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Can Cloud improve project management in construction?

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6 ways start-ups can cut IT costs

If you are starting a business, you may want to conserve your capital and these days there are many great solutions for IT that don’t require an arm and leg or the shirt off your..

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5 Reasons to Get Your Business in the Cloud

The popularity of cloud-based storage systems and the advantages offered through their services and applications allow companies to see increased profits by allowing businesses to..

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What is Microsoft Power BI?

You may have heard of Microsoft’s Power BI before, but what does the program do and why is it worth learning?

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Backup & Disaster Recovery – The Art of Business Continuity

There has been a lot of media coverage lately about large companies falling victim to cybercrime but did you know that an estimated 70% of cyber-attacks are specifically targeted..

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Why do you need a Backup & Disaster Recovery plan?

Ever-advancing technology is giving IT an increasingly important role in daily business operations. But as technology gets smarter, cybercriminals get craftier and the need for..

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The difference between Backup and Disaster Recovery

The terms “Backup” and “Disaster Recovery (DR)” are often misunderstood when discussing data protection and IT systems. If you are not clear on the difference your business could..

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G Suite vs Office 365, which is better for your business?

As far as cloud-based productivity tools go, Google’s G Suite and Microsoft Office 365 are probably the ones you’ve heard talked about most. They certainly are the most used by..

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On premise vs cloud: which is better for your business?

A major choice facing any business evaluating Line of Business or ERP software is what type of infrastructure model to adopt: on-premise or the cloud.

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The best instant messaging apps for business

Aside from face to face conversation, instant messaging (IM) is the most efficient ways to communicate. We’ve all used apps like Facebook Messanger or WhatsApp to talk to friends,..

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