Not so long ago, the term Artificial Intelligence brought to mind images of human-like robots, talking spaceships and mechanical assassins sent back from the future through a rip hole in the time/space continuum. With examples like those in our collective subconscious, it’s no wonder AI used to seem like science fiction – a far fetched idea generated in someone’s imagination that could only ever come to life on the big screen.Read More
Technology changes so fast that putting together an “industry trends” list can be a difficult thing to do. Every time we turn around (or scroll through our news feeds) something new and mind-blowing is announced in the world of IT. But at the start of a new year it’s only natural to look ahead and cast a few predictions about what’s in store, in this case not only to effectively take full advantage of new technology, but to consider how advances in IT will impact the landscape in terms of jobs as well. Savvy professionals know that staying relevant in the industry means staying on top of IT trends. And if you’re someone who is planning to work in IT, there’s no better time to starting training on emerging technologies.Read More
Community is an essential part of the human experience. It’s easy to overlook the impact our communities have on us as individuals and on society at large, but the connection is direct and undeniable. The healthier, happier and more functional our community is, the healthier, happier and more functional we all tend to be. When we actively support others, we are in fact helping ourselves.Read More
Office 365 makes business run smoothly.
Regardless of size communication and data collaboration are two must haves for any business.But how do you choose the right plan?
Let's find out.Read More
Everything you need to know about Microsoft’s latest integrated systems solution
As your company continues to grow, it's natural for your software, IT and information systems needs to grow along with it. After all, as more data comes in through sales, marketing and inventory management, that needs to be properly analyzed and stored in order to be used for creating business growth.Read More
What is CRM software and how can it help you market for growth?
There are plenty of acronyms in the world of IT, but one every growing business should be familiar with is a CRM, or Customer Relationship Management. In layman’s terms, a CRM is a technology that is designed to help you manage your company’s relationships and interactions with both new and potential customers, all with a singular goal in mind: gaining and retaining new business. CRM systems work to help businesses stay connected with new and potential customers, streamline sales and communication processes, and ultimately, increase profitability.Read More
15 Home Gadgets That Will Improve Your Home Office
To get the best results you need the best tools, and that includes tech. Whether you are at the office or working from home, the best tech can enhance your productivity, security, comfort, and entertainment.
Here is a list of our favourite smart home gadgets.Read More
Maintain your IT needs through growth and keep costs manageable.
It’s every SMB’s worst nightmare: an IT infrastructure failure where both valuable data and valuable time is lost. Most smaller businesses today are relying on data backup methods that are outdated and vulnerable, few are aware of what a full disaster recovery or business continuity plan is. Often business owners mistakenly assume that backing up their data is a business continuity plan – but there is a difference between backups and business continuity, and if you’re a small or medium size business owner, it’s important you understand what that difference is.Read More
How to best manage your company’s growth with technology.
When it comes to successfully managing a company’s growth, most business owners know they need a plan.Read More
Even in the age of computers a lot of office work still relies on the phone system. Whether you are reaching out to a client or touching base with colleagues far and wide the phone is still essential to the running of any business. More and more companies are moving away from traditional landlines and adopting VoIP phone systems. VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) phones are phones in the traditional sense, but they also do so much more. VoIP systems can be used to share files and host video and web conferences.Read More