The good and bad of Google’s new Chromebook

The good and bad of Google’s new Chromebook

Google’s new Chromebook, the Pixel, is finally here. Those who’ve been patiently awaiting its arrival, or are curious about giving it a try, might be wondering about the pros and cons of this new laptop. We’ve taken the time to break it down for you and list the important features you need to know about when considering whipping out that credit card.

What to do when your PC abruptly slows down

What to do when your PC abruptly slows down

You just got back from lunch and are settling down into your office chair. You open up your planner to check your schedule, and then wake your PC from sleep. Time to check emails. But wait, something’s wrong. You’re…waiting. Your computer is moving as slow as a brontosaurus and the problem appears to go deeper than internet speed.

BYOD Security Risk – Your Confidential Data on Your Employee’s Devices

If you've got users who BYOD, you've got a security risks. BYOD Security is a critical issue that is too often ignored by business owners and management. Once your employees can access your confidential data on their device, you can toss confidentiality out the door! If you are a business owner, you may want to sit down before you check out the article linked below ("Confidential Data Is Leaving on Workers' Mobile Devices - http://www.

Control IT costs and improve efficiency

Yes, you can control your IT costs and still maintain the required level of IT efficiency.
If you watch the stock market, you might think that business is picking up and the outlook is rosy. The reality is that while some purse strings may be loosening, the impact of the Sequester is not yet known and we are not out of the woods yet from the Great Recession.

BYOD Management – Employee Devices + Corporate data = Big Risk?

One question we are getting lately from many customers lately is how to manage the influx of employees' devices that can connect to the corporate network. We call this phenomenon BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device. The device can be a smartphone such as an iPhone or Android, a tablet like the iPad, or even a home PC or laptop.