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The importance of time and attendance monitoring for the small business owner

By / July 20, 2015

As the owner of a small business, profitability depends on the careful monitoring of the day-to-day operations of the organization. A part of this making sure that full use of your most valuable resource: employee time, is used wisely. In order for it to be used wisely it must also be measured. Using automated time… Read more

Finally Windows 10 is here

By / July 17, 2015

After months of ramblings and speculations Microsoft’s Windows 10 will be available on July 29, 2015. The best news is it can be downloaded free of charge for those non-corporate users who are using earlier versions of Windows 7 and Windows 8 that came out in 2012. Windows 10 is a more refined version and… Read more

Upgrade your home with cushions

By / June 15, 2015

Summary: Boost the look of any room or furniture in your house by adding cushions, with appropriate fabric choice, sizing, and color. One of the cheapest and most effective ways to give your house a facelift is to add cushions or replace existing cushions with something more interesting. The before and after of a cushion… Read more

New ways to manage employee time and attendance

By / April 28, 2015

Time is money, and managing your employees’ attendance can take a lot of hours that don’t go anywhere towards your bottom line. Still, properly tracking your employees as they clock in and out goes a long way towards providing valuable metrics that can tell employers how their resources are being spent, and who’s providing the… Read more

Thanks to the Alfred Mann Foundation, a Marine Reclaims What he Lost

By / March 18, 2015

A retired staff sergeant is getting a second chance at a normal life. Staff Sergeant James Sides was out on patrol when he encountered an IED. This was his second tour of Afghanistan, and Sides was trained for these situations. Unfortunately, even the best training can’t predict every possible scenario. During the attempt at diffusing,… Read more

SQL still dominate as the preferred enterprise language

By / March 9, 2015

Article written by Nate’s Ebook News Introduced as one of the first commercial languages in early 1970s, the Structured Quarry Language (SQL) is a special programming language that is designed to manage data in relational database management system. It contains a data definition language and data manipulation language. Designed by Microsoft for enterprise environment it… Read more

What’s new with PC sales?

By / February 13, 2015

Article written by Computer Science Resources After slumping sales for several years, PC sales appear to be stabilizing. In 2014, the down side was limited to about 2 percent from a 10 percent slide experienced previously. The top five PC makers, Lenovo, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Acer, and Apple are still accounting for more than 65 percent… Read more

Here’s how Apple fix hardware problems

By / January 12, 2015

Article written by Find Comment Hardware manufacturers, take a page from Apple. When it introduced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on September 9, 2014, its team of first responders known as AppleCare immediately went into action. What do they do? They gather information from customer returned products about new hardware issues and generate reports… Read more

Disk-drive market is consolidating

By / December 24, 2014

Article written by A Tech Inc Disk-drive or sometimes called hard disk drives (HDD) market is now evenly shared by two behemoths, Seagate Technology and Western Digital. Recent market consolidations pushed them not only to the top but also to share the leadership. Within the last year and half, Western Digital acquired two startups, Virident… Read more

Efficiency-improving Software

By / December 13, 2014

The use of technology in the workplace ensures that business productivity is maximized and enable people to focus on value-adding activities. Targeted business productivity software enable organizations to gain the right tools in performing daily tasks. Productivity is achieved when some processes are automated and communication is facilitated. Creating an open and communicative environment This… Read more

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