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Virtually every employee today has a smart phone. Many also have tablets, such as iPads and Android devices. Most businesses are underutilising these devices, because they belong to the employee in most cases.

 

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There’s not much an iPhone can’t do. In the mobile industry they’re at the top of the food chain and have more applications and features than any other device on the market. But with every updated model or iOS comes a new set of problems.

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It’s a lot easier to keep a computer clean than it is to organise one that’s already cluttered or infected; however, problems will inevitably occur as time goes on.

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SD cards (aka secure digital cards), are often used to store and transfer information between various digital devices, such as computers, cameras, phones and tablets.

SD cards are getting larger and larger with regards to their storage capacity; therefore, it's getting easier and cheaper to store a high amount of data on them. However, with this comes increased risk. If you're not into the habit of regularly backing up your data, then you'll inevitably run into some problems somewhere down the line.

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In the past if you had a serious issue with your Windows operating system (OS), reinstalling it required specialist knowledge; however, with Windows 8 Microsoft has made the process much easier. You no longer have to call out a professional and spend an excessive amount of cash on repair bills; and with a little know-how, you can completely reinstall the operating system yourself.

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It doesn’t matter what security systems you have in place, your computer will never be completely immune to malware. Malicious software is often used by hackers to gather sensitive information and gain access to private computers. It can appear in a variety of different forms, including scripts, codes, content and software, which can make it very difficult to detect.

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We’ve all experienced the dreaded blue screen of death (BSOD), also known as the STOP error, when Windows encounters a problem. In most circumstances this error message is either hardware or software related. Standard software doesn’t cause blue screens because if an application crashes it won’t affect the operating system. 

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Microsoft is ending its support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014. With this deadline looming, it’s important to plan the migration of your business to Windows 8.1 (if you haven’t done so already), so you can enjoy all the benefits of a modern platform to help your business run more smoothly.

 

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According to reports Microsoft Office will today announce a version of Microsoft Office for the iPad in an attempt to cash in on the rapidly growing Apple tablet market.

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Cheeky Munkey Director & Owner, Graham Lane attended an event on 6th March organised by the Hertfordshire Apprenticeship Ambassadors Network, Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership and the National Apprenticeship Service as part of the seventh annual National Apprenticeship Week. The aim of the event was to help showcase the great opportunities Apprenticeships create for businesses and the positive impact they have on the economy.

 

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