27 Jul 2020

Transform your business from local to global with digital collaboration. Get started with Microsoft Teams.


The success of remote collaboration can be attributed in large part to the robustness and flexibility of the tools created with cloud technology. So how can #MicrosoftTeams help your organization make the jump from local to global? Contact GeeksHD to learn more and start your cloud journey.

Transform your business from local to global with digital collaboration. Get started with Microsoft Teams.2020-07-27T17:04:31-07:00
27 Jul 2020

J Walter Thompson Unlocking creativity with Microsoft Teams


Few things inhibit creativity faster than company-wide email communications. And nothing hinders innovation faster than a lack of creativity. Watch this video to learn how one of the largest communication agencies in the world is using #MicrosoftTeams to foster new ideas and create immense value for its clients.

J Walter Thompson Unlocking creativity with Microsoft Teams2020-07-27T15:10:03-07:00
27 Jul 2020

Why your business should get SaaS-y


Businesses these days need different kinds of software to streamline and improve their operations. However, a lot of small businesses can’t readily afford these software. But there is a way to harness the power of such software without draining your resources. Learn more about Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), and how your business can benefit from it.

What is SaaS and what makes it appealing?

SaaS is a software delivery model that allows you, the user, to access software from any device through the internet. This gives you more flexibility since you don’t have to go to the office to use the software. You can work from anywhere as long as you can go online.

As opposed to a traditional on-premises setup where software is stored locally, SaaS is hosted in the cloud. By transferring software hosting to a third party, you’re outsourcing all the responsibilities that come with maintenance, such as upgrades and troubleshooting. In a way, getting SaaS is like renting a car: somebody […]

Why your business should get SaaS-y2020-07-27T08:00:00-07:00
24 Jul 2020

Tips to enhance your website’s look


“Don’t judge a book by its cover,” the cliche goes. But in marketing, looks /do/ matter. Take, for example, your website. It is often the first opportunity to make a good impression on customers and potential customers. You don’t want to squander that opportunity just because your site’s looks aren’t up to par. Here’s how to avoid getting your website judged.

A variety of professional photos

From pictures of your products to team photos, high-quality images are arguably the most important thing on your website. Blurry, outdated, or irrelevant pictures tell your site visitors that you don’t care about their browsing experience. In-house photos are the best option, but stock images shouldn’t cause any problems as long as they are optimized for mobile viewing and relevant to your content.


Aside from subpar images, linking to nonexistent pages is one of the best ways to turn site visitors away. Make sure it’s easy to navigate your site and remove outdated or irrelevant pages. You can’t sell 404 pages to customers, and if […]

Tips to enhance your website’s look2020-07-24T08:00:53-07:00
22 Jul 2020

Get a faster Windows 10 PC with these tips


Is your computer taking a lot of time to perform tasks it used to finish within seconds? Just because your unit is slowing down doesn’t mean you’ll need to spend hundreds of dollars on a replacement. We’ve compiled four ways to speed up your Windows 10 computer for free:

Prevent programs from launching at startup

Windows makes certain programs readily available by loading them at startup. While Microsoft likely has good intentions for doing this, this auto-launch feature slows down your computer. To fix this issue, you’ll need to adjust your settings.

Open the Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Esc to see the programs that launch during startup. On the startup tab, you can easily disable any programs you don’t want launching at startup, such as media players and optional accessories that don’t have to be active all the time. But to be on the safe side, keep essential apps, such as antivirus software, enabled.

Get rid of useless applications

Having too many programs installed on […]

Get a faster Windows 10 PC with these tips2020-07-22T08:00:10-07:00
20 Jul 2020

The Future of Productivity: Teamwork and Collaboration


Office collaboration is quickly moving away from bulk emails to multimedia-rich, chat-based communication. But what's causing this change? Read this article to learn about the 5 major trends that are shaping the future of today's #ModernWorkplace, then contact GeeksHD to get started with digital collaboration.

The Future of Productivity: Teamwork and Collaboration2020-07-20T17:03:43-07:00
20 Jul 2020

The 7-step partner mini-guide to onboarding customers


Transitioning to new collaboration software without disrupting day-to-day operations is quite a challenge for any business. However, thanks to #MicrosoftTeams, it can be done by following these 7 time-tested steps. Read this infographic to learn more, then follow GeeksHD to get started with your #ModernWorkplace.

The 7-step partner mini-guide to onboarding customers2020-07-20T14:25:34-07:00
20 Jul 2020

Fileless malware: Are you at risk?


Over the past few years, the security industry has witnessed a rapid evolution in attack techniques, including fileless malware. Now, cybercriminals use legitimate tools and services such as existing software, applications, and authorized protocols to carry out malicious activities like unauthorized data retrieval or data damage. Left unchecked, these types of malware can adversely affect your business processes and the infrastructures that run them.

What is fileless malware?

Fileless malware is malicious software that doesn’t rely on executable files to infect your infrastructure. Rather, it hides in your computer’s random access memory (RAM) and uses trusted, legitimate processes such as Microsoft Office macros, PowerShell, and Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI).

Fileless malware isn’t as visible as traditional malware. They use a variety of techniques to stay persistent, and can adversely affect the integrity of a business’s processes and the infrastructures that run them. Because there are no files to trace, fileless malware escapes detection from most anti-malware programs, especially those that use the databases […]

Fileless malware: Are you at risk?2020-07-20T08:00:19-07:00
17 Jul 2020

Google Chrome-Android syncs will revolutionize your daily life


Maximize your Android device’s potential by pairing it with Google Chrome’s powerful tools. You don’t need to manage several apps to do this — you can simply sync your Android phone with Google Chrome and have everything instantly within reach.

Send directions from your laptop to your Android phone

While Google Maps works great on smartphones, it’s often easier to use on larger screens. To send driving, walking, or commuting directions from your PC to your Android phone, do the following:

  1. Click on a specific location on Google Maps, or enter a location in the search field and click on the desired result.
  2. Click on the “Send to your phone” button in the pane on the left side of your screen.
  3. Choose to have the directions sent to your phone via text or email.

Sync your computer’s Chrome tabs with your phone

This is especially useful when you need to bring your work outside of the office. Here’s all you need to do:

  1. Open the Chrome App on […]
Google Chrome-Android syncs will revolutionize your daily life2020-07-17T08:00:00-07:00
15 Jul 2020

Myth busted: Macs are NOT immune to viruses


It is common knowledge that Windows computers tend to deal with an assortment of viruses and malware, but many people fail to realize that even Macs face similar threats. As virus creators have become more adept at finding back doors and other vulnerabilities, more and more Macs have also fallen prey to malware. Here are some threats to your Mac that you should be aware of.

What are the threats that can affect your Mac?

There are several general virus types that hit Apple products, and their effects can range from merely annoying to downright destructive.

1. Adware – Adware are unwanted programs that bombard users with pop-up advertisements. Some malicious adware piggyback spyware onto their deployment protocols, which can record your typing habits with keyloggers and keyboard sniffers, as well as monitor your browsing behavior.

2. Sniffers – Sniffers are usually designed to detect certain words on a webpage and in a person’s typing pattern in order to trigger the keylogger. […]

Myth busted: Macs are NOT immune to viruses2020-07-15T08:00:48-07:00
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