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New Apple ad aims to draw in more iPad buyers

New Apple ad aims to draw in more iPad buyers

According to Apple, its iPad sales are on the decline, down to 12.6 million units from 16.4 million a year earlier. The tech giant has responded by unveiling a new advertising campaign that’s built around the tagline “everything changes with iPad”. The new ad highlights the many ways that each of us can use the tablet to assist in our daily life activities.

4 nifty new Microsoft Office 2016 features

4 nifty new Microsoft Office 2016 features

With Google Apps and Office 365 revolutionizing the way people work, you may feel that Microsoft Office is quickly becoming a dated product that will soon be packed away to the back of the closet. But with the 2016 version set to launch in autumn of this year, Microsoft is looking to change your mind.

Is Google The Computer From Star Trek?

Is Google The Computer From Star Trek?

If you’ve ever seen a Star Trek episode, you’ll know that “computer” always knew the answer to whatever the commander needed to know to run the starship, do battles with aliens and it even made tea…Earl Grey…hot. In business today, Google has taken on the role of answering questions and providing information.

Do I Need To Back Up Data That’s Already In The Cloud?

Do I Need To Back Up Data That’s Already In The Cloud?

The computing world is forever changing. Over the last 15 years, SaaS (software as a service) providers have offered the convenience of data backup for your cloud applications such as CRM systems, SalesForce, Google Apps and Microsoft 365. The business question is, if I’m already working with a SaaS provider and my data is already “in” the cloud, do I really need to back up my data to another cloud? After all, isn’t the SaaS provider doing that for me? Well, yes and no.

Yahoo Is Shutting Off Telecommuting – Should You?

Yahoo Is Shutting Off Telecommuting – Should You?

The recent decision by Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer to stop telecommuting has cast a negative light on this practice. After checking the company’s VPN log to see how many remote employees were logging in, she didn’t like what she saw. Effective June 2015, telecommuting is no longer an acceptable practice at Yahoo.

Welcome the Newest Members of the TechSage Team

Kathleen Pastrano-Rocha joined our team on April 29 as the Office Assistant. If you called our office lately, you have probably already been greeted by her friendly voice. Kathleen is currently answering our phones, assisting clients with creating tickets, customer issues, assisting with marketing projects and assisting John with sales.

Twitter videos keep growing on mobile

Twitter videos keep growing on mobile

Even if you think your company is on top of its social media marketing efforts, chances are there is yet more that you could be doing. In particular, the mobile arena continues to grow and develop seemingly without slowing down – and if you’re not harnessing the potential that this segment represents, it’s about time you started to.

Key features of Microsoft’s Windows 10

Key features of Microsoft’s Windows 10

Microsoft is working to overcome the terrible reputation of Windows 8. The operating system was a major disappointment and was criticized badly by many who use it. Now Microsoft intends to stage a comeback by launching the all-new Windows 10. A raft of new innovations and features have been implemented into Windows 10, all of which are aimed at improving user experience.

5 technology trends for healthcare

5 technology trends for healthcare

We are living in an age where technology is transforming every aspect of the way we live. Perhaps the most important area in which innovations are making a huge impact is the healthcare industry. Healthcare institutions are leveraging technology to drive better medical practices, increase access to information, and improve the overall patient experience.