Monthly Archives: January 2014

  • How to Pick the Right Edition of Microsoft Office

    Microsoft Office is an essential tool for individuals, students, and professionals. What most people often don’t realize, however, is that Microsoft Office Suite comes in many different version types that suit different needs, usages, and budgets. The good news is that since there are so many different versions and editions of Microsoft Office Suite to choose from, you can get the exact version you need. The bad news, though, is that if you choose the wrong version for your situation, you could end up wasting money and not getting the applications that you need. Continue reading


  • How to Pick the Right Adobe CS6 Suite

    Adobe Creative Suite is one of the most valuable software suites available to designers, photographers, videographers, editors, illustrators, and other creative professionals. What’s so unique and beneficial about the Adobe Creative Suite is that all the applications within it work with each other as an ecosystem. This can be powerful for people who use multiple applications regularly and need plenty of crossover, but not everybody needs every application. Photographers, for example, may only use Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Acrobat, and maybe Adobe Illustrator – but may never use video applications like Adobe Flash, Adobe Premiere, or Adobe After Effects. With the large price tag that comes with Adobe CS6, it’s important to get the right edition that comes with the applications to support your needs. Continue reading


  • McAfee vs Norton: Which AntiVirus Software is Best for Small Businesses?

    Antivirus software is important for any small business to have to protect their computer equipment from a variety of viruses. In addition to the pain and hassle of having to deal with a virus, some of the more severe viruses can compromise client data, financial information, and other sensitive or confidential data. It can also render one or more of your computers useless until fixed, and can be a costly problem. Continue reading