Computer networks can be tricky things – all those layers of software, networking protocols, boxes of hardware, all of them interacting with each other in ways that can be difficult
No industry has seen its technology improve as quickly as the computer business has for the past 40 years. Every 18 months, according to a rule of thumb known as
When you’re considering buying and implementing a network, it’s a good idea to know the lay of the land before you start shopping. Computer networks designed for small and mid-sized
What’s a company without a presence on the World Wide Web? Invisible, pretty much. Invisible to current customers, and worse, invisible to customers-to-be, your business prospects.
Is your business on the
Phone expenses can drain a company’s budget. From long-distance costs to conference calls to the actual headsets themselves, prices can skyrocket in short order. Thankfully, some relief is available through
Is your company still using a “sneakernet?” Are your employees wearing out shoe soles walking files around the office? Then you may be a good candidate for a network. This
Though you might have your own company training programs, there may come a time when you want to bring in a professional trainer. These experts’ experience can bring numerous benefits
Ecommerce is an increasingly important component of any business. Forrester Research predicts that U.S. online retail sales will climb 10 percent year-over-year to hit $250 billion by the year 2014.
In this interactive world, email is one of the most significant ways that you maintain contact with your customers. Not only are there day-to-day communications, but much of your marketing
An item of considerable importance for businesses is the periodic upgrade of operating systems and office productivity software. For Windows users, two recently released upgrades to consider are Windows 7