Microsoft wants Office 2016 to be the last office productivity suite you will ever need. For years we've been promised wonderful benefits from cloud computing, and Microsoft Office 2016 is trying to deliver on those promises. Here are 10 things you should know about how it plans to make that happen.
As any business owner knows, arranging, organising and even using a new point-of-sale (POS) system can be a headache. Fortunately, those behind the devices are working to streamline the user experience.
There effects have paid off in the form of innovations like tap-and-pay, remote EFTPOS terminals and even table-based cash drawers to speed up the payment process. But now we have a dilemma: Choosing the best solution for our needs.
Start by deciding what you need from your POS system and how you will use it.
With the rise of ransom-ware, malware and other online evils, these simple steps will raise your online defences to maximum.
All too often we turn out to be our own worst enemy - cutting corners, clicking suspect dodgy links and downloading untrustworthy material, we are honestly bring it on ourselves. So here are a few good habits that will help prevent you from falling prey to today's cyber-villains;
Uncertain times call for wise planning in IT.
Global political uncertainty and flat company revenues means budget will be stalled for the near future, affecting investment in not just products but people. It sounds dire: however, four clear areas remain relevant and important when spending on IT for 2017;
Mac and Windows which should I purchase? This is a question we are regularly ask by many business owners - If you are looking to purchase a computer for your business, it is helpful to know how the two operating systems differ.