Microsoft Exchange is proving to be a reliable and cost-effective email server service, but for many small businesses, the hardware costs that come with it are daunting. But fear not, as there’s a good way to still enjoy the benefits of Exchange without heavy server investments — and that’s hosted Exchange services. What is Microsoft […]
Maybe you ran out of phone memory so you need to transfer files from your mobile to your computer’s storage drive. Or maybe you need a bigger screen to work on something and your computer provides that. Whatever brought you to this page, here’s how to transfer files from your Android device to your computer. […]
You will see notifications and ads on Windows, regardless of the version you’re using. Some users don’t mind them, but others do. Even on File Explorer, you will see ads. You’ve probably wondered if there’s any way to remove them. We’ve got some good news for you: there is. Why are users getting these ads? […]
Microsoft Exchange is widely considered to be one of the best email and office support programs for on-premises servers. If you’re looking for a new email server solution, you’ve probably come across hosted Exchange. But what is it and how can it help? Let’s take a look. What is Microsoft Exchange? Microsoft Exchange is a […]
More hospital wireless networks are making use of mobile device management (MDM) software to monitor every device connected to their network, and for good reason, too. Here are the numerous benefits MDM offers to healthcare organizations. Compliance Governments have established several regulations, such as HIPAA, to protect patient records, but mobile devices are posing a […]
Receiving a notification that your computer is running out of disk space can be stressful — or even a real emergency if it happens while you’re working on an urgent task. The good news is regularly cleaning out your PC can free up drive space and help it run faster. One of the simplest ways […]
Imagine a workstation with papers, folders, food, and electronics all strewn around, then having to scour through everything to find an unlabeled thumb drive containing an important sales report. This is practically the same hassle you and your staff suffer when you have cluttered desktops.
So you’ve just unboxed your brand new laptop — what do you do next? Before you start using it to surf the internet or finish your tasks for the day, take these steps to optimize its performance and ensure it meets your needs.
1. Update your laptop’s operating system
One of the first things you should do before using your laptop is to update its operating system (OS). Assuming you did not purchase the laptop when it was first released, it will still be running an older OS. Because important patches and fixes are released with each new update, you must install the latest ones to ensure your laptop doesn’t have vulnerabilities that malicious third parties can exploit.
Microsoft 365 isn’t just a new name for the tech giant’s old product Office 365. The new software comes with chock-full of tools that will empower employees, protect data, and provide business leaders with comprehensive oversight and control. Check out its features below.
Microsoft keeps to its commitment to innovation, function, and form with its latest iteration of Windows 10, coming out in the last week of May 2020. Security patches and critical system updates come as standard, but users can also expect quite a few more changes to the operating system.
With businesses making adjustments due to the COVID-19 pandemic, concerns about data integrity of work from home (WFH) setups have multiplied. But as long as you can properly configure Windows and Office, your business data will always remain protected.
Don’t be so quick to dump that old computer! Despite being slow and clunky, your old desktop or laptop may still add value to your business. There are many uses for old PC hardware, and here are five of them. Make a NAS server Network-attached storage (NAS) is a server for your small business network […]