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What exactly is Inbox

What exactly is Inbox

When first launched, Gmail was heralded as one of the most advanced email systems available. Since then, it has become an integral part of many businesses who have adopted Google Apps. Because email has become so important and popular, our inboxes can get flooded and it can often be difficult to find useful and important information.

Two new iPads announced

Two new iPads announced

When Apple launches a new or updated product the company usually holds a press event where they announce the release in style. This was the case with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but did you know that the company has quietly released new versions of the iPad Air and iPad mini? If you are looking for a new tablet, here is a brief overview of these latest Apple devices.

Android 5.0’s 3 major security features

Android 5.0’s 3 major security features

With the upcoming release of Android 5.0 Lollipop, there will be a subsequent release of new tablets and devices running the operating system (OS). Many of these users are likely to be business users who need increased security. In an effort to ensure that the next version of Android is indeed more secure, Google has included a number of security updates and features.

Log into Google accounts with a USB key

Log into Google accounts with a USB key

If you use cloud-based systems in your office there is likely a good chance that you have worried about the security of these systems at least once before. Many companies, in an effort to make their cloud services more secure, have implemented two-step verification.

How to improve patient satisfaction

How to improve patient satisfaction

Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) 2014 annual conference attendees were fortunate to get some tips for improving patient satisfaction from Joan Hablutzel, senior industry analyst with the MGMA—because doing so is essential to the success of a medical practice in an increasingly competitive health-care marketplace.

Nexus 6, 9 and Lollipop announced!

Nexus 6, 9  and Lollipop announced!

Google’s Nexus line of devices promises users a pure Android experience. This means that the operating system is exactly as Google designed it to be, unlike many other Android devices where manufacturers add their own layout and design. In mid October, Google announced not one, but three new Nexus devices that set a new benchmark for what Android can really be.