The holiday season is in the air. It’s about time you got that special business owner in your life a present, whether it’s your boss or a family member. To save you from some unneeded stress, we’ve put together this list of the best technology gifts for a business owner.
Opportunistic cybercriminals love this time of year just as much as anyone who can’t stop quoting “Elf” or belting out Christmas carols at inappropriate times. The holidays mean lots of people are shopping. Which also means they’re entering their credit card information often. While you’re shopping, use these identity theft protection tips to your advantage.
It’s no secret that we love user-friendly smartphone and computer apps that make our lives easier. We’ve written two blogs about productivity apps in the past (which you can read here and here), and now we’re back to talk about choosing the right budget app.
Any business that deals with sensitive information has to be cautious with it. One way confidential data can be made secure is through file encryption. Your Microsoft Office files are a good place to start.
Despite widespread paranoia about Internet security, people share a remarkable amount of sensitive personal information on their social networking profiles. Usually, this isn’t on purpose. Many people don’t fully understand how to tweak social media privacy settings to keep their information confidential.
Using the Internet to shop has become increasingly popular over the years and shows no sign of slowing down. As you make your holiday purchases from the comfort of your own computer this year, be sure to remember these tips on how to know if a website is safe.
Nowadays, our computers are used for nearly everything. As a result, they contain a ton of our personal information. Information that we don’t want to fall into the wrong hands. Learning how to protect your computer is an invaluable skill that you’ll need for the rest of your life.
One criticism of Windows 10 is that its interface is catered largely to touchscreens. Though it’s a valid argument, traditional PC users still have plenty of keyboard shortcuts at their disposal, helping them save time and boost productivity.
A while back, we wrote a blog about five of our favorite productivity apps. We still love all the software listed in that blog, but there’s just so much more out there that we’d like to share. So without further ado, here are seven of the best Windows 10 apps for business.
If you’re having trouble loading a website, one of the first pieces of advice any tech expert will give you is to clear your browser cache. But what is a cache, why should you clear it and, most importantly, how do you clear it?