While we all want clean and clutter-free email inboxes, making the decision about what messages to delete is its own kind of stress. But saving every email “just in case” will quickly bog you and Outlook 2016 down, impacting both performance and productivity.
We are honored and humbled to have been chosen as a 2016 Golden Anchor winner for Best Computer Service business. Thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone who cast their vote for us as part of the Shore Update's annual "Best of" poll!
Think a data breach or successful cyber attack could never happen to your business?
How quickly your company can get back to business after a disaster – whether man-made or natural – is the key to surviving one. Avoiding becoming one of the roughly 40-60% of small businesses that never reopen their doors following a disaster often comes down to the planning that is done today.
Can a cyberattack put your small business out of business? Possibly. Will it cost your company? Most definitely.
Have you ever wondered (perhaps in frustration) why the first question that Tech Support for virtually any product (computer, smartphone, television, etc.) asks is, “Have you tried restarting it?”
Who doesn't remember their first "thumb" drive?
The first USB flash drives held only 125 megabytes of data, but that seemed like a lot compared to the floppy disks most users had grown up with. Plus, they were a lot easier to use than read/write CDs. That 125MB "memory stick" wasn't cheap either; early models would sell for $75 or more.
We may not (yet) have flying cars or robots preparing our meals, but there is no denying that technology plays a vital role in our everyday lives – both personally and professionally. And as technology’s role in everyday business operations has increased, more and more smart businesses are outsourcing IT. Here are the top 3 reasons why.