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Overview of the Air 2 and mini 3

Overview of the Air 2 and mini 3

Apple usually prefers to launch new or updated mobile products with a flashy press conference and unveiling. They did this with the recent release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but oddly enough they didn’t do it when they announced two new iPads – the iPad mini 3 and the iPad Air 2. If you are looking for a new iPad, here is an overview of these two new devices.

3 security features of Android 5.0

3 security features of Android 5.0

Google is getting ready to release new tablets and the latest version of Android – Android 5.0 Lollipop. As a result, you can expect new tablets and devices to be released in the near future including this updated version of Android. For businesses, Android 5.0 will offer a number of useful security updates.

5 questions to ask about OWA

5 questions to ask about OWA

Office 365 for businesses offers a wide variety of plans with different options. Some include full versions of Office 2013, while others have just browser-based Office Web Apps (OWA). When looking for an Office 365 plan, it can be confusing as to whether OWA will be enough, or whether you will need the full version of Office 2013. To help you decide, here are five questions you can ask yourself.

Secure Google accounts with a USB key

Secure Google accounts with a USB key

Anyone who uses cloud-based services like Google Apps should be taking steps to ensure that their account is secure. One of the best ways to do this is to enable two-step verification, which requires users to enter a code and password when they log in.

When to update technology

When to update technology

Technology is an integral part of any business. The problem with this is technology ages and eventually needs to be replaced. Because of the sheer amount of new systems and hardware components being introduced on a daily basis, it can be confusing to work out whether you should upgrade or not.

5 Tips for new BCP technology

5 Tips for new BCP technology

Businesses of all sizes should take the time to implement business continuity plans if they want their business to survive a potential disaster. In order to do this, you need technology to support your plans. Even businesses with plans in place need to replace their technology eventually.