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10 best practices for Twitter

10 best practices for Twitter

Many business owners looking to launch, or expand their social media presence, quickly find out that only interacting with one platform is not the best strategy. Instead, they branch out, join all the major platforms and quickly find that each is vastly different and can be a challenge to master.

CryptoWall: a new security threat

CryptoWall: a new security threat

Is your business secure from the latest malware and security threats? The truth of the matter is that there is always a chance that your business and systems can be attacked and breached by a variety of security threats. One of the more common threats of last year was a nasty piece of ransomware called Cryptolocker.

Phone systems for your business

Phone systems for your business

Communication is a vital part of business. While customers certainly appreciate digital systems like email and chat, there are times when simply talking to someone is preferable. Because of this, and the fact that many businesses will always have customers who prefer to talk, most businesses do need a phone system.

Facebook updates Likes for businesses

Facebook updates Likes for businesses

Earlier this summer, Facebook announced a fairly large change to the rules surrounding their popular Like feature and how business with Facebook Pages are using it limit access to certain information – a practice called Like-gating. If your business has a Facebook Page, you should be paying attention to this update which came into effect on November 5, 2014. Here is an overview of Facebook’s change to the way Likes now work.

Investing in 3 main IT areas

Investing in 3 main IT areas

IT is in a near constant state of evolution, largely because of the sheer number of technology-based systems and products released on a weekly basis. This fast-paced development has led to the creation of three major IT areas. It is essential that companies invest in these three areas if they want their business to succeed.

Gamification and small businesses

Gamification and small businesses

When it comes to running a business, you likely thrive on customer and employee interaction. If your customers aren’t active, or employees are struggling to interact with each other and customers, you could be facing a downward spiral. One way companies try and reverse this stagnation, while simultaneously gaining important and useful data, is through gamification.

BCP technology – when to upgrade

BCP technology – when to upgrade

When it comes to business continuity plans, many companies need technology in order to support their plan and systems such as backups and recovery. While this technology may be in place to support current continuity needs, there will come a time when this needs to be upgraded.

Types of business apps to install

Types of business apps to install

Mobile technology like phones and tablets has become essential for businesses of all sizes. If you have a smartphone or tablet, you are not only more mobile, but can also be more productive. While these devices are being integrated in higher numbers, it really is the apps that enable users to do more.