Cloud computing and cloud-based applications are steadily becoming more widely accepted and adopted by healthcare organizations across the globe. They are continually evolving to meet the growing requirements in the healthcare industry. And in recent years, many healthcare providers have shifted their resources to cloud platforms – for good reason.
For many small and medium sized business owners like yourself, Managed Services may be a confusing topic. You’ve likely heard that they can lead to greater productivity and profits, but are unsure as to just how they do this. If you’ve been confused for long enough, today you’ll finally understand the process by which Managed Services can lead your business to increased productivity and a higher bottom line.
Businesses that are winning in today’s marketplace are the ones that make technology work for them, not the other way round. When used correctly, technology can make every task much faster to execute, from communicating with customers to sending messages, gathering information, and more.
If you’re like most iPhone users, you’ve likely found yourself in the sticky situation where you need to charge your phone quickly, but only have access to a power supply for a short duration. While this can be a high anxiety producing situation for many, there is actually a way to speed up the rate at which your iPhone powers up.
If you have yet to hear, Apple will be releasing their new Mac OS later this year known simply as El Capitan. For some, the best news is that you don’t have to wait till the fall to try it out. Apple has released a beta version that is available to test now by signing up on their website for the Apple Beta Software Program.
Ever been infected by malware or a virus? For most internet users, the answer is probably yes. But what is the difference between all the cyber threats out there? What makes a virus different from a trojan or worm? And how can you protect your critical data and your business from these threats? If you’ve never been able to answer these questions, here’s the explanation you’ve been waiting for.
One of the best ways to present complex business data and reports is visualization. Good data visualization can significantly help users to take in a vast amount of information in a short period of time. But of course, not everyone is a data visualization expert, which is why much of the visual content we see nowadays is often ineffective and jam-packed with information.
The new iOS 9 is coming soon, according to Apple’s announcement in their annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC). The tech giant has made several additions and changes to iOS 9 in order to deliver a more convenient, personalized user experience.
With so much technology being utilized in the workspace today, it’s obvious that it has become a source of distraction for some employees, and is having a negative impact on productivity in the process. But is technology really all to blame? A new survey of 2,175 hiring and human resource managers released by CareerBuilder uncovers the real source of today’s most notorious productivity killers – and it’s not all technology.
Facebook has made it possible for companies to take their online presence to the next level. It allows businesses to showcase their products and services to targeted prospects more effectively. Despite that, many businesses are struggling with Facebook marketing, having spent large amounts of money on advertising and not getting the results they want.