Category Archives: Technology

The 4 Stats Which Show That Real Estate CRM Will Boost Your Business

by Wayne April 28, 2018

In the business of real estate we have today, you stand a chance of generating and keeping your business and leads or losing them altogether depending on how you utilize the Ixact Contact real estate CRM.

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6 Effective Data Centre Management Tips You Need to Consider

by Wayne January 3, 2018

The increasing proliferation of information across the internet has made data centre management a very important routine in any organization. The hyperactive style of professionals as they access their work on multiple platforms has even made the routine more important. Here are six tips to help you manage your data center efficiently.

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4 Ways in Which VPS Hosting is Good for You

by Wayne November 4, 2017

The rate at which people use VPS hosting has continued to increase exponentially over the years. This has mainly been attributed to the reducing costs of accessing this service as well as an increased performance levels. There are many benefits of virtual private server hosting as highlighted below.

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How to Enroll in the Best Big Data Courses

by Wayne September 22, 2017

You may wonder if enrolling in big data courses is the right step for you in your professional life. With the demand of customers on businesses to be web-friendly, knowing about big data will benefit you as an individual and leader in your place of work. Your next big promotion or new job with an upgrade in responsibility and pay is right around the corner when you decide to continue your education with big data courses. Whether you’ve taken big data courses before, or are new to this educational scene, the staff at Schulich Executive Education Centre will help serve your needs to ensure your academic and career goals are met. This how to guide will walk you through the basics of enrollment.

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Why Companies In Managed Public Cloud Services Show Great Resiliency

by Wayne June 5, 2017

Over the course of the past two decades, the term managed service provider (MSP) has become exceedingly familiar in the Canadian IT industry. Although the services offered by MSPs do vary to an extent, companies of this type are generally united by a commitment to technical fluency and professionalism. Arguably, MSPs employ some of the most prestigious computer science experts currently working in the IT industry. Because managed services is a well-established business model, some people believe that this corner of the IT industry is ripe for disruption. It is true that MSPs must evolve to maintain relevance in a changing commercial environment. Nevertheless, one should never underestimate the imagination and verve of leading Canadian MSPs. Although every industry must face challenges at times, MSPs seem particularly able to recognize the changing needs of IT customers. Far from causing managed services to wither on the vine, increased demand for cloud storage provides one more avenue for MSPs to achieve diverse product offerings. Compared to more basic, spartan alternatives, managed public cloud services are deeply flexible and promising. This is particularly true when these services feature Azure management.

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How Indoor Navigation Can Revolutionize the World

by Wayne April 27, 2017

Many older adults can clearly recall a time when GPS was not commonly used on smart phones and other devices. The old methods of finding a new location were to print out a map from your home computer before you left the house, to call for verbal step-by-step directions or to break out a large folded map to look for the address on your own. In many cases, getting lost was also part of the experience. Outdoor navigation was greatly improved through the use of GPS on smart phones and other devices, enabling you to get detailed driving instructions to and from any location within seconds. However, once you reached the front of a building, you were on your own to navigate your way through that building. Indoor navigation for the military has already been heavily tested in various ways, and indoor navigation is now on the brink of revolutionizing the world.

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How Implementing the Right Continuous Development Policy May Aid in Software Requirement Management Efforts

by Wayne March 7, 2017

Organizations that are subject to ongoing and continuous development and expansion efforts may benefit tremendously by performing an impact analysis at regular intervals, utilizing the most versatile and agile tools or resources as well ensuring that all data produced through use of requirements management tools is able to be put to good use. From licencing and scope issues to test management efforts that may be critical for determining platform compatibility and the upgrade potential for digital infrastructure, policies and processes that utilize the best software requirements management tools and resources can often make a considerable difference.

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Reasons Why Every Field Service Company Should Get Field Service Management Software

by Wayne March 3, 2017

Field management software (FSM) is a system that enables companies to provide onsite information to their customers. FSM software manages the operations through tracking requests, management of workers in the fields, and maintenance of a clear visibility of all the operations in the field. Some of the industries that use FSM software include telecom, healthcare, mining, small-scale companies, and homecare industries. The managers and supervisors use the software to allocate different tasks to their workers and monitor their progress in the field.

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3 Signs Your Office is Spending Too Much Money on Printing

by Wayne February 24, 2017

Every office needs at least one colour laser printer that can be used for printing out office documents. However, if you aren’t careful about the way that you use your business printers, your business could end up spending way too much money on your printing needs. These are a few signs that it might be time to make some changes so that you can stop spending too much money on printing.

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