Trying to keep up with all the video formats that are out there and the various ranges that your devices are compatible with can be difficult, to say the least.
Regardless of the type of business you run you are no doubt worried about cash flow. This is understandable given the fact money is tight for many companies, and has been since the crisis first struck in 2008.
As a business grows, managing information, processes and operations inevitably becomes more complex.
With the launch of Windows 8, Microsoft hopes to challenge Google and Apple for the dominance of the tablet category. Microsoft has described the update as its most radical, and has even produced its own range of computers called Surface, to showcase it, Charles Mayes, Managing Director, DAV Management, looks at the benefits & processes involved in making the change.
Richard Thomas, CEO of netEvidence with its Highlight ‘digital window’ service, picks up the plight of business managers who are frustrated by having to work in a void of information about the services and technologies upon which their success and profitability depends.
SimpleTax makes it easy for self-employed people filing tax returns to save money and submit their returns online by entering information in just a few clicks.
Safety specialist First Choice Facilities Ltd has paid BSA | The Software Alliance, the leading global advocate for the software industry, £18,000 as part of a settlement following an investigation into unlicensed software use. It also parted with an additional £81,000 to purchase sufficient software licences to address the shortfall. It is alleged that the company used unlicensed software as a result of acquiring a new company.
Microsoft has released a new version of Windows for running corporate networks, trying to take share from rivals whilst trying to gain ground as companies seek to cut the cost of managing business programs.