As a business owner, if you've ever looked into training seminars, you've probably been taken back by the price. Your industry likely has a whole slew of organizations dedicated to business training, and there are often training courses on specific software packages you use in your day-to-day line of business. Your employees may know full-well how to do their job, but are they doing it as effectively as possible in order to drive business forward?
Ever notice how much faster a brand new computer is compared to an older one? Think back... was your computer as slow as it is today as it was a few years ago when you first got it? How did you tolerate that back then? It turns out your computer actually gets slower over time, but to contrast that new computers are getting faster, cheaper, and more energy efficient. Computers aren't designed to last forever, and this isn't on purpose; general day-to-day usage and time give computer components a good thrashing. So why is your computer slow? Here are some TS Tech secrets about why your old computer struggles to keep up with you.
The Internet is without a doubt the largest collection of information humanity has ever seen. The trick is getting the information you want quickly. That's where search engines come in, and no search engine has received more recognition than Google. These 10 tricks will help you master your Google searches like a pro and get you to the information you seek faster, and you might be able to impress a colleague or two.
Businesses these days depend on having reliable, fast desktop computers. The trouble is, these high-end desktops offer plenty of resources that never get touched, making them underutilized. Huge hard drives and extremely fast CPUs mean each desktop has more capabilities than most users will ever tap into.
Todd Schorle attends Dr. Leonard Tau's lecture on "21st Century Marketing: What every Dentist Must Know to Thrive in the New Economy" at Radisson Valley Forge. Where he recieved valuable information on Twitter, Google Places, creating a Facebook Page and how to use QR codes for his business. He also learned that online reputation is very important to a business, any one bad review can turn away many customers. Keep track of your online reviews and be aware of what people are saying about your business.
Todd Schorle speaks with Penn State Berks Entrepreneurship class about TS TECH and our experiences through the great recession.
TS TECH attended the Microsoft East Region Partner Summit in Malvern PA. The event featured Office 365, Microsoft Open Value Subscription Licensing and Windows 8 Preview.