophisticated remote network service.
Google launched their social media service – Google+ – in 2011 and has since put its full weight behind the service and implemented it into nearly every one of their services. Google has also introduced a number of features that make it a viable service for businesses.
Even the most reliable business network security and sophisticated user credentials can be vulnerable to cyber attacks to some extent. The concept of a comprehensive layered security, called defense in depth, is based on a strategy which has been around since the time of the Romans.