Category Prasana William

Take Advantage of the New Year to Communicate Future System Updates

To staff, it can seem like there’s always a program or operating system pinging them to update. We know it’s dangerous to put off upgrading, but to others it may feel like a time-consuming task. Take advantage of the coming new year to communicate to staff any updates you know of coming in the next […]

Improve the Impact of Data Visualization with Color

Your business intelligence software should be gathering the data you need your company’s progress, but how do you use that data to tell your success story to investors, executives, and potential clients? Data visualization is key to showing, not telling, your company’s story, but no matter what type of chart you use it is a […]

On a Scale of 1 to 10…Taking the Pain Out of Year-end Employee Evaluations

It’s that time of year again: yearly progress evaluations. No one likes to brag about themselves (and if you have an employee who does, maybe you should reconsider…) and filling out self-evaluations can add stress during the hectic holiday season—leading to less than insightful responses. Here are a few tips to take the pressure off: […]

Microsoft’s New Surface Book 2 Could Change Your Hardware Needs

Microsoft released the latest addition to its Surface line of products late last week with the Surface Book 2. The notebook drew immediate comparisons to Apple’s MacBook Pro for its powerful features made for heavy design work, like photo or video editing. The new generation is basically the same design, but with a few changes, […]

Simple Steps for Performing a Website Audit

The rapidly changing nature of the web can make it easy to forget that your web presence needs to be periodically updated and optimized for your visitors. Redesigning can’t happen every year, but you can perform an audit on your site to make incremental improvements over time. Here are a few simple things to check […]

Follow Up: iOS 11.1 Update Patches KRACK Vulnerability

While the world prepared for the launch of iPhone X, Apple rolled out another useful product this week: an update to iOS 11. Originally launched in September, this iOS upgrade has been updated five times. Though iOS 11.1 is not a major update (that will be iOS 11.2) it does feature some useful fixes and […]

Refresh Your Approach to Wi-Fi to Protect from KRACK Attacks

Recent research has brought to light a vulnerability in WPA2, the security certification commonly used alongside WPA. Key reinstallation attacks (KRACK) can bypass WPA2 to access wireless attached devices and gain personal information like passwords and credit card numbers. This can also extract sensitive data that was assumed to be encrypted and inject malware or […]