What are BYOD and CYOD?

More and more organizations today are seeing the value in implementing bring your own device (BYOD) and choose your own device (CYOD) policies. Aside from increased efficiency and productivity, there are plenty of other benefits that businesses across industries can get from both strategies.

6 Ways to save energy with your PC

When it comes to saving energy, every little effort goes a long way. The more energy-efficient your PC is, the more money you save. In fact, you can save up to $50 a year if you activate your PC’s power-saving feature. Further increase your savings by following these tips:
1. Unplug your computer when not in use
When you’re not using your computer, it’s best to shut it down and unplug it.

Hardware management checklist for SMBs

Regular maintenance and continuous monitoring are key to making sure your hardware runs optimally. These tasks usually fall on IT staff, but by following these tips, you can help your IT team prolong the life of your computer equipment.
✓ Clean your computer components
Wipe down monitors with a clean, static-free, non-abrasive fabric such as computer component-specific microfiber cloth.

Replacing servers? Consider these 3 questions first

New hardware doesn’t come cheap, which is why many businesses hold on to their old servers long after these machines have stopped being efficient or secure. In this blog, we explain why it’s vital to replace your servers regularly and look at alternatives that offer the same outcomes while helping you save money.

Reasons for your smartphone’s slow internet

Isn't it frustrating when the page you're visiting takes an eternity to load? Oftentimes you blame the app or your phone, but did you ever consider that it's your mobile data connection OR internet connection that's the problem?
Wi-Fi noise
Did you know that home electronic appliances emit wireless signals at a frequency similar to your router’s (2.4 GHz)? So when deciding where to place your router, determine whether there are any electronic devices nearby, as they emit signals that can interfere with your router’s signal.