Business continuity plans (BCP) are designed to protect your company’s resources and data in the event of a disaster. Backing up data, getting insurance and marking rally points are some of the main components of a BCP. One of the most important processes is running an exercise to test whether the BCP actually works.
Which social media networks does your company focus the majority of its marketing efforts on? Chances are, if you’re anything like the majority of organizations, you spend more time thinking about Facebook and Twitter than any other channels. Yes, it’s true that these leading platforms can drive results when they are used to employ effective marketing strategies.
You’re in the middle of an important conversation on your Android phone. Suddenly, a ‘battery low’ notification pops up on the screen. You hastily try to close applications and adjust settings, but the damage has been done. This is frustrating especially when you have no charger with you, and your battery life just keeps on draining until it’s dead.
There are things that all of us hold dear to our hearts: family, a stable career, and our smartphone and tablet. Okay, maybe those last two aren’t as important as the others. But still, your smartphone or tablet is likely an integral part of your life.
Advancements in medical technology allow doctors to provide better treatment and diagnosis to their patients. From electronic medical records to mobile devices, patients and physicians are reaping benefits from these new technologies. Additionally, a growing number of healthcare institutions are implementing Google Glass in their medical operations.
The pre-touchscreen days of cell phones are thankfully long behind us, and we can consign to history all that thumping down on physical buttons just to make a call. With the advent of the smartphone, we’re now all well accustomed to gliding our fingers across the screen to activate our devices’ countless functions.
Think your business is immune to disasters? Think again. Disasters can strike without warning and, when they do, your company stands to lose more than just the time and money you’ll have to spend on data recovery and compensation. You could lose years of hard-earned reputation and trust from loyal clients – the two things that could potentially put an end to your operations altogether.
We all know that showing up among the top Google search results is a great way to attract new business. But wouldn’t it be great if it was easier to achieve this? Now Google is taking the initiative to help small businesses get found online. It’s called Let’s Put Our Cities on the Map, and it’s going to help get your business discovered.
Understanding the success of Facebook marketing efforts can quickly become complicated but, if there is one figure that’s critical to monitor on a regular basis, it’s the count of users who have liked your company’s page. This number helps you understand how far your messages are spreading, and what return you’re likely getting on your investment.
If you think your email is fully protected from hackers, think again. A lack of sufficient email security measures can result in data theft, unauthorized access to sensitive information and the invasion of your computer by viruses and malware. Here are some tips to secure your email account from unwanted intruders and the many troubles that come with them.