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More productive meetings with Do.com

More productive meetings with Do.com

Meetings that result in little more than wasted hours are counter-productive and a surprisingly large drain on resources. After all, if your best people are spending the majority of their working day locked in a meeting room, drinking endless cups of coffee, making copious notes, and yet leaving with little or nothing to show for it, you’re quite simply throwing money down the drain.

Adding value to a business with data

Adding value to a business with data

It’s one thing to look at and collect your business’s data, but how do you actually go about turning that wealth of information into something meaningful you can use as a force to propel your organization on to bigger and better things? Data mining can be a daunting task, and may well make a regular appearance at the very bottom of your to-do list, but there are ways of tackling this seemingly insurmountable challenge.

A guide to interruption insurance

A guide to interruption insurance

You are protecting your small or medium-sized business with insurance – of course you are. But is that really enough? The recent increase in natural disasters has led savvy business owners to also take out business interruption insurance, which covers many additional scenarios in the event that you are unable to carry on operating.

Twitter’s cyber attack warnings

Twitter’s cyber attack warnings

While a small number of Facebook and Google users have, in the past, been warned that their accounts may have been hacked into by something called a “state-sponsored actor”, users of social media platform Twitter have largely escaped unscathed by the phenomenon.

How Google protects users with safe browsing

How Google protects users with safe browsing

As end users of Google’s suite of productivity enhancing tools, we have a right to know that the company is doing everything in its power to protect its billions of users – whether they are working from a desktop, browsing while they are on the go, or working remotely.

Don’t download that health app just yet

Don’t download that health app just yet

Mobile health applications have been growing in popularity but this doesn’t necessarily mean their effectiveness is improving. In fact, doctors have called for greater oversight and regulation when it comes to health apps as many have never been truly tested.

The complete buyer’s guide to MacBook

The complete buyer’s guide to MacBook

When it comes to purchasing a new MacBook, there are four main options available: MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook Pro with Retina display, and the new 12-inch MacBook. Each model comes with different display resolutions, configurations, and various custom-made options.

When do you need your BCP?

When do you need your BCP?

Having a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is great, but only if you know when it needs to be invoked. If you don’t know when it should take effect, then you might as well not have one at all. While a lot of business owners might believe it is pretty obvious when a BCP needs to be invoked, the process is not always so cut and dry.

Make your life easier with these Cortana tips

Make your life easier with these Cortana tips

It seems like just yesterday that Samuel L. Jackson was chatting up Siri on national television to the amusement of millions. If you’re like most of us, you may have been tickled with the idea that a virtual assistant could be so helpful and charming all at once, and marveled at just how far technology has come.

Why you should consider the iPad Pro

Why you should consider the iPad Pro

If you’re a fan of the iPad, you may be wondering whether or not to shell out the hefty chunk of cash required to purchase the new iPad Pro. And at the high price tag of $799, you may be curious to know if this can replace your laptop, since it practically costs the same amount.