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Benefits of Working Remotely

The internet has brought advances to the workforce and employers since its inception. Along with increasing mobility for employees, the internet helps employers encourage higher rates of morale within the workplace environment. In this article, we have curated a list of benefits that come with utilizing remote workers in your business as well as methods…

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Beware of Free Wi-Fi

It is becoming common practice to connect to public Wi-Fi these days, using the free connections at hotels, cafes, and airports. People enter their private information on their smartphones while connected to public Wi-Fi, not realizing the risk to their security. Using public Wi-Fi for private work can leave personal data accessible to malicious entities.…

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How Virtual Reality is Captivating the Business World

Virtual reality is a powerful and exciting tool for businesses. This technology boasts advanced prototyping capabilities, innovative interfaces for managing tasks, cutting-edge opportunities for training new employees, and immersive settings for worldwide meetings. Virtual reality will clearly change the entire landscape of the business world. Augment Your World Additionally, virtual reality provides a new means…

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How Secure Is Your Smartphone?

Smartphones have become a necessity. Many more people are using their mobile device for more than calling, texting and social media. Nowadays, professionals are sending work emails, updating documents and presentation, setting up meetings with their smartphones. For any growing or developing company it is necessary to have a reliable and secure smartphone for work.…

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Office 365 or Google Apps for Work?

Google Apps for Work and Microsoft Office 365 have earned their place at the top of the list for dependability, simplicity, and affordability. Business are highly depending on applications and email hosting services for productivity. Having your own email domain demonstrates professionalism and having a full range of applications helps your business operations run smoothly. …

e-waste landfills

Where Does E-Waste End Up?

One of the realities of life in the digital age is the presence of E-waste. Computers, printers, fax machines, mobile phones, and other electronic devices are here to stay. They also break, become obsolete or redundant, and need to be replaced for a number of reasons. What happens to them once they’ve been discarded? Even…

Steve Jobs Looking Into Future of Tech in 1990 – RAW Video

We, at The Tech Info Group love technology. We support it, we use it, we make it our business to help others to use it. We, however, do not create it. Therefore, we wanted to bring you some perspective from the people who create the technology. This particular video is of Steve Jobs giving his ideas…

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High Price of IT Downtime

The High Price of Computer Network Downtime

In a startling and recent report from IHS, researchers discovered that information and communication technology (ICT) downtime could be costing North American companies as much as $700 billion every year. The report details the cost, length, frequency and causes of ICT downtime such as failed servers, network outages, application or degradation’s could get exponentially more…

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Ransomware Hits the U.S. Congress: Are You Protected?

Cybercrime attacks do not have biases, preferences or limitations. On May 10th, 2016, various news media outlets reported that the United States Congress had been the latest target of ransomware, a certain type of cybercrime attack that executes malicious code and holds data hostage until a monetary demand is satisfied. Details about the ransomware attack…