Friday, December 20, 2013

Better IT Support, Better Business Productivity

Try imagining running a business without the help of a computer. In today’s business world, working without the use of computers is pretty much impossible.

Seeing as computers are such a vital part of running a business, business owners need to have an efficient computer support group, whether in-house or a third-party service. By having an experienced computer support group, small businesses can easily increase productivity by setting-up programs such as:

Friday, December 13, 2013

Take Good Care of Your Gadgets

These days, gadgets are widely used for both work and play; almost all activities are carried out with their help. The fact that technological advances including mobile phones and computing devices are practically interwoven into the very fabric of modern existence has also caused people to grow dependent on them.

From the time you wake up to the moment you shut your eyes to rest, you most likely use at least a piece of technology. For instance, you must have used your iPhone as an alarm clock. By the end of day, you might use the same to connect to the virtual world.

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Computer Support Programs Small Businesses Need

Enhancing your small business through computer programs is a smart investment to make. By automating certain business procedures, you free up more time for you and your employees to focus on other important tasks, increasing productivity.

There are numerous small business computer programs available in the market. However, small business owners should prioritize these programs.

Monday, November 11, 2013

Broken iPhone Screens are Not a Lost Cause

Since iPhones cost an arm and a leg, users try their best to take care of these gadgets. However, there may be times when your hands slip or you accidentally knock it off the table and helplessly watch it fall, letting its short life flash before your very eyes. Although iPhone screens are scratch resistant, they are still made of glass and can shatter when dropped high enough.

iPhones may be easy to use, but fixing them is an entirely different story. Unlike older cell phones that are easy to pry open, iPhones are sealed tightly with screws and parts that snap together. If the screen is already shattered to pieces, then repairing them means opening the unit from the back and slowly making your way to the front.

Signs that Your Hard Drive Might be Failing

IT support is essential for small businesses, particularly today when the computer is an invaluable business tool. Before your system fails and brings down your company’s productivity levels, however, you should be able to diagnose your computer's hard drive for problems regularly so you know when to call for help. Here are some signs that your hard drive might be failing.

Thursday, November 7, 2013

RB’s Computer Service Offers iPad and iPhone Screen Repair

"Elk River, Minnesota (September 3, 2013) - RB's Computer Service is offering same-day services for iPad and iPhone screen repair. They also supply original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts and equivalent third-party replacements. It is inevitable for people to drop, scratch, or accidentally sit on their smartphones and tablets. While such mishaps might not totally break their devices, it could cause the screens of the devices to crack. There are also instances when the screen turns out fine but its digitizer does not, making it virtually impossible to operate the touch-screen interface. To solve these issues, some people buy new replacements. However, the cost of buying replacements could be a big blow on their budgets. Worse, having to download apps for the replacement device could consume a lot of their time."


Saturday, October 19, 2013

Keep Smartphones in Tip-Top Condition through iPhone Screen Repair Services

"However, whether or not employees can enforce self-discipline when using company-issued iPhones is not the only concern employers face. Some employees also just don't know how to keep their gadgets in good physical condition. They can follow a few tips from TechnologiesReview.com to ensure their company's investments don't go to waste. Using hard casing is recommended to prevent cracking or breakage. It's also good to get a screen protector to prevent the screen from getting scratched. These two tips are important especially for those who are often asked to go on business trips, since their iPhones might get damaged as they carry their luggage around or slip in and out of crowds when traveling. If an accident happens while they're on their way to meet clients and their iPhone screens crack, they should consider calling iPhone screen repair professionals instead of attempting to fix them on their own."


Friday, October 18, 2013

Reliable Small Business Computer Support Is Necessary for Smooth Business Operations

"Given today's entrepreneurs' reliance on technology, there are several tips, outlined by Bonnie Conrad for The Houston Chronicle, that they should follow to ensure their computers help keep operations running smoothly. These are especially helpful for entrepreneurs who work in places like Minneapolis that have a fast-paced business environment. Small-sized businesses should consider getting computers with a random access memory of at least 2 gigabytes. Anything less than this may lead to the slow opening of programs and files. It is also critical that small businesses turn to reliable small business computer support professionals to install legitimate software in their computers. They should refrain from using pirated software as these can cause problems over time, driving up the need for computer repairs and corresponding costs."


Thursday, October 10, 2013

Taking Good Care of Your iPhone

Apple executives knew that the iPhone had huge potential when they released it in the market in June 2007, but this innovative product has clearly exceeded expectations. According to a Washington Post article in August 2012, a total of 85 million iPhones have been sold in the United States since its release. Today, the iPhone continues to be the most used smartphone in the country.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Tips for Buying Used Computers

If you've finally gotten your business off the ground and you're starting to set up your headquarters, make sure that computer systems are a part of your office set-up. Even if you have less than 10 employees, you’ll need a streamlined computer system to ensure smooth business operations. If you have a rather limited budget, however, you might want to consider buying secondhand computers from a reputable vendor.

Monday, September 30, 2013

Options for iPhone Screen Repair

Some mobile devices like the iPhone can be incredibly sensitive and damage-prone. A simple trip or fall may damage your iPhone‘s screens or, worse, ruin its primary features. Fortunately, there are quite a number of options to save your iPhone from complete destruction.

One upside to choosing iPhone devices is that you get the chance of having two repair services at a pre-determined low cost by way of AppleCare. For a low premium, you can have your iPhone screen fixed or replaced. AppleCare premium costs $99, while touch screen replacements cost an additional $49 – certainly a cheaper option compared to purchasing a new phone.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Computer Support: Small Businesses Need it Too

If you think that only large enterprises and international firms need to worry about computer safety, think again. According to PC World, about 31 percent of all cyber attacks in the United States last 2012 targeted small businesses that usually have little to no network security measures in place. Some of these attacks could have been avoided had these businesses regularly updated their anti-virus programs or even created a hard-to-crack password.

Friday, September 20, 2013

Find a Company for iPhone Screen Repair

According to a report by CNET, 23 percent of iPhone users have broken, smashed, or cracked screens; the average length of time people put up with a cracked iPhone screen is reportedly six months. Most people refuse to have their iPhones fixed because their AppleCare policies have expired, while out-of-warranty replacements can get pretty pricy. However, you can always find a third-party repair provider that offers fair pricing.

Friday, September 13, 2013

The Benefits of the Internet to Small Businesses

The growing use of the Internet and its many applications has given small businesses everywhere an unprecedented opportunity for growth and the means to compete with big businesses. With the Internet, small businesses have a platform through which to advertise their products and services to a wide range of customers at a much faster rate and at a lower cost than traditional advertising practices. It also allows fast and almost instantaneous interaction between buyers and sellers.