10 Tips for Protecting and Managing Your Data

Follow these quick tips for developing an effective storage management system for your small business.

Apps

Apps

02:53

Within the last few years, applications or “apps” have gone from being big software programs on computers to small and downloadable apps on mobile devices.

Backing Up Your Data – Offline vs. Online

Data backup solutions fall into two categories: offline and online. Here are a few things to consider before deciding which is right for your small business.

Big Data

Big Data

02:39

Big data is a term used to describe the tools and processes that seek to make this data useful and productive. This video uses traffic data as an example.

BitTorrent

BitTorrent

03:24

This video teaches the basics of how BitTorrent’s technology works to make it easy and fast to download files from the Internet.

Choosing the Right Data Storage Option

Get a primer on the various methods of data storage management for small business, including NAS storage, SAN storage and more.

Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing

03:01

Using the story of a budding florist, this video explains the basics of cloud computing: how it works & why it makes sense for businesses & individuals.

Connecting Inside the Office

Connecting Inside the Office

04:35

This video details the benefits of establishing a wireless network at the office, including cost savings, how to expand, and how to keep data secure.

Connecting Outside the Office

Connecting Outside the Office

03:40

This video covers the available options for connecting outside the office, such as on the road, on a laptop, and other hardware options to stay connected.

Email Access

Email Access

02:17

This video shows the risks of sharing inappropriate information online. It encourages viewers to “think before you click” and gives tips for responsible sharing online.

Get the Most from Your Email

Email is an important tool for running your business. Here are a few tips to help make sure you keep your inbox organized and your team on task.

Getting Started: How to Choose an Internet Connection

With so many types of Internet connections out there, it’s hard to know what is right for your small business. Here is a handy guide to get you started.

Improve Business Operations Through Technology

Improve Business Operations Through Technology

03:18

Choosing the right office networking solution and data management options can help you grow your business. Learn about cloud storage benefits and more.

Key Considerations for Web-based Computing

If you’re thinking about using the cloud for your business, make sure you consider the pros and cons to cloud computing.

Lifting the Fog on Cloud Computing

Cloud computing offers a number of advantages to small businesses – from instant scalability to lower costs. Here are a few answers to the “whats” and “whys” of cloud computing.

Managing Data Storage

Managing Data Storage

05:30

Learn about the different data storage and management solutions available to your small business.

Managing Data Storage for Small Business – FAQs

Get answers to frequently asked questions about IT storage, data management and storage backup for small business.

Maximizing Your Internet Connection

Maximizing Your Internet Connection

03:32

This video details how to choose the internet connection that’s right for your business. Learn how DSL and broadband Internet can help your small business.

Office Email Best Practices for Small Businesses

Take a refresher course on business email and what you and your employees should and shouldn’t be doing.

Picking the Right Email

Picking the Right Email

04:59

This video explores the pros and cons of various email systems to help you pick the one that’s right for your business.

Selecting the Right Email System for Your Business

Selecting the right email system can be vital to the success of your small business. Here is a comprehensive guide to choosing the business email system that is right for you.

Sharepoint

Sharepoint

03:03

People often feel overwhlemed at work and tools like Sharepoint can help manage and organize all the messages, document and calendars in one place. 

Taking Your Business Mobile

Taking Your Business Mobile

02:46

Learn how wireless networks and mobile broadband solutions can help you save money and get the most from your employees.

Tips to Keep Your Wireless Devices Secure

Wireless devices can create unique challenges in the world of security, and the best solutions are constantly changing. The following isn’t a comprehensive list, but a good place to start.

Understanding the Different Email Protocols

Selecting the right email protocol is crucial for your small business. Here is a guide to the different ways email can be delivered for your business.

Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)

Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)

02:32

This video explains the business use of Virtual Private Networks, or VPNs. It tells the story of Candice who discovers her new employer’s VPN means she can securely connect to […]

Web Browsers

Web Browsers

03:05

Web browsers are among the most frequently used software, yet are often misunderstood. Learn the basics of browsers and explore many useful features and tools.

Website Cookies

Website Cookies

02:48

This video teaches the basics of cookies, including how and why cookies are saved to your computer, and the role cookies play in helping websites remember you.

What to Consider Before Purchasing Your Internet

There’s a lot to think about choosing an Internet service provider for your small business. Here are some questions you’ll want to address.

Why You Should Network Your Small Business

See how your small business can take advantage of simple and productive ways of connecting people, information and systems within your office.

Wikis

Wikis

03:37

This video introduces a “wiki” website as a resource for helping a group of campers organize and coordinate information for a camping trip.

World Wide Web

World Wide Web

02:46

This video introduces the system that makes up the World Wide Web, including explanations of browsers, code packets, servers and links.