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The Popularity of the Tablet in the Workplace

As mentioned in previous blog posts, the use of tablets in the workplace has been constantly rising in recent years.  This device is perfect for those who travel frequently or are in and out of the office on a daily basis.  With the ability to sync your data to the tablet, it is easier than […]
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New features in iOS7

Accessibility and mobility is easier than ever with the latest version of Apple’s iOS. According to Tech Republic, “Siri can now do more than ever. Launch Siri and then say “Turn Wi-Fi on” or “Turn Wi-Fi off.” You’ll be surprised that Siri complies. This holds true for Bluetooth and other system toggles.” This feature would […]
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It is always important to stay up to date with the apps that you have on your phone. With the latest version of Apples iOS software update, you dont have to worry about going through and updating all of the apps yourself anymore. According to Tech Republic, “iOS 7 also brings to life the ability […]
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Review your contracts

December is an excellent time to evaluate your IT needs for the coming year and review existing contracts.  Most companies have contracts for their server, anti-virus software, copier, internet, dial tone, and cell phones, but they aren’t sure when they expire or what options are available to them.   “Warranties may be expiring and contracts […]
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Upgrading your Equipment

As mentioned in several blog posts, it has come time for many businesses to begin to evaluate their equipment and decide on whether or not to upgrade to newer equipment.  Windows XP will no longer be supported by Microsoft beginning Spring 2014.  This raises many problems and opens the doors to possible security problems. According […]
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Marcus Networking Inc. expands into Canada

Marcus Networking is proud to announce new clients on the East Coast and in Canada.   “We’re expanding on a local, national and international level,” said Eric Marcus, CEO of Marcus Networking.  “The technology and telecommunications industry continues to evolve rapidly.  We have the ability to offer some cutting edge and cost efficient alternatives to […]
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Changing Over From Windows XP

As mentioned in previous blog posts, Microsoft is discontinuing service and support of Windows XP starting Spring 2014.  This decision raises many questions and concerns with businesses still utilizing this hardware system. According to InfoWorld, “A final technology issue is not a vulnerability, but an incompatibility. New systems based on the 4th generation Intel® CoreTM […]
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The Use of Tablets in the Workplace

As mentioned in previous blog posts, tablets are becoming a very popular device to carry in the workplace. They are becoming so popular that many people have started to bring their personal tablets to work. According to InfoWorld, “The desire to have a single device bridge the personal and professional worlds is also having an […]
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Upgrading from Windows XP

When it comes to owning your own business, it is important that you keep all of your hardware in the office up to date to protect yourself from potential threats.  As mentioned in previous blog posts, Microsoft is discontinuing support of Windows XP. Many businesses use this operating system and now have to make the […]
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Tablets in the Workforce

Tablets are becoming a mainstream device in the office setting. With the ability to access your work on the go,  many businesses have adapted to giving their employees tablets. According to InfoWorld, “Tablets have become more commonplace in the work- place in part because of the exposure business users have had to the technology via […]
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