5 IT Myths Heard All Too Often Your Business Should Know

Your Business Should Know

Working in IT can leave the door open for a lot of technology myths, conspiracies, and even rumors that will often times circulate around the water cooler. Some of them are downright funny and give your IT team a laugh. We’ve heard them all, and wanted to share them with you so you don’t get tripped up by these IT urban legends.  Overnight Charging  While a smartphone’s battery was once

Computer Tip of the Day: Don’t Ignore Updates

Don't Ignore Updates

Computer Tip of the Day: Don’t Ignore Updates For many people, continually updating their computers can get annoying. They seem to need an update so frequently, and the notifications keep getting in the way of what they’re trying to accomplish, primarily when it gets to the critical condition of finally forcing a restart to install those updates. Super frustrating, right? But what if you were told those updates to your

Considering the Future of Wireless Charging

The Future of Wireless Charging

There is a lot of demand for perfected wireless charging. If this could happen, it’s possible to think about a world where no devices ever ran out of juice. Though there is a major push to make this happen, it’s clear that there are some people out there who don’t think that wireless charging will have as drastic an effect as it would seem. The Current State of Wireless Charging

FinTech Has a Daily Impact on Our Lives

What is FinTech?

Money is what makes the world go around, or so they say. Everyone is in business to make money, but the degree to which the organization deals with it might vary. For example, some companies, like banks, are designed to make money by helping others manage theirs. Banks and marketplace lenders take advantage of what is called financial technology, or FinTech, to more effectively provide services to individuals or organizations

Computer Tip of the Day: Internet Speed And Your Business

Internet Speed

If a positive internet “surfing” experience is desired, whether at home or at the place of employment, the following points should be considered: Bandwidth Latency Computer health Internet Browser Extensions Bandwidth is the allowance of data that may be downloaded per given unit of time. For example, if a typical DSL plan of 1-20 Megabits/sec is purchased, that means the ISP (internet service provider) will allow downloading approximately 1-20 megabits of data per