Archive for December, 2012

Businesses Don’t Have to Be Dramatic: How to Keep It Under Control

Actually, every business does have to have drama. It’s part of running a business that has multiple facets, people, and plans. It’s just part of life, and it’s okay. However, […]

Need More Eyes on Your Content? Try StumbleUpon

Have you ever stumbled around on StumbleUpon? It’s one of the most well-known and popular discovery engines. You can get lost for hours on random pages that the engine pulls […]

5 parts of a secure social media policy

Social media has become incredibly popular, and users have come to expect that businesses have a presence on different services. If they don't, they could be missing out on valuable […]

How to save money on IT – part 2

Last week we posted part one of our three part article on how to save money on IT in the coming year. That article covered ways you can maximize the […]

Changes introduced to Facebook

Do you like change? According to Facebook: Of course you do. Regardless of whether you like things to stay the same or not, Facebook is constantly developing and evolving. Sometimes […]

Bootable install disks for OS X

When it comes to computer operating systems, many companies are doing away with the install DVDs and allowing users to simply download the OS. This is a bit of a […]

5 tech oriented marketing trends for 2013

2012 is almost over, and for many that means it's time to wind the year down and spend some time with the family. Looming on the horizon however is 2013. […]

How to save money on IT – part 1

One of the constant struggles business owners and managers face is achieving a point of minimized costs and maximized profits. This strive has led to many to look at technology […]

Make Android yours: Custom home screens

When it comes to smartphones the average user is spoilt for choice. There are so many makes and models out there that picking the one that is right for you […]

New Windows Phone 8? Set it up

With the release of Windows 8, Microsoft hopes to begin a push to regain lost markets and create products people will want to buy. The desktop version of the OS […]