How Much Ink Is Left in That Dead Cartridge?

You’ve probably had this experience: Your printer tells you it’s time to change the cartridge, but you dismiss the message and keep printing. Days or weeks later, you’re still using the same cartridge and thinking to yourself that rumors of its death were greatly exaggerated. Read the story on Entrepreneur.com… Published with permission from TechAdvisory.org. […]

What can Web 2.0 mean to small businesses

It’s almost impossible to find a company today that does not have a website that provides at least information about the company and ways to make contact. This is known as Web Technology 1.0, and it favors large businesses with significant resources to apply to their web presence. Today, meet Web 2.0, the next generation […]

R-and-D Tax Credit Makes Technology Upgrades More Affordable

A one-dollar reduction in the after-tax cost of research and development creates an additional dollar of new spending in the short term and two dollars of additional spending in the long term, according to the Council of Regional Information Technology Associations (CRITA)—but what small business can afford R&D in times like these? Those who use […]

Inbox Rules

Reading this article will help you take control of email by reducing unwanted email and making your email time more productive. If you’ve never experienced the feeling of drowning in emails, then you are an exception. If this has never happened to you, publish your email address in a couple of sites where spambots get […]

Email Best Practices

Why you should care… Email is perhaps the most important productivity tool available – yet its potential as a time waster is well known. It’s essential that you master this critical business tool and make it work of you. Email is one of the most indispensable collaboration tools for any business. Email has become such […]

Cloud Users Need to Ask These 3 Questions

Cloud security tips The forecast is pleasantly cloud-y for today’s businesses, as more and more choose offsite cloud storage solutions. And for good reason: The cloud is economical, user-friendly, and incredibly convenient — everything a growing organization could want! Almost. Think of the “silver lining” analogy in reverse. Remote storage is definitely a big, wonderful, […]

Corporate Culture and Remote Workers

Building loyalty without a water cooler A decade ago “The Office” was only an oddly relevant and hilarious caricature of day-to-day corporate life. Today it’s also a time capsule of a bygone era when a full team worked in the same office all week long and bonded over water cooler chat (about beets?). Remote workers […]

Cloud vs. On-Premise Data Storage

You know someone who lives by the adage “If it ain’t broke, why fix it?” But you also know someone (probably with an English degree) who says, “He who hesitates is lost.” So who’s right? Do the tried and true security benefits of on-premise data storage make it the best choice for your organization? Or […]