|Productive employees due to SharePoint|
There are many keys to success of a small business, one of the most important keys is your employees. Your employees need to be able to work together while at the same time fulfilling different roles. If they can’t quickly and easily access necessary information, overall productivity will be down. One way to ensure this doesn’t happen is by employing a system like Microsoft SharePoint.
SharePoint was launched by Microsoft in 2001 as a document and content management program for intranets – closed networks within a company. Over the past 11 years, SharePoint has added a ton of different capabilities and features that make it an integral part of many business’s infrastructure. One of the biggest advantages of SharePoint is that it integrates with Microsoft Office and Office 365. Here are five things you can do with SharePoint to help make your company and employees more productive.
Through clever use of SharePoint and the different addons, you can reign in uncontrolled projects, keep track of projects and ensure your employees know what they should be doing. If you and your employees are organized and have easy access to data and collaboration tools, you will see an increase in productivity of both employees and the company. To learn more about how you can use SharePoint for your business, please contact us.
|Mountain Lion roars for free|
Free stuff is always good, it’s even better when it improves things that you already own. Apple, a company largely known to be at the higher end of the pricing spectrum, has released a new version of OS X – Mountain Lion. While the majority of users will have to purchase it to upgrade, there are a number of users who can upgrade for free.
|What is Virtualization? Is it worth it?|
The adoption of computers by small businesses gave them the opportunity and platform to expand their business beyond local boundaries. Arguably, it’s the small business that drives economies around the world. To succeed in industries often dominated by a small number of large corporate conglomerates, small businesses need every opportunity to increase their margins. One thing that can allow this is virtualization of technical systems.
|Does the Nexus 7 stack up to iPad?|
Until early July there was one tablet that all other tablets were compared against, many falling far short. That tablet is the iPad, and from its release in 2010 has seen few competitors, until now. The competitor is Google’s new tablet, the Nexus 7. While the Nexus 7 is a competitor of the iPad, the question posed by many small business owners is: does it really stack up?
|One and two finger scrolling on Android|
In early July, Google’s new tablet-the Nexus 7-went on sale. The tablet, using a new version of the Android OS, is widely believed to be one of the first true competitors to the iPad, and to this point, the reviews of the tablet have been largely positive. Because of this, and the low price, small businesses now have a truly viable tablet. As with anything new, there’s a learning curve when it comes to navigation using a touch screen though.