Archive for April, 2014

Governments Advise Against Internet Explorer

It seems like bugs are a common occurrence in cyberspace recently and the latest affects the world’s most popular web browser, Internet Explorer. Software giant Microsoft recently confirmed that a […]

Circling the Wagons: Defending Your Digital Boundaries

It has been claimed that over 30,000 websites are hacked every day, and there’s little reason to believe that it will stop increasing any time soon. Fortunately, network security has […]

Bitcoins - What's that?

By Shelley Iverson When I think of Bitcoins, I think of the coins that are collected when playing Super Mario. In Super Mario I know what the coins are, how […]

Why Do Americans Distrust Tech Companies?

Americans used to admire technology and had great respect for the companies responsible for bringing that technology to the consumers. Over the years, this respect has faltered and in many […]

Eight Tips For Savings In Your Company’s Overhead That Can Noticeably Impact Profits

If you own your own business, you know that overhead costs have a way of creeping up on you. A little bit here, a little bit there, and before you […]

Doing Business Internationally – Why Small Business Shouldn't Be Afraid

In the early 1980's, when China was first stirring from its long slumber, doing business internationally was a fairly complex undertaking with lots of moving parts. Of course, those were […]

Four Out of Style Business Ideas Which Deserve to Make a Comeback

If you’ve been brainstorming some ways to make potential customers stand up and take notice, then instead of trying to peer forward into the future to see how you can […]

Head in the Cloud? – Three Profit Driving Things the Cloud Can Do that You Haven’t Thought of Yet

It’s probable that you’ve been delaying the inevitable. That dreaded day when you’d have to sit down and come to grips with what all the buzz about cloud computing actually […]

Replace Windows XP without upgrading windows?

By: Don Schultz So, you still have Windows XP machines somewhere doing trivial tasks that you just can't seem to justify their cost for replacement? Maybe you do... I can't fault you for […]

When Technology Lets You Down: What Makes for a Robust Backup Plan?

As a business owner, you’ve invested a lot in the technology driving your business. From the computers you use to run your back office to the automated manufacturing machines making […]