Monthly Archives: November 2016

Research Your Competition

Here’s a list of things you can research online to learn more about your market: Google your business. Is your website the first thing that comes up? If not, what does? Google some search terms related to your business. What comes up now? Search a map for businesses similar to yours. How many are in your part of […]

Microsoft Azure adds security features for Internet of Things

Microsoft Azure just added an IP address filtering feature to its IoT Hub. IoT stands for Internet of Things and refers to devices like cameras, routers, and smart thermostats. This update comes at an opportune moment, sandwiched between an unprecedented hack using Internet of Things devices, and the holiday gift-giving season which will likely flood […]

Preview Microsoft’s Paint 3D

Microsoft Paint is getting an update. With Paint 3D, Microsoft will likely give many people their first entry-level 3D modeling experience. While it won’t replace high-end graphics software, many users will feel more comfortable learning the basics of 3D with the kind of approachable, simple program that Paint 3D promises to be. It uses basic tools […]

Use Tech to Stay Productive This Holiday Season

The first holiday commercials have hit the airwaves and personal to-do lists involving turkeys and wrapping paper will soon have your staff racking up the stress. It’s easy to lose momentum during the holidays, but technology offers multiple solutions for keeping up productivity. Time and project management programs can keep your team producing, now and in […]

Big Hardware Announcements from Microsoft and Apple

Last week, both Microsoft and Apple rolled out new hardware and software that could reshape the way we use their products. Two hardware announcements stood out to experts: Microsoft Surface Studio The company’s first all-in-one PC, Surface Studio features a 28-inch screen and what Microsoft says is the thinnest screen in the world. It features a touch screen […]