Scan and Store Your Information Digitally

Scan and Store Your Information Digitally

You can get overwhelmed by paper. In years gone by there may not have been an alternative. It was a matter of cramming filing cabinets and, ultimately, in finding more space. Some documents are still required in hard copy form but others can be kept in a different form, while still containing all the data in its original form. Read More »

Scanning

Windows 8 Hybrid – Its All About the Apps or Lack of Them

Windows 8 Hybrid – Its All About the Apps or Lack of Them

>The fact that major personal computer vendors are launching high–end laptop-cum-tablets in two different types of operating systems on the same device is proof that they are trying to cover the shortcomings of one operating system by launching the device with another operating system. This not only increases the target group for the mobile manufacturing companies but majorly gives users a choice to select the device with the operating system that they are comfortable with. Read More »

Windows

Modernizing Conference Calls

Modernizing Conference Calls

Many of us remain stuck in the conventional business management methods despite the innovations that have presented themselves in the 21st century. We are still held back by the things we have grown accustomed to and by the fear of venturing into the unknown. However, isn’t taking risks what businessmen and women are supposed to do? This is particularly true in the field of conference calling. Advancements in conference calling tools have been tremendous in the recent years, and the market is abounding with choices that will suit every business, regardless of the industry they belong to. Read More »

Technology

iPhone 5 Made Quite A Buzz Lately for Being the Slowest Phone

iPhone 5 Made Quite A Buzz Lately for Being the Slowest Phone

A test conducted by Which Tech Daily? has made quite a buzz for the last few days. After studying the processing speed of a few phones, the iPhone 5 came in last. What does this mean for the iPhone? Apple has set the standard for a category of phones, and now it seems they are not meeting that standard. Is it that Apple is getting lazy, or that technology is moving too fast? Perhaps it is just a simple difference in priorities between companies. Read More »

Mobile Phones

How Can I Recover My Lost Photos From My iPhone?

How Can I Recover My Lost Photos From My iPhone?

If you have ever been at a special event and snapped the most awesome picture via your iPhone, and then accidentally deleted it, you know the feeling of panic! No worries, this article will give you a step by step guide to recovering your lost photos from your iPhone. After having your iPhone for a while, and you have installed iPhoto or iTunes or iCloud or synced to your computer, you accidentally delete a photo on the camera roll. Read More »

Mobile Devices Software

An Excellent Guide on Survey Software Technology

An Excellent Guide on Survey Software Technology

Nowadays you will find thousands of software technologies ready to help you in your workplace, business, and even at home. If your business is about manufacturing products then you will need to receive proper customer feedback, as it will help you in understanding the needs of your customers. Now with survey software you can easily create and run your company’s surveys yourself. Read More »

Software

The Benefits Of Motion Sensor Hidden Cameras

The Benefits Of Motion Sensor Hidden Cameras

Although home invasions can take place at any time of year, research has shown that burglaries occur more in the summer than any other season. While this is an unfortunate reality that can’;t always be prevented, there are things every home owner can do to deal with the threat. If you want to do just that, you can install a motion sensor hidden camera in every location that needs monitoring. Read More »

Gadgets

Exploring Mobile Printing

Exploring Mobile Printing

Most consumers have been under the impression that ever since Apple introduced the AirPrint feature into iOS all problems related to wireless printing may well have been resolved. But, the real story is a little different. This futuristic technology still hasn’t led to the advent of the wireless office and that is backed by a set of reasons. As an individual user, you wouldn’t notice the shortcomings as a large company or organization would. It’s amusing to know that AirPrint only supports over 200 printers, which is a big drawback. Read More »

Cloud Storage
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