Preparing Your Business IT Roadmap For 2014

Seasoned companies know the value of developing and implementing IT roadmaps for their organizations. It is just as important for small and medium businesses to have a roadmap that addresses their business challenges and highlights available technological opportunities. Ideally, the roadmap should identify the company’s technological needs along with how technology is to be implemented…

It’s Time to Give up Windows XP

If your computer is running on anything older than Windows 7, it’s time to upgrade. Microsoft is suspending its support for Windows XP in 2014, cutting all Microsoft security updates. Software vendors are also likely to withdraw their technical assistance soon after, so this is the best time to ensure you’re not left behind. Why…

Remote Access Benefit And Challenges

Remote access technologies have been available for a while and they come in different shapes and forms. Commercial and free software, unattended and user-initiated remote control, and Web-based and desktop software are the most common. It has many benefits. It is convenient for businesses and the employees (avoid driving back to work to print one…

Remote Access Tools

  Listed below are some popular remote access tools and platforms: Small Business Server Remote Web Workplace: or more commonly referred to as SBS RWW. Most businesses that are running SBS 2003/2008/2011 are not fully aware of this capability. It essentially extends the server functionality to allow users to remotely connect to their workstations. The…

4 Productive Outlook Add-Ons for 2013

As we’re starting and planning for the New Year, there’s no better time to consider enhancing your Outlook arsenal with some cool add-ons that will help boost your productivity. Below, are 4 add-ons that will help you do just that: 1- Simply File: This is just an amazing add-on for the folder organizing fanatics. Once…