You need to be aware of the effects of the Heartbleed bug on not just your passwords, but also your networking devices – and we’ve got the full lowdown here.
The best way to gain control over your small business or home network is to understand some networking fundamentals – and here we’ll focus on the basics of IP addresses.
Want to easily hook gadgets up to your home Wi-Fi network? Soon enough, it’ll be as simple as tapping to connect with NFC.
It seems that many small business owners feel they have very little in the way of resources to help them navigate the vast tech landscape.
Access 2010 is a powerful way to manage your data, and these eight tips will help you get the most out of your Access usage.
With Windows XP support about to end, many businesses need to upgrade their networks. You may be mulling Windows 8.1, and if so, we’ve got some helpful tips here.
Given all the vulnerabilities in networking equipment we’ve been hearing about lately, will a world where everything is connected be a security nightmare?
This is QNAP’s most ambitious NAS to date, and it boasts a great balance of performance and features – but the latest QTS software still needs some work.
Want to set your router up to work optimally with Skype, or any other VoIP service for that matter? We’ve got some help for you here.
Falling out with your IT people isn’t a good idea. Luckily, we’ve got ten golden rules to help you stay in with the IT crowd.
Do you want a stutter-free video streaming experience? We’ve got some tips which will help you improve the performance of your wireless router.
Security should be a prime concern for any business, but smaller firms often don’t pay it enough attention. We’ve got some tips on staying secure with your SMB.
We look at some of the utilities you can employ – some of them free ones – to troubleshoot your business network, from problem detection to performance metrics.
The latest version of the FileMaker database software tightens security, and it offers tools for creating beautiful web-friendly custom apps.
Disgruntled IT workers seeking revenge on their ex-employers is nothing new. We look at some measures you can take to help prevent such sabotage.
Don’t have a clue what CRM means? We explain the basics of Customer Relationship Management, and why it’s useful to any business.
Satya Nadella clearly has a lot going for him, but we discuss why Redmond really needs more of a creativity guru as a CEO.
Public Wi-Fi hotspots are a great convenience, certainly, but you’re right to worry about their security. Follow our tips to stay safe.
The debacle of last year's NSA leaks has left the world reeling, but not every organisation has the resources of the NSA, and not every leaker has good intentions. How can you protect your business?
We look at the basic considerations you should take into account when choosing a database to best suit your company’s requirements.
Want to set up your own home network? We show you how to do so with easy to understand step-by-step instructions.
What considerations should you take into account when purchasing a server for your business? We chew over the main topics here.
Confused by what RAID 0, 1, 5 and all the other arcane numbers actually mean? Don’t fret, we’ve got a primer to help you out.
These days, NAS devices have a boatload of features, but what if you only want a simple storage solution? In that case, a USB NAS could be a thrifty option.
Cisco CEO John Chambers made clear during a keynote and by an invitation-only media event at CES, the company's direction is toward IP video and Internet/network-connected everything.
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