Month: December 2016

Searching for and hiring an experienced IT management service provider can help give your accounting business the successful edge in 2017 Turning over a new leaf in a brand new year doesn’t have to end with personal resolutions. As you begin 2017, consider how you can improve your accounting business by setting goals for a

Wow, 2016 is done already!  Where did the time go?  We would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone as safe and happy new year this weekend.  See you all in 2017.

Pick up a paper. Turn on CNN or CBC. It won’t take long for you to come across a story about someone who has experienced the worst day of their lives. A day where EVERYTHING fell apart for them. Now, take a minute to consider the worst case scenario for your insurance firm. What is

There are many different business tools you can use within Microsoft Office 365 and the latest one that has been integrate is Skype for Business. The tool has been able to be utilized by businesses for many years as a stand alone tool but now it can be part of your current Office 365 infrastructure.

The latest version of Microsoft Outlook is designed to be a personal information manager, not just email. Learn the shortcut tricks and a user can become a power communicator very quickly.   While many wish there might be another choice, it is unlikely that Microsoft Outlook as a user interface is going to go away

If you are looking for the perfect tech gift for someone special this year, this is the only guide you need. There are so many amazing tech gifts available every year for the holidays and this year is no different. There have been many advancements in technology and this year brought some amazing new gifts

Earlier this week, malware was discovered to have been pre-installed on the latest version of the Barnes & Noble NOOK tablet – model BNTV450 which retails for about $49. Experts are warning consumers who have one of these devices to remove any personal data immediately, and advise anyone who receives one of these devices over

Educate your employees about online threats and how to protect your business’s data, including safe use of social networking sites.  Depending on the nature of your business, employees might be introducing competitors to sensitive details about your firm’s internal business. Employees should be informed about how to post online in a way that does not