1. Microsoft capitulates and some angst over Office 2013 is relieved

    Reacting to customer feedback, Microsoft has decided to change the license policy for Office 2013. That post noted a change in license policy for Microsoft Office 2013 which said: A single user copy of Office 2013 is licensed to a single machine, not to a single user. Officially: The software...
  2. How to find duplicates in Excel

    Takeaway: You’ll need more than one trick up your sleeve to find duplicates in Excel.   In the duplicate world, definition means everything. That’s because a duplicate is subjective to the context of its related data. Duplicates can occur within a single column, across multiple columns, or complete records. There’s no...
  3. 5 tips to be prepared for disaster

    It seems that natural disasters are happening at a higher frequency than ever before. This could be because of climate change or the fact that news can travel around the world in seconds, or any other number of reasons. Business continuity – ensuring your business can stay operational during adverse...
  4. notification@faceboook, new malware hack

    Malware is an ever present threat that PC, and to a lesser extent Mac, users have to live with. There is a high chance that your computer will at one time come under attack, or you will inadvertently install a piece of malware. There’s a new scheme you should be...
  5. Enhance output with managed print

    Printing, when one thinks about it, is an important part of any company’s infrastructure. Many infrastructure elements of companies have been integrated with technology to make them more efficient, or reduce operating costs. This isn’t true for printing, many companies struggle with high printing costs, or inefficient output. Managed print...
  6. Prepare for the worst with BCP

    Disasters happen on a daily basis. Sometimes they’re big, wiping out communities, other times they’re small, affecting one online machine or computer. No matter the size of disaster, it pays for businesses, especially small businesses, to prepare for the worst. The only problem is, many small businesses don’t prepare and...
  7. Better security due to authentication

    The recent LinkedIn password breach and the various Mac and Windows Trojan horses have many small business managers wondering if their data is actually safe. Even if you take steps to ensure safety, they may not be enough and your data may still be at risk. One method companies could...
  8. BI could help your business survive

    A smart organization is one that can act in a proactive manner to take advantage of rising trends and stay ahead of their competition. One way an organization can remain proactive is through the use of Business Intelligence (BI). Interestingly, many small businesses don’t implement BI and have found themselves...


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