So, today's tech article is on the heels of a few visits I made this week to clients suffering a computer virus. Each client had a different virus, but they were dealing with it much the same way. It occurs to me that many people probably react the exact same way to an infection, so it was high time to share some easy tips on what to do if and when you think your computer has been infected. Here are our 5 tips for dealing with a computer virus.
2015 is set to be an exciting new year for business technology. There are dramatic improvements in small business tech that will make life easer. However, thinking about it ahead of time can be a headache. Here are 5 reasons this new emerging technology will be less frustrating than what preceded it.
Well, I'm assuming most of you got some sort of new technology yesterday. Be it a phone, tablet, computer, smart TV, or smart watch, you've probably spent some time setting it up and readying it to fit into your everyday life. Here are a few tips from Visceral Concepts as you get used to your new gear.
I came across this article from RangerUp.com's Rhino Den on November 4th and felt it was something my readers would want to take a peek at. It's written by veteran Marty Skovlund, Jr of Blackside Concepts, and if you're like me, it will bring a tear to your eye. Enjoy!
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is sweeping the internet. However, it's more than a craze. Its a form of support and awareness for an awesome cause. It's also revealed the power of using challenges to publicize a charity. Have a read.
If you're thinking about creating a native app for your company, take a look at this list of things your customers will expect of it. It's a quick way to avoid angering them unnecessarily when trying to make things more convenient for them.
When life gives us lemons, we can't always make lemonade. Sometimes we have to explain the citrus smell emitting from our pockets and continue our work. Let's talk about how to handle work when life interrupts.
What sounds good this week? Do you prefer the idea of helping ex-cons become rehabilitated entrepreneurs? How about finding $17.9 million in small business contracts? What about finding an SBA loan for disaster relief? It's all a part of this week's news.
Over half of the small businesses in the country don't have a website. It's the absolute fastest way to cripple your company. We're talking about why that is and what you can do to make sure your company isn't crippled. Join us, won't you?