Tired of your employees checking email in your meetings? Disappointed that your staff waste time logging onto Facebook while you’re going over company strategies? You’re not the only one
How much would you pay to shield your smartphone from accidental drops and bumps? How about $35? That’s the amount you’d need to pay for the latest in smartphone-protection science, based on a recent feature by the New York Times’ Gadgetwise blog.
As the owner of a small business, you have the technology available to know what Web sites your workers visit while sitting at their desks. You can monitor how they use Twitter and Facebook. It’s also possible to tap into their smart phones to find out where they physically are during the day
Your business phone is quiet. Customers aren’t sending you e-mail messages. Even worse, no one’s spending money at your store
Do you prefer cooking at home to going out to restaurants? When you cook, do you turn to the latest gadgets to make whipping up dinner a less difficult task?
When is it time to shut off the smartphone, place the tablet in your desk drawer and shut the lid on the laptop? A newly released column in the New York Times suggests that we could all use the occasional tech break. The reason?
Evernote is a great tool for saving important information.
You are aware that the updates that Windows automatically downloads are very important. They often contain important anti-virus protections designed to keep cybercriminals away from your computer and software. Nonetheless it can be annoying when Windows automatically restarts your computer after every update
Bitcoins have garnered big press lately. And why not?
Planning a vacation? Going to bring your laptop, smartphone or tablet with you? Then you need to invest in an external battery pack