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Internet Explorer is About to Lose Support from an Important Microsoft Platform!

Internet Explorer was introduced in 1995. This makes it one of the first internet browsers. However, in recent years it has become obvious that Microsoft has been planning a retirement for IE at some point in the not too distant future.

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In many offices, a majority of the workload is now done via mobile devices. This means that mobile OS (operating system) updates have a larger impact on work productivity than they have in the past.

In 2013, the percentage of mobile internet traffic was just 16.2%. In 2019, it skyrocketed to 53.3%. This makes mobile devices one of the most important business technology tools for a Connecticut company.

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Does your business use a lot of spreadsheets to keep track of different items? This type of manual list process to track devices, visitor logs and content scheduling can be tedious and make sharing that information cumbersome.
In order to optimize your Connecticut business for efficiency, one of the things you should look at is technology solutions that may be able to replace manual processes.
More than 40% of employees spend at least 25% of their work week on manual and repetitive processes.

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In April 2020, about 50% of surveyed businesses had 81% or more of their employees working remotely. That meant buildings were sitting empty while companies were being run completely remotely.
Now that re-openings are occurring around the US, many small and large business owners in Connecticut and the rest of the country are contemplating what it would take to keep their business remote and close their physical office to save money on overhead.

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As computers age, they inevitably begin to have problems. They slow down, cause more downtime and can begin to have strange issues like programs getting stuck and requiring a reboot.
Longevity studies of business computers show that PC’s that are older than four years have twice the downtime of three-year old computers. 

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Strategic approaches and innovations are part and parcel of informational technology and related fields. Managed service provider (MSP) is another innovation that is partially related to the subscription model. (For more information on what an MSP is, visit this site for more information.)

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It is an overwhelming decision to change traditional methods in business. But is it worth it? Most of the time, yes!
Reaching new levels in your business might mean there is a need for improved technologies to excel in this modern world. This is the case in implementing an ‘Enterprise Resource Planning’ system which is commonly known as the “ERP” system. As the name suggests, it helps businesses to resolve complex issues. It is advanced software that has now been adopted by more than 40% of corporations to increase their productivity.

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It has been over a year since you purchased that new computer. The once lightning fast computer is starting to slow down. Tasks are seemingly taking longer and longer. You wonder to yourself, “Will this computer ever run as fast as it once did?” Wonder no more. Here is a list of 10 ways to whip your computer back into shape:

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Windows 7 support will end on January 14, 2020. This date is rapidly approaching and Microsoft is holding firm (unlike with Windows XP when Microsoft relented and extended support). What does the end of life for Windows 7 mean? What will happen if you continue using 7 after support stops? Should I upgrade my existing computer or purchase new? Is there any other option other than upgrading to Windows 10? With time quickly running out, choosing a path forward can seem very daunting.

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Apparently, Softpedia is still trolling the Microsoft Community forums, as the site has come across another problem Windows 8.1 upgraders are experiencing: limited or no Wi-Fi connectivity. The site reports that the problem was first related to the Surface tablets, but customers on PCs and other non-Microsoft Windows 8.1 tablets are facing the same issues.

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