• 3 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your Company's Mobile Devices

    9 March 2016

    Effective mobility can allow your employees to stay connected 24/7 to work so they can access files to share and use from any location. Not only is this an useful tool for your employees, but it can result in increased productivity and profits for your business.  Here are some tips to ensure you get the most from your company's mobility.  Incorporate Mobility Management  Managing all of the devices that your employees use can be a headache.

  • Why You Need IFTA-Compatible GPS Trackers For Your Fleet Of Trucks

    8 March 2016

    Do you need an efficient way to keep track of your fleet of trucks when your employees are out making deliveries? You might want to consider placing GPS tracking devices that are compatible with the International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) on your trucks. In this article, learn more about the benefits of investing in GPS trackers that are IFTA-compatible for your trucks. Reporting Fuel Taxes to the Government Will Be Easier

  • Creating A Functional Home Office

    23 November 2015

    Running a home business is becoming more and more common. In fact, running a business from home is popular with both established business and start ups. Home based businesses account for 69% of startups and 59% of established businesses. Better technology has played a big role in people's ability to run a business from their home. Now it is easier than ever to connect with clients from all around the country, and even the world.

  • Want to Make Your Podcast Stand Out? Try These Simple Tips to Get Noticed

    13 November 2015

    Maybe you have decided you want to start a new career as an online personality, or perhaps you want to start a web series concerning the hobbies you are passionate about. Podcasting is a great way to reach a wide audience and get your message across. In order for your podcast to be a success and stand out, you need to follow a few simple tricks that just might get you noticed.

  • How to Replace the Motherboard on a Used Wireless Router

    24 September 2015

    Buying a pre-owned wireless router is a good way to save money, but you have to be prepared to replace some of the parts that are worn out if it is not working at the time of purchase. An essential part of a wireless router is the motherboard. The motherboard connects together all the circuitry needed to operate the router, and once it wears out, the router will no longer work.

  • Understanding Lag's Impact On Gaming

    25 August 2015

    Online gaming has blossomed into a massive industry, allowing players from around the world to work together, fight each other or socialize via the Internet. In addition to the specific computer requirements needed to play games, online gaming requires a stable Internet connection to get the best play experience. If you computer meets the recommended specifications and you're still having performance issues, consider a few issues related to Internet capacity. Lag: The Undying Enemy Of Online Gamers

  • Should My Company Make The Switch To Rigid Flex Circuit Boards?

    19 August 2015

    Advancements in technology have made consumers more reliant than ever before on electronic devices. If you are in the business of manufacturing these electronic devices, then you know how important it is to use the right components if you want your products to last. Rigid flex circuit boards are becoming more popular among producers today, but how do you know if making the switch to these types of circuit boards is the right move for your company?

  • Answer These Big Questions For Legacy Modernization

    23 July 2015

    How do companies deal with requirements to modernize ancient or failing legacy software systems? If you're looking into this type of IT upgrade, take a look at these design questions that often come up when migrating from an old legacy system to a new cloud connected or otherwise improved state-of-the-art IT architecture. What Does Your Legacy System Do? One of the biggest questions is what kinds of functionality the new system will have to preserve for an operating business.

  • Designing A Budget Computer For Efficient Gaming

    10 June 2015

    If you're not an absolute expert at computer design, the idea of a gaming computer may sound like an expensive investment. Unless you're actively participating in tournaments and broadcasting regular videos about games with high graphics, the cost isn't that much beyond the standard retail computer cost. Before buying into the market hype of gaming computer buzzwords and expensive-looking (but mostly cosmetic) cases, keep a few concepts of computer design in mind to buy and install the parts you need.

  • Examining Tablet Poor Performance

    3 April 2015

    Smartphones, tablet computers and other mobile devices are still relatively new to the consumer electronics scene. Outside of the old art and architecture tablets, most of the consumer mobile devices aren't even 10 years old yet; the tech world is still figuring out how long they last and how they perform in old age. Whether you're using an old or new phone, there are a few symptoms and troubleshooting concepts that need to be understood before rushing out to get a new device.