Monthly Archives: March 2010
You’ve probably heard of LivePerson Chat or maybe even seen it on a website you’ve visited. The program provides a real time “live” chat between you and the company that owns the website. Pretty cool technology – providing visitors with immediate assistance to explain product options and answer Continue reading
Is your business subject to the 201 CMR 17.00 data privacy regulations?
201 CMR 17.00 went into effect on March 1st and it affects any and all businesses in Massachusetts and beyond who collect and store the personally identifiable information of any resident of the commonwealth. The deadline for compliance with the nation’s most comprehensive data protection has passed. Continue reading
High speed internet access has made it much easier for people to do their work and become more productive, even allowing many people to work remotely from home. As a matter of fact, many people have jobs that wouldn’t even exist if it weren’t for the internet. I’m not talking about hackers or phishers Continue reading
They’re at it again! Seems like Microsoft just keeps changing what Windows Live means, and re-branding existing things as Windows Live and basically confusing the heck out of everyone.
But if you look past all the hoopla, you may find a couple of great apps in there, available for free to everyone. Continue reading
At least for those folks still running XP with Service Pack 2 or earlier.
Some of Microsoft’s older operating systems will soon take another step towards the end of their lifecycles.
Businesses using Windows XP will need to upgrade to Service Pack 3 (SP3) of the operating system by Continue reading