In the fast-evolving business world, adapting to new technology is the difference between seeing your company thrive and being left in the dust. Today’s lesson in IT is all about the cloud, and why your business should make the switch to cloud computing. What is cloud computing? Cloud computing is a method for remotely hosting
Effective business communication and the ability to collaborate on a team are key to building a thriving company. If you can’t build strong relationships with your colleagues, clients, and partners, then your business is bound to suffer. A modern phone system is at the core of your business communication. Business phone systems have evolved to
Technology is always advancing. Keeping up with the latest trends can be challenging, especially for businesses with limited budgets. But it’s important to develop forward-thinking strategies that emphasize staying ahead of the curve. If you wait too long, you risk falling behind and becoming irrelevant. Your business will miss out on valuable opportunities to grow
As a business owner, you’re always searching for ways to reduce costs without compromising quality, efficiency, or performance. Luckily, it's not as impossible as it seems. One way your business can save money is by investing in managed IT services. Read on to learn about the financial benefits of managed IT for businesses. 1. Reduced
With the shift to cloud-based networks and remote work, a reliable IT system is more important than ever. However, having all of your IT services in-house can be expensive, ineffective and burdensome. That’s where managed IT comes in. What are managed IT services? Managed IT services include any information technology service and support handled by
With the increase in remote work over the last few years, more businesses have switched to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems. VoIP is an internet-based phone service that transmits conversations through internet lines rather than through traditional phone lines. This modern cloud-based phone service provides businesses with the flexibility to operate efficiently while employees
When you’re running a small business, sometimes the most tech savvy person on your team can step up to handle tech issues. However, this isn’t sustainable in the long-term. Not only do you need an IT support team to keep your organization running smoothly, but it allows your team to focus on performing their best.
There is one thing many small businesses do that puts them at risk for a cyber-attack. They take a reactive approach to IT security. They wait until something bad happens until they do anything. Unfortunately, we live and work in a time when you can no longer be reactive to cyberthreats. Practically every small business
Extremely dangerous and well-funded cybercrime rings in China, Russia and the Ukraine are using sophisticated software systems to hack into thousands of small businesses like yours to steal credit cards and client information, and swindle money directly out of your bank account. Some are even being funded by their own government to attack American businesses.
Are You Paying 89% Of Your Employees To Peruse Social Media, Search For Another Job And Infect Your Network With Viruses?
In a recent Wasting Time At Work Survey, Salary.com reported that 89% of employees admitted to wasting time at work every day, with some admitting they waste at least HALF of their 8-hour workday on non-work-related tasks. According to the research firm YouGov, 20% of employees are late to their jobs at least ONCE A