Moving to a New Office: Your IT Checklist

So you’re ready to move to a new office? You’ve nabbed the perfect location, scheduled a moving company, notified your staff and customers, and now there’s just one thing left to do…organize your IT relocation. Sound overwhelming? It doesn’t have to be! Whether your IT department consists of one person, or you have a Managed… Read more »

Windows 10 Brings Cortana to Life

Say Hello to Cortana Recently, Microsoft announced their plans to make Cortana a fundamental part of Windows 10 when it is released in Fall 2015. According to Microsoft, the software will be designed to become more familiar with users as time goes by and customize recommendations based on the user’s tastes and day-to-day interactions. Although… Read more »

Google Calendar for iPhone: A Breathtaking Calendar for Gmail Lovers

Google Calendar for iPhone is Here! On March 10, Google launched a dedicated calendar app for the iPhone and Gmail fans rejoiced! Google Calendar for iPhone is a beautiful calendar app that joins a lengthy list of well-designed, highly-functional Google apps on iOS that perform as well as, if not better than Apple’s default options. Just like… Read more »

Android for Work: Google Makes a Play for the Mobile Enterprise Market

Does Your Business Run on Android? Most people use their smartphones or tablets as essential tools to help complete important work tasks like checking email, editing documents, and approving deals. But for the majority of users, smartphones and tablets are vastly underutilized in the workplace as their business and innovation potential remains largely untapped. Google hopes… Read more »

Net Neutrality: What the FCC’s Ruling Means For You

Broadband is now a public utility On February 26, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed new net neutrality regulations designed to safeguard the free flow of content on the internet. The FCC’s vote causes fixed broadband lines to be reclassified under Title II of the Telecommunications Act. This means internet service providers (ISPs) and mobile broadband… Read more »

What is HTTP/2 and How Will it Speed Up Your Web Browsing?

The first major change to HTTP in 16 years has been finalized! After years of development, HTTP/2 has been formally approved. According to an update by Mark Nottingham (the chair of the IETF HTTP Working Group), HTTP/2 has been officially finalized and has moved toward being fully standardized. The previous version (HTTP/1.1) was adopted in… Read more »

How to Sync Shared Google Calendars to Your iOS Device

3, 2, 1…Sync! If your business has embraced Google Apps as part of its workflow, then you probably know about the ability to create and share calendars with others. Shared calendars help keep teams organized and allow users to subscribe to public events. Most people crave the ability to access their shared calendars from their mobile devices…. Read more »