How to Move from Apple to Android Mobile Devices

Apple jealously guards its ecosystem. That’s been true since the first Macs rolled off the assembly line, and some people love it. Others, however, find it a bit restrictive. If you’re one of those and have been eyeing the freedom and flexibility of the Android platform, but you don’t want to lose all your contacts and important data, you’re in luck! There are ways of getting (most of) your critical data out of the Apple ecosystem and into an Android device.

If You Haven’t Made Equipment Purchases This Year – Hurry!

As a business owner, you know how important it is to take advantage of every tax deduction you can. Section 179 can be a huge boon to you, but only if you act before December 31 of this year.

What is Section 179? It’s a fairly recent amendment to the tax code that allows business owners to deduct the full purchase price of up to $25,000 worth of qualifying equipment (almost all equipment qualifies, by the way, including PCs, laptops, smartphones, servers, printers, network switches, and off the shelf software, so make a list and check it twice). No hassles about figuring out what percentage you can deduct, just take the full value of the equipment right off the top, and save a bundle on your tax bill.

How to Find Your Lost iPhone

Did you know that smartphone theft is the fastest growing crime in the world? If it happens to you, it can be more than a mere inconvenience, it can cost a pretty penny in device cost, lost time, and possible recovery. Our smartphones have quickly become indispensable tools and are filled with all manner of sensitive information, both business and personal.