Do You Allow Employees To Use Their Own Devices For Work?

The evolution of personal mobile devices and the rise of how necessary they are to business success these days are forcing many small business owners to make a choice. BYOD or COPE? Or “Bring Your Own Device” vs.

Shiny New Gadget Of The Month: Microcone

Transcribe Meetings In An Instant With The New Dev-Audio Microcone

If there's anything worse than attending a long, boring meeting, it has to be transcribing it from an audio recording. Now this can be done instantly thanks to the new Australia-based Dev-Audio Microcone.

7 Ways To Add Value To Your Job

Adding value to your job – making your contribution unique – is key to survival and success in a competitive job market. What could you do within your existing (or future) company to increase your value and influence? The seven job skills that follow won’t mean you necessarily work harder, but that you work differently and more creatively.

5 Smart Tips For Mobile Devices

If you’re planning on heading out of town – or simply to the coffee shop to work – here are a few tips to keep in mind.

Protect your devices from thieves. All mobile devices should be passcode-protected and loaded with apps that will help you track and find them in case they get lost or stolen.

What To Do When Your Inbox Is FULL Of Important Messages You Don’t Want To Delete

There’s no doubt about it: e-mail has become the single most important communication tool for businesses. But messages pile up quick, taking up storage space that can be expensive to back up. And since deleting everything isn't always an option when certain threads contain important info about projects, contracts and client communications, the smartest option it to archive your inbox.

Shiny New Gadget Of The Month "PowerMat Charger"

Do you and your family have a number of devices that all need charging at once? Then look into getting a PowerMat for your home or office. Instead of plugging your devices in, simply lay them on the PowerMat and they’ll all charge simultaneously, eliminating the need to play power cord roulette and fight over outlets to charge your devices.

Don’t “Love" Spending Money On New Servers, Backup Devices And IT Upgrades?

(Maybe It’s Time To Move To The Cloud)

As hurtful as it feels to us, we know that no one likes spending money on IT. Sure we all want our laptops, e-mail and applications secure, running fast and readily available 24-7-365, but your friends aren’t going to visit your office and oooh and ahhhh over your new server, and it certainly won’t provide you hours of entertainment or bragging rights at your next high school reunion.