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Daylite 6.2: Now with Teams

It’s no secret that we here at Start On Technology are big fans of Daylite.  A well-thought-out CRM, Daylite allows for seamless access of business-critical info across all employee Apple devices.  These data types include contacts, calendars, tasks, opportunities, projects, emails, and notes.  If you’re worried about sensitive documents, you can set up custom permissions for any items in the database.  Looking […]

Xero Accounting

Xero is a cloud based accounting system. It has grown with its clients over the past 3 years, it has many small and medium sized organizations using their softwares from its origin country New Zealand, United States, Australia and United Kingdom. Throughout the years from 2006 up to 2016, Xero has been getting very positive […]

iOS 10: 50 Days Later

Time flies, doesn’t it?  It seems like just a couple weeks ago that we all received the iOS 10 upgrade.  It promised to add bells, whistles, and extra polish to an already-stellar operating system.  Fast-forward fifty days and we find that many of the minor bugs that were found in the initial release have been dealt with.  And, […]

iOS 10

Today Apple released the latest version of iOS (10) to the public. It’s a free upgrade for compatible devices. This article will reveal which devices, what’s new in iOS 10, and how to upgrade. This major upgrade to the software will be available for the following devices iPod Touch 6th generation and the following: iPhone […]

Electronics Recycling for Earth Day 2016

At Start On Technology we value how delicate our environment is on earth and how important it is to protect it. That’s why we are sure to recycle all our electronic waste produced by the services we provide. We are proud to be responsible agents of mother earth who make sure to use electronics recycling. […]

What’s New in El Capitan

The digital landscape has changed in profound ways over the last 10 years. From pervasive smart phones to life-augmenting social networking sites, our world is more tech-connected than ever before. But before iPhones, Galaxies, and Androids came into the picture with their future-forward touchscreen software set, there was Mac OS X. Now just OS X, […]

iOS 9 New Feature Roundup

On September 16th iOS 9 was sent into the wild via over-the-air or iTunes update. Right away users started to notice the update size is much smaller than iOS 8 by around 3.5 times. This made the update process fairly easy for everyone who was prepared. Of course if you haven’t updated yet we always recommend a […]

Where is My Data?

There’s no doubt that technological innovation has made it much easier for us to go about our day-to-day lives. Need to snap a picture? Pull out your phone. Need to view and modify your calendar? Pull out your phone. Need to share anything with anyone? Pull out your phone. Or computer. Or tablet. With all of […]