2022 is here, and it’s looking to be another exciting year in the world of business technology. While we aren’t quite in the era of flying cars and robot servants just yet, there’s plenty to look forward to in the year ahead. Today we’re going to share some of the most exciting developments we can expect to see over the next 12 months. On top of that, we’ll share some of our top tips for using technology this year and protecting yourself from cybercriminals.
Small business owners will be looking for IT and tech advice to boost productivity and profits in 2022. Technology has developed significantly in the past 18 months: specifically, the tech businesses have maintained operations during the pandemic. Small Business Owners will be looking at how they can use this newfound knowledge to drive their small business into profitability. Here’s what we’ve learned about business tech since the advent of the pandemic that you can put into practice in your firm for 2022.
Office 365 and Google Workspace are two of the most popular office software systems. The primary difference between these two is that Office 365 is a subscription-based service, while Google Workspace’s basic package is free to use for all users. This means that you can get started with Google Workspace right away without having to purchase any software or pay monthly fees. Both ecosystems have great features and will appeal to different businesses and users.
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In this blog post, we will cover about five ways to predict annual hardware expenses accurately. We’ll cover topics such as IT software upgrades and IT hardware upgrades. The goal is to help you get a handle on the costs associated with maintaining your infrastructure so that you can plan accordingly and not be surprised by unexpected expenses down the road.
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At any time, your business could be subject to a ransomware attack. The only way to avoid the devastation this type of attack can cause to companies is to be prepared. Keep reading as we share the five steps any business should take to improve their ransomware resilience this year.
The new version of Windows will launch in the next few weeks, but many businesses are predicted to be confused by the upgrade. The current operating system is similar to 11 with strict hardware requirements. And even newer computers won’t run it unless they have a specific security feature switched on.
It’s not surprising that the rise of digital and mobile technologies has led to increased criminal activity. With so much of our lives now happening on laptops, smartphones, tablets, etc., it’s no wonder cyber hackers are targeting online accounts with greater frequency. It is also vital for individuals to protect their account security by taking advantage of 2-factor authentication or 2FA, which will help ensure a safer online experience.
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