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Windows build 10149: what’s new?

Windows build 10149: what’s new?

After introducing the Windows Insider Program last year, allowing Microsoft users to sign up for an early build of Windows OS previously only accessible to developers, the tech giant has now introduced a preview to Windows 10 with a new Windows Insider OS, the build 10149. To that end, let’s take a look at some of the new features in build 10149 to see if it’s worth installing.

Managed Services demystified

Managed Services demystified

You may have heard of Managed Services, but are clueless as to how they can help your business. You may have heard of how they can boost productivity and increase profits, but are unsure of exactly how they do that. For those who need a better understanding of just how Managed Services can benefit a business, today we’re going to demystify it all.

How to charge your iPhone faster

How to charge your iPhone faster

If you’ve owned an iPhone for more than a few months, maybe even weeks, you’ve likely been caught in a situation where you need to charge your battery fast but have only a limited amount of time to access a power supply. While the obvious solution is to simply plug it into the nearest outlet and hope it powers up quickly, there’s actually a few simple steps you can take to speed up the rate at which your battery charges.

6 Don’ts for Drafting a Physical Security Plan

6 Don’ts for Drafting a Physical Security Plan

Physical security should be a top priority for any organization, school and university, hospital or other facility. Property crime statistics alone should be reason enough to invest in physical security measures: The FBI reported nearly 9 million property crime offenses in the United States during 2012, the most recent year with complete statistics available.

Data visualization mistakes to avoid

Data visualization mistakes to avoid

Data visualizations are common in business presentations today. They can provide us an overview of information and results in a simple and easily digestible way. Good data visualization helps users to understand data in order to make informed decisions based on the findings.

New Survey reveals top productivity killers

New Survey reveals top productivity killers

It’s easy for anyone to speculate about what the top productivity killers are for today’s workforce. What may come to mind first are distractions such as email, social media, or the personal problems of employees. But last month in a new survey of 2,175 hiring and human resources managers, CareerBuilder revealed what some of the real issues are.

Selfie security is coming

Selfie security is coming

Log on to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, or even simply take a walk in a city park, and one thing is clear: the selfie revolution is upon us. And now it looks as though this contemporary pastime is becoming more than just a social media trend. Major industry players are now using facial recognition technology to replace passwords as the new method of online identification.