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Using the PAR structure in emails

Using the PAR structure in emails

Email is now the most essential form of communication in business. Over the years, email has become much more informal than when it was first introduced. Sure, this makes it feel more natural, but there can be times when this casual style leads to misunderstanding, and in turn this can lead to lost productivity.

5 Useful business systems

5 Useful business systems

As the end of the year approaches, stress levels go up within businesses. There is often the pressure to finish end-of-year reports and budget for the next year, not to mention that there can often be extra expenditure requirements during the holiday season too.

Unthreading Gmail messages

Unthreading Gmail messages

Businesses around the world are finding that Gmail is one of the most reliable and portable email platforms out there today. With powerful tools that bring messages together and allow us to gain control of our Inbox, Gmail has become the platform of choice for many.

Deauthorizing devices on iTunes

Deauthorizing devices on iTunes

A common trend we see with Apple products is that once someone has purchased one device, they tend to purchase more. Because it is the holiday season, many people will be receiving a new iPad as a gift. If you do, you may need to deauthorize older devices in order to install already purchased apps on your new iPad.

Regin – is it really a big threat?

Regin – is it really a big threat?

Malware is a constant threat to a business’s security. However, with many malware infections we tend to be able to learn a lot about them in a very short amount of time, which weakens the power of each attack. There is a new threat called Regin however, that is leaving many security experts baffled.

5 Common sales metrics

5 Common sales metrics

Often, when companies look to integrate business intelligence processes the first department that systems are applied to is sales. By employing metrics that track sales activity and any sales-related activity, business owners can gain a better picture of overall success.

A hacker’s paradise

A hacker’s paradise

You may not want to rely on the Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) app approval system: Roughly 90 percent of Android health-care apps have been hacked, and 22 percent of them were FDA-approved. That information comes from the latest State of Mobile App Security report from Arxan Technologies, which attributed the high rate to a lack of information, security training and resources in the health-care field.