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Are you ready for Windows Server 2003 end of service?

Are you ready for Windows Server 2003 end of service?

Goodbye old friend. July 2015 will mark the end of Windows Server 2003 Extended Support. What does that mean to you if you're a current owner of Server 2003? It means that there will be no more security patches or updates, putting your whole business at risk of new threats or viruses as well as potential performance problems due to incompatibilities with newer software and applications.

Business apps – 5 Common types

Business apps – 5 Common types

Mobile devices like smartphones and tablets have become essential tools to almost every business manager and owner. Regardless of the system you use, there are hundreds of different types of apps out there. From the simple to the complex, it can be a task to pick the types of apps to install on your phone.

iOS 8 101: Notifications Center

iOS 8 101: Notifications Center

iOS 8 has, like other versions of iOS, added and improved upon features. One of the biggest changes has to be the drastic improvement of the Notifications Center. With the most recent release, this Center has seen a number of changes, including the introduction of widgets that allow users to truly customize how this feature functions.

Diagnostic tool helps your analytics

Diagnostic tool helps your analytics

Most business owners are aware that while having a website is a great start to an online presence, you need to often be taking it further and trying to figure out if your website and content is actually working the way you want it to be. This often means looking at who is visiting your site and how they are interacting with it.

Facebook post perfection

Facebook post perfection

Businesses on Facebook have many different goals as to why they use the platform, but there is one thing in common that they all strive for: The perfect post. The issue with finding the ‘perfect post’ is that it can be actually quite difficult, especially when you take into account the large amount of data out there.

New security flaw leads to Shellshock

New security flaw leads to Shellshock

In late spring of this year news broke of the biggest security issue to date – Heartbleed. Many companies leapt to secure themselves from this, but the fallout from it is still being felt. That being said, there is a new, even bigger, security problem called Shellshock that all businesses need to now be aware of.

Overview of mobile payment systems

Overview of mobile payment systems

Businesses, like restaurants, boutique fashion stores, and even some delivery operations have flocked to mobile payment systems largely because you don’t have to invest in expensive Point of Sale equipment and can instead run it all from a device like an iPad.

Windows 10 Preview Is Out

Windows 10 Preview Is Out

Very recently, Microsoft showcased the latest update to its operating system Windows 10. The reviewers were neither overjoyed nor disappointed. This preview was simply technical, and signals that more work is definitely needed before the new OS hits the market shelves.

Which apps drain iPad’s battery?

Which apps drain iPad’s battery?

For iPad 2 and newer users, you are likely already aware of the fact that iOS 8 has been released, and are probably already using it. While the new version of the popular system introduces a number of great changes and features, there has been reports that the update has led to some older devices seeing a drop in their battery life.