Choosing your ideal keyboard

Keyboards come with different options, from joint-friendly ergonomic models to those built for typing efficiency. Considering the myriad of products out on the market, you might have difficulty choosing the best keyboard for you. While personal preferences will always be a factor in your decision, the ideal keyboard must have the following qualities.

Working Remotely: Questions for your IT Professional

March 26th, 2020

According to a 2018 report by Global Workplace Analytics, working remotely has grown by "140% since 2005" and is still growing rapidly. As you make the move from an office to an isolated environment, we suggest you ask specific questions to your IT department to decrease unexpected issues before they occur.

Should You Choose Ultrawide Or Multiple Monitors To Boost Productivity?

December 30th, 2015

A lot of professionals swear by their dual, and sometimes even triple monitor workstation setups. They love them because the extra monitors allow them to run multiple applications simultaneously on different screens. It represents the ultimate in multitasking, or at least it did until the advent of the ultrawide monitor.

Windows 7 PCs Make a Temporary Comeback Due to “Popular Demand”

January 22nd, 2014

HP, one of the largest makers of desktop and laptop computers, hasn’t put in the towel for Windows 8.1 just yet. However, that doesn’t stop them from bringing back Windows 7 to spur on some sales.

A few days ago, HP announced they would bring back Windows 7 for a few months in a handful of desktop and laptop models.

4 Tips to Keep Your Smartphone Battery Healthy

January 20th, 2014

A smartphone has become more then a time saver; it is a daily companion in business and life. The growing use makes us more and more dependent on the information at our fingertips, but the evolution of the smartphone is so much more than the ways we use it.

3 Measures to Protect Your Smartphone; Protect Your Business

January 13th, 2014

The current growth trend of mobile malware indicates that hackers will continue to target smartphones and their users. Businesses should expect the attacks to grow sneakier and more sophisticated. In 2013, mobile malware grew 614%, according to a study completed by Juniper Network.

Windows 8 Ultrabooks Looking to Go 100% Touch, More Computers to Follow

December 18th, 2013

Around seventy percent of Windows 8 Ultrabooks are already touch screen, says Senior President Kirk Skaugen, but the company’s goal is to push that to a hundred percent in the coming months.

Windows 8 has always been oriented towards touch screens, whether those screens are on a phone or a computer, and it seems audiences are finally warming up to that idea.

10 Ways a Tablet Can Increase Business Productivity

November 16th, 2013

The specifications and apps available on tablets have made them fun for reading and entertainment, but this rapidly changing technology has made it time to rethink this sigma.

Tablets have moved from a single-core processor to a dual-core CPU, with memory space quadrupling.

Why You Should Turn Your Business Computers off at Night

November 6th, 2013

It’s been a long day, and you’re ready to quit and have a drink. However, as you walk away from your computer, you click the screen off and leave the computer itself running. Many people do this, especially when they want to quickly resume work in the morning.