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Archieves » April 2012

IPv6 and Small Businesses

The Internet is growing. We shouldn’t be surprised by that news. Approximately seven billion people share this planet, and nearly one-seventh of them have Facebook accounts. That’s a lot of photo and video sharing going on. It’s no wonder the Internet has to upgrade. Just as small-businesses have to acquire more server space to accommodate…

How do you keep your staff productive?

The Cost of Lost Productivity Could be Higher … or Lower Than You Think Productivity, productivity, productivity. It’s always been important. IT firms around country promise potential clients that their IT services can help companies maintain business continuity and employee productivity no matter what. But what no one really seems to know is how much…

Why Virtualization Could Be Good for Small Businesses

We’re all familiar with the needs of large enterprises. So, their embracing of virtualization makes perfect sense. But many small-business owners doubt that virtualization is a good idea for their organizations because they don’t have the same needs as their enterprise-running colleagues. The truth is small businesses can benefit from virtualization in ways that many…

Visa and Mastercard Credit Card Data Breach

By now, most people have heard about the data breaches of MasterCard and Visa cardholders’ account information. It’s been reported that one and a half million Visa and MasterCard customers’ accounts could be at risk. But according to Global Payments, the company that processes credit card transactions for Visa and MasterCard, in a press release…