There comes a time when your business needs to upgrade its technology. Holding out for as long as possible might seem beneficial for your wallet, but in the end, it’s much more cost-effective to replace outdated and inefficient technology before it winds up becoming a liability. In many cases, businesses might not even realize how much their outdated technology is hurting their bottom line. How can you know with certainty that it’s time to upgrade your technology?
We are going back to basics this month, to talk about everything you need to know to get started with MS Project productively. So many times we get caught up in our planning, and don’t have time to really learn the fundamental concepts of the program.
Google Contacts is a useful tool that allows you to share your contacts with other users. In fact, it’s a great tool in general for any professional who is always on the move, and has to have access to a set of work contacts through an Android device. Today, we’ll help you import and export your Google Contacts to a different Google or Outlook account.
We are excited to announce that the search is over and we’ve found our new location! It's just a couple miles down the road from where we are now. We won’t physically move until the end of May, but we’re excited to share this news with our friends.
Happy April Fool’s Day! It’s a time to celebrate pranks, practical jokes, and laughter. Therefore, we thought we’d mix it up a bit and seek out technology advice from the funniest and the furriest CEO we know, Old Spice’s wolf-dog hybrid, Mr. Wolfdog!
We had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the Akron Chapter of the AITP meeting last week. The title of Bob’s presentation was “Bridging the Gap between Business and IT” and he talked about how much value an understanding of the business brings to an IT Professional.
Not everybody has immediate access to batteries, outlets, power adaptors and cables. Some in developing countries have to go miles to a recharging center (or the price is prohibitive). Solar converters would be nice, but the convenience of carrying around several square feet of solar panels (and hoping for sunny days) isn’t always possible.
I like Astronomy, I like Cosmology (study of the universe and its origins). This is a decent book that offers a tour of the universe both in terms of size (from micro particle level to macro systems, galaxies and galactic clusters) as well as time (what happened “in the beginning?”) and space.
Every time that you purchase a new piece of business technology, you’re faced with a choice: go with a product that’s been around for awhile, and thus, is cheaper, or pay a little extra for the latest solution. We like to encourage business owners to go with the latest tech because it saves them money in the long run – an IT concept known as “future proofing.”