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Safari 101: Keyboard shortcuts

Safari 101: Keyboard shortcuts

With the recent launch of OS X Yosemite, Apple also released a number of new software updates, including a new version of their Internet browser – Safari. What is really great about Safari, as with all other Apple apps, is that there are a large number of useful keyboard shortcuts that make using the browser just that much easier.

License audit emails from Microsoft

License audit emails from Microsoft

One of the biggest IT expenses for many small businesses is software. Some companies require thousands of dollars of software, which can quickly compound when you hire new employees. Businesses who have purchased Microsoft software may soon be receiving a letter from the tech giant asking for a systems audit.

Windows Server bug discovered

Windows Server bug discovered

Earlier this year, the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) bug Heartbleed caused quite a stir when it was discovered. While the majority of systems affected by this bug have been patched, and are now secure from it, news has recently broke of a similar bug affecting Microsoft Windows Servers.

10 best practices for Twitter

10 best practices for Twitter

Many business owners looking to launch, or expand their social media presence, quickly find out that only interacting with one platform is not the best strategy. Instead, they branch out, join all the major platforms and quickly find that each is vastly different and can be a challenge to master.

Computer apps now open Drive files

Computer apps now open Drive files

Google Drive, while an incredibly useful cloud storage and collaboration app, has one major limitation: You can’t use apps installed on your computer to open and edit files directly in the cloud. In a recent blog post by Google, the company announced a new Drive feature that allows users to open files saved in Drive using apps installed on their desktop.

CryptoWall: a new security threat

CryptoWall: a new security threat

Is your business secure from the latest malware and security threats? The truth of the matter is that there is always a chance that your business and systems can be attacked and breached by a variety of security threats. One of the more common threats of last year was a nasty piece of ransomware called Cryptolocker.

Looking at Google Inbox

Looking at Google Inbox

Gmail, whether for personal or business use, is one of the most popular email services in the world. Many people believe that Gmail is actually one of the main reasons web-based email has become so popular. The problem with this is that so much of what we do and who we meet involves emailing and therefore it’s not big surprise that so many of us struggle to manage our inboxes, or even respond adequately to important messages.