Entries by Axxys Technologies

5 Tips to Make Your Desk Comfortable

There are many measures you can take to become more productive, from using the latest technology to minor changes that make tasks easier and therefore quicker. One area many managers and business owners don’t look into is making their office or workspace more comfortable. An ergonomic desk can go a long way in reducing work […]

Goodbye Laptop Guy, Hello Mobile Man

by Nathan Adair, Senior Account Executive, Axxys Technologies Three weeks working strictly on a tablet, no desktop or laptop, just the HP ElitePad…seriously! First, let me say that I don’t own an iPad and I never have. I’m not against them, I just don’t really want one. I have never been an early adopter of […]

Mobile Data Management for iPhone Users

Smartphones, like the Apple iPhone, rely on numerous factors to make them ‘smart’. One of the most important being a data or Internet connection. Most iPhone users have a mobile plan with data, allowing you to access the Internet from anywhere. However, many providers limit the amount of data that can be used each month […]

Spam, Spam, Go Away

Spam. In some ways, it’s the electronic equivalent of junk mail and home telemarketer phone calls. Spam is not only an unsolicited and annoying nuisance, it’s also a pervasive problem that’s clogging and overwhelming the Internet’s email systems. Spam accounts for approximately 80 percent of worldwide email volume. In other ways, spam is worse than […]

The ElitePad is the Balance

A couple of years ago I wrote about the introduction to the iPad to my business and personal life. There were several apps I used that really helped me be more productive when away from the office.  These apps mainly consisted of email, calendar, and a remote desktop app that allowed me to connect back […]

Point Proven on the Dallas Dart Rail

by Blake Britton, VP, Axxys Technologies On that rare occasion that I take a day off from work, the family and I decided to take the Dart Rail into Dallas for my oldest daughter’s volleyball tournament at the Dallas Convention Center. It’s amazing all the technology that you see get on, and get off the […]

Hesitant about BCP? 5 reasons not to be

Disasters come in all shapes and sizes, from losing a day’s worth of data to floods or fires that can harm whole cities. Because they are so unpredictable in nature, it can often be hard to prepare your business for the inevitable. However, businesses aren’t at a total loss if they have Business Continuity Plans […]

Writing Better Business Emails

The way you use language can say a lot about you. Especially in the online world, where your words are often all you have to make a lasting impression. Here are some tried-and-true tips to keep in mind when crafting business emails that might help improve your professional image. Consider these basic tips before you […]

Secure Your Online Information

A large portion of our daily lives is now spent online. We are usually connected at work and when we go home will probably sit in front off the TV while browsing on our phone or laptops. Pause for a minute and think about all the different websites you have accounts with. If you’re like […]

Office 2013: Here's what's new

The new Office is a cloud subscription that provides virtually anywhere access to your familiar Office applications plus business-grade email, calendar, and video conferencing across your devices – from PCs to smartphones to tablets. Here’s what’s new: Devices: The new Office works great across all your devices. With its modernized, clean, and fluid user interface, […]