It’s easy to get bogged down in the day-to-day operations of a business, without taking a moment to consider whether there are better and easier ways to get tasks accomplished. Over time however, when it becomes obvious that productivity or customer service levels are declining, or sales, it’s definitely time to review whether there are better ways to accomplish tasks. By doing so, companies can take advantage of the latest
Microsoft is an essential part of many business’ operations. Businesses rely on Microsoft Word for their word processing needs, Excel for spreadsheets and PowerPoint for presentations. The cloud has become an integral part of Microsoft’s offerings, and this had led the company to offer two different versions of Microsoft Office: Office 365 Office 2019 Each version can be used for business, but which is ideal? Office 365: Cloud-based Office 365
Many businesses provide their employees with smartphones and/or tablets to use when they are on the go. Although having any time anywhere access to corporate systems is at minimum convenient, for some businesses it is absolutely necessary. For those companies who allow BYOD (bring your own device) access to corporate data, it is even more important to ensure that staff members follow proper security protocols when using their own devices.
Cloud computing has several advantages for small and medium-sized businesses. It allows easier access to company applications and software while on-the-go. It also frees up small companies to focus on growing their business, rather than getting bogged down maintaining their own technology resources. However, just because a business decides to hire an outside provider to manage their cloud resources, it doesn’t mean they are off the hook when it comes
Have you noticed that your technology is struggling to keep up as the company expands over time? If so, you’re not alone. Many companies solely focus on increasing their sales without considering whether their technology will be able to accommodate their growth. Here are several IT mistakes you should try to avoid as your business starts to grow: Mistake #1 Your Technology Does Not Align With the Company’s Overall Goals