Does your company need an Xbox One? Will the new gaming console make your office a more productive one? Odd questions, since of course, the Xbox One is for gamers. But as PC World writer Christopher Null states in a recent story, Microsoft is pitching its new video-game console as a business tool as well as a gaming system.
Why would businesses need an Xbox One?
Tackling the most vexing printer problems
We all want to give our printers a good kick from time to time. How many times do you hit the “print” button and then watch as your printer sits quietly, ruining your day and your productiveness? Luckily for us, PCMag writer Tony Hoffman understands your pain.
What matters most? Quantity or quality?
It’s always been a difficult tug-of-war: You want your business to thrive. But do you do it by putting out as many goods and services as you can, or do you instead emphasize quality, producing a smaller number of items while doing so? ITWorld writer Matthew Mombrea takes up this debate in a recent column.
Don’t want to give up Windows XP? You’re not alone
The big day for fans of the Windows XP operating system comes April 8 of 2014. That's when Microsoft will no longer offer support for the much-cherished operating system. Microsoft, obviously, wants users to upgrade to one of the company's newer operating systems.
Which smart phone should you buy? Who cares?
Content contributed by: Tyson Rasanen, The Fulcrum Group Renewals Specialist
The type of phone you choose can make a world of difference in how you operate. Here are a couple of different phone “types” to consider, along with some pluses and minuses of each.
Tired of your screen? It’s time for new wallpaper
How long have you been staring at the same desktop wallpaper? If it's been years, it could be time for upgrading. Luckily, the writers at the lifehacker Web site have listed some of the best places online to find free desktop wallpapers. Read the list so that you'll have no excuse for having a dull desktop.
How An Almost–Disaster Inspired Us To Take A Closer Look At Our BDR
One morning 6 years ago helped validate my perspective on the importance of system backups and disaster recovery. There was nothing special about this particular morning. I was getting ready for work as usual, when I received a call at 7:15am from our Office Manager.
The death of the PC? Not really
You may think the PC era is just about over if you believe everything you read in the tech media.