Category Software

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 […]

How to Block the Cyber-Bandit

How often do your employees open the door for a bandit? More often than you realize even if you’re a small to medium business. Your salesperson can’t resist clicking on the email from a highly regarded company indicating interest in your product. Except that email isn’t from that prize company, it’s from a cyber bandit. […]

Microsoft Announces Surface Laptop

Clocking in at just 2.76 pounds with a 13.5” display, the new Surface Laptop from Microsoft is clearly designed with portability in mind. The new device is being called Microsoft’s answer to the Macbook Air, but this true laptop boasts many interesting features of its own. Design The first thing you notice about the Surface […]

Dropbox Launches New Collaboration Tool: Paper

In recent years, Dropbox has been expanding its services from cloud storage to enterprise business solutions. With Paper, the company offers its first collaboration tool. Similar to Google Docs in function, Paper offers a document editor and project management features like a timeline of edits, collaborator bubbles, and more. Eventually, the program will also offer […]

FreshBooks Delivers Mobile Accounting

It may not be the newest accounting software service, but FreshBooks is still at the top of its game, especially on mobile. Its recent 2016 update is aimed at self-employed professionals and small teams. If you like to fit your invoicing in between meetings, and enter receipts before the waiter returns your card, having a full-featured mobile accounting […]

Your Data Tells the Story with Google’s Data Studio

Earlier this year, Google Data Studio was released to provide businesses with a way to share data internally and externally. Part of Google Analytics Solutions, the beta data visualization tool is available as Data Studio 360 for large businesses and as a free version for small businesses and individuals. The tool uses your data, from […]