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The basics of app virtualization

App virtualization is a term that gets thrown around by professionals quite often. Vendors say it’s a necessity for small business owners. But for a service that claims to make your life easier, it’s ironic that small business owners are left even more confused with what app virtualization actually is. So what exactly is it? […]

How to fix these 4 El Capitan problems

Apple’s El Capitan OS has been out for awhile now and, at this point, most users are likely to have found a few kinks in its armor. While overall many users are likely to feel it’s a positive update to their old OS, it is certainly not perfect. Here are some of the more annoying […]

Microsoft’s new app strategy: will it work?

When it comes to smartphones, Windows phones have largely gone unnoticed. Some say iOS and Android phones are just better. While some experts claim that Windows phones entered the market too late to make a lasting impact. However, one of the big reasons why Windows phones are not as successful is because of a lack […]

The age-old marketing tool you’ve forgotten

From free information products such as ebooks to brochures and email campaigns, today’s marketers have a wealth of tools and tactics at their disposal. While content marketing and social media garner most of the attention in the marketing world, it’s easy to forget about tried and true techniques that are as effective today as they […]

How to reduce data usage for Android devices

What happens when the data well runs dry? Your 2, 3 or 4 gig plan is out, and then what? While you’d probably rather not think about it, we all know you’re either forced to use a slower connection or connect to the Internet through Wi-Fi. Certainly this is not the worse thing that could […]

Different types of hackers defined

Know thy enemy. When it comes to hackers, most business owners get hung up on the technical and mechanical details of a cyber attack forgetting another important aspect: motive. Why are they attacking people and organizations in the first place? And who are they targeting? By answering these questions you’ll have a better understanding of […]

Ransomware alert for healthcare practices

Ransomware is becoming a growing problem for the healthcare industry. And with around a dozen attacks on hospitals being reported since the beginning of the year, you may be wondering just how severe the problem is. Should you be alarmed? How can you protect your practice? Here’s an inside look at how the ransomware epidemic […]

Choosing the right mouse for work

Have you been stuck using the same mouse for several years now? If you’re feeling a bit of pain in your mouse clicking hand, then it’s probably time to consider an upgrade. We don’t always pay attention to it, but a good mouse can make a big difference. The perfect mouse will let you work […]

TechSolutions Bits and Bytes

By Dan Ayars, Business Development Manager, TechSolutions

I wanted to take the time to catch everyone up on some of the non-tech things we’ve been up to here at TechSolutions.

Improvising on the fly for a great cause

For the fifth year in a row several members of the TechSolutions staff, along with family and friends, manned a water stop at the American Lung Association in Delaware’s Caesar Rodney Half Marathon.

New email security feature for Office 365

While you can take many security precautions to protect your organization, a cyber attack is always possible because of human error. Microsoft, however, is trying to change this. In the coming weeks, the technology giant plans to launch a new security feature for Outlook, but only if you’re an Office 365 user. Here’s how it […]