How many times have you purchased new software or hardware, and avoided the help menu or user manual? Experts reason that about 90 percent of all features included with software go unused! Much of this comes down to lack of training for individuals using the technology - they use what they know and need most, and avoid anything that would require study or practice to implement. It's human nature to take the path of least resistance, but with a little motivation you could better benefit from the money spent on technology for your business.
One of the benefits of managed IT services is allotting time and having the proper tools to effectively monitor an entire network for issues. This allows technicians at Affect4 to detect, identify, and resolve issues before they start to affect users.
Business owners, this one is definitely for you. You've probably experienced the fact that shaving expenses here and there can lead to more flexibility and long-term savings, but at what cost? Are you limiting your company by nixing those extra services and costs? Sometimes you can get more and still save money. Let's look at a few ways Frisco and the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex businesses can do just that.
If you've used a USB flash drive or other USB devices like cameras, smartphones, and external hard drives, you've probably seen Windows request you to safely remove the device as opposed to simply unplugging it from the PC when you are done. How important is this? Very.
In this week's TechTip, we are going to take a quick look at a simple and inexpensive change that can give your team vast improvements in productivity. Making the transition from a single monitor to a dual monitor may be one of the best technological enhancements you can do for your desktop. This relatively cost-effective upgrade can offer a lot of extra productivity and allow your team to get more done.
Getting fit is going high-tech these days, with new gadgets that are actually cool to wear instead of looking like the hunks of junk your grandma wears when mall walking. Plus, they’re going very social with online workouts and apps that track your progress and allow you to compete against your friends. Here are four new high-tech gadgets that may help you get in beach-body shape by spring: