What will the iPhone 6 Be Like?

Apple enthusiasts are waiting with baited breath for the release of the iPhone 6. As ever, speculation is rampant about the new product, what it will look like and what new features it will have. Below is a rundown of the different rumors, and how likely each are of being true.

Are You Using Videos To Onboard New Employees?

Most small businesses give new team members an Employee Handbook that outlines (in approximately 43 mind-numbing pages) everything anyone needs to know about the company. We expect our new hires to read this brick and be ready to pick an insurance plan, a 401K choice, know the company dress code, code of conduct and even what they can and cannot do online.

Urgent Message For Anyone Not On Our Managed Backup

If you are not on our #1 preferred backup solution, please take 2 minutes to read this article as it contains a very important message regarding your company’s backup and your ability to be up and running fast in the event of a data-erasing natural disaster, server failure, virus attack or other “digital crisis.

Have an Office Move Coming Up?

Warning: If You Are Using WordPress For Your Company Website, There Is A 73% Chance Your Site Is Vulnerable To Be Hacked

Hackers are crazy busy right now, and WordPress websites are their favor- ite target! So far this year, hackers have broken every record to date. In 2012, there were roughly 60 million WordPress sites worldwide. In March 2014 alone, a single hacker used 162,000 hacked WordPress websites in just one single attack.

CuePrompter Online Teleprompter

CuePrompter is a free tele- prompter/autocue service. Your browser works like a teleprompt- er—no extra software needed! You can use it for free in both commercial and non-commercial settings!

The West Palm Beach Business Owners’ Guide To IT Support Services And Fees

You will learn:

  • The 3 most common ways IT services companies charge for their services, and the pros and cons of each approach.
  • A common billing model that puts ALL THE RISK on you, the customer, when buying IT ser- vices; you’ll learn what it is and why you need to avoid agreeing to it.
  • Exclusions, hidden fees and other “gotcha” clauses IT companies put in their contracts that you DON’T want to agree to.
  • How to make sure you know exactly what you’re getting to avoid disappointment, frustra- tion and added costs later on that you didn’t anticipate.

Student Laptop Buyer’s Guide: Use These 6 Tips When Buying Your Student’s New Laptop This Fall

School is almost back in session. If you’re in the market for pur- chasing a new laptop for one of your children (it seems like anyone from elementary schoolchildren to college graduates need a laptop these days, right?), here are 7 tips to get the most out of your laptop purchase.

7 Steps Every Business Owner Must Take To Prevent A Server Crash

Here are a few simple things you can do to prevent your server and network equipment from overheating and crashing this summer:

Tidy up the server room; a neater room will increase air- flow.
Keep the doors to the server room closed and seal off the space.

Could The Dog Days Of Summer Be A Threat To Your Business?

How To Ensure The Heat Doesn’t Fry Your Server (And Your Profits!)

With the “dog days” of summer upon us, most business owners are looking for ways to keep their company’s sales and profits HOT, while keeping their IT expenses COOL. But if proper at- tention is not given to your server and network equipment dur- ing the summer, all that heat outside can actually bring your company’s growth to a grinding halt and increase your IT ex- penses significantly.