All the major antivirus software makers plan to continue supporting their products past the Windows 7 end of life (EOL) date.
With new iPhones released like clockwork each year, it can be hard to know what’s right for you or those you’re supplying one to. If you haven’t upgraded in a while, it may be desirable to launch straight into the latest and greatest, but there are plenty of great options that can cost less, and may even be better suited to you or your employees’ everyday needs.
Microsoft Managed Desktop does the hard work for you. As we enter a new decade, we look back at all the changes that have happened in our lives, and no doubt your business is doing the same. But, if you’re looking back and your computing system wasn’t one of these changes, then now is the time. And Microsoft Managed Desktop is the best way to do it.
With market saturation at an all-time high, customers are most definitely king. So why not use the wonders of AI to do the hard work for you? With the right insights, planning and implementation, AI can transform your customer experience from start to finish.
While we all know how impressive Samsung’s mainstream devices are, there are certain areas of business where they don’t make the cut. Thankfully, Samsung has it s range of robust mobile tools that are built to withstand pretty much whatever you can throw at them. Or throw them at.
Microsoft's cloud-powered tools want to simplify how you manage data in your workplace. Intune offers you and your business effective new ways to not only provide, but also deploy, manage, and secure all endpoints and applications.
Before 5G. The mighty and powerful 5G is rolling into our lives, and a lot of businesses aren’t quite ready. So, use this simple guide to better prepare yourself, as 5G is a big one. It’s going to change a lot, and you want to make sure you’re making the most of it - both at work and at home.
Samsung Dex has had a makeover. Samsung has breathed new life into their Dex platform and now offers users a smooth and refreshing take on the phone PC concept. Plus, they have added a whole lot more to the equation too.
The way we work has changed. When we launched Office 2010, our aim was to help customers unlock their potential with best-in-class tools they could use to be more productive. Ten years later, the very definition of productivity has changed significantly. To succeed today, businesses must help employees work collaboratively, from anywhere—and on schedules that fall outside the traditional nine-to-five framework. Meanwhile, staying ahead of ever-more-sophisticated security threats has simply outpaced the capacity of human vigilance alone.
Technology advances, including the cloud and embedded connectivity modules with very small sensors, are enabling companies to use the internet to collect real-time data from a growing number of various “things” – including industrial air compressors, truck trailers, tower lighting systems and jewelry.