|Happy Holidays from the NETiMAGE Team!|
In observation of the Christmas and New Year's holiday, our office and technical support group will be closed on the following days:
• Thursday 12/24/15
Any support issues that are submitted while we are closed will be responded to on the next business day. If you have a Priority Support Option or NETcare Premium and have a Priority 1 or 2 issue, Holiday support is available at our holiday rate.
|Storm warning: prepare staff and clients|
When your employees see snow on the ground, the thought of a day off immediately pops into their heads. Of course your customers are still reliant on you to provide the goods and services they have come to expect from your business. Before a storm hits, you should be communicating with both staff and clients to inform them of the situation. This will ensure your business doesn’t miss a step should inclement weather head your way this winter.
|5 tips for buying a new computer|
The holiday season is approaching fast, and many people are currently looking to purchase presents for their loved ones. Tech items like computers are likely to be among the most popular gifts. But there are so many different computers out there, meaning that finding the perfect one can be difficult. We’ve outlined some tips that will help you understand more about computer parts and how to make the right choice.
|Office 2016 for Mac is now available|
Office 2016 for Mac has arrived, and it brings with it several new features to Microsoft’s popular productivity suite and cloud-based services. Microsoft has fixed various bugs and functionality issues in its latest Office version, allowing users to fully make use of the software and integrate it seamlessly with their Mac platform. Here’s all you need to know about the new features of Office 2016 for Mac.
|The Key to Corporate Cyber Safety: Basic Hygiene|
Too few companies follow the simplest techniques, says cybersecurity expert.
The biggest threat to cybersecurity in corporate IT departments isn’t the Chinese government or hackers in Eastern Europe, says the head of one of Silicon Valley’s hottest security-software startups. It is pathetic basic hygiene.