Having your cellphone break is always a drag. There’s nothing like that sinking feeling as you watch your phone, in slow motion, fly out your hand or bag and come crashing to the floor. As you stoop to pick it up from laying face down on the floor, you can only pray that it’s going to be just fine when you turn it over. Alas, it is not. The dreaded cracks fill your screen. So, what to do now? While you can always take it to an iPhone repair company or buy some sort of professional cell phone repair services, there’s a chance that you might be able to fix some problems yourself. Some problems are a little more involved but some of them are quite ea
Archive for November, 2016
When the economy is doing well, unemployment rates are lower. Lower unemployment rates mean that there are more open jobs and more of a demand for positions to be filled. Employees have more options when it comes to their choices of employment. This can present a problem for many employers. They may hire an employee, put a lot of resources into training them, and then have them leave expectantly for a better opportunity. High retention rates are common during times of low unemployment. Follow these few tips to reduce your retention rates and to improve your employee satisfaction levels.
Utilize extensive interviewing processes Although it may seem time consuming to extend the interviewing process, this can actually ensure that the candidates you choose are likely to stay l
The cloud is taking the world by storm. That’s not the weather report, but the state of IT in the world today. Cloud storage and services have grown exponentially in a few years, and are poised for further expansion. For businesses, they offer many advantages. These include lower costs, but that’s just the beginning. Data stored on the cloud can be accessed from multiple locations and shared across applications, streamlining the work process.
So let’s get down to the basics. What is the cloud, what are the advantages of using the cloud, and does your business need the cloud?
What is the cloud, anyway?
That question could be phrased more accurately though less grammatically as follows: where is the cloud? Alas, the answer is not that scientists have discovered some fifth di