How does your organization manage its IT? For some businesses, it’s not an easy choice or even a remotely affordable one. Some companies are forced to endure subpar services from break-fix IT providers that don’t necessarily have the tools available to prevent issues from happening. Others try to prevent issues from evolving into major concerns. These others are the organizations that have the right idea behind technology maintenance.
There is no greater tool for your business’ success than the technology it uses, at least in theory. If you want to maximize the value you get from your technology, you need to make the correct decisions, which is easier said than done. Let’s go over some of the things to not do with your business technology.
Cybercriminals have kicked their efforts into a new gear over the past couple of years and taken advantage of many organizations as a result. This month, we’ll discuss what needs to be done to secure endpoints and keep organizational data and infrastructure secure in light of these efforts.
Printing is expensive, but it’s not like you didn’t know that already. In addition to the costs that frivolous paper usage can have to your business, there’s also the environmental impact to consider. Making a few changes around the office can help to reduce your dependence on paper to conduct business. This month, we’ll take a look at some.
A business’ communications can do a lot. It can turn big problems into small problems and it can produce a work environment that moves things along pretty well. Unfortunately for many businesses, they just haven’t learned what technologies really work and spend a lot of time and effort trying to manage and utilize antiquated communication systems. Today, we will look at three technologies that speed up business and keep employees engaged.
With so many workers taking up the mantle of remote work, it’s no surprise that businesses are looking for ways to accommodate these “new” working arrangements. Here are just a few ways that businesses of all types—small businesses included—can work toward making their operations even more flexible and mobile than before.
There are a lot of businesses that depend on their Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform. It’s not just used to manage their customer relationships, it also helps with production, invoicing, operations, human resources, and more. Today, we’ll take a look at the CRM and see how strategic use of this platform can help build your business.
Today’s business is always searching for a leg up, and this often means doing what it can to improve their operational efficiency. Companies can approach this in several ways. They can try to cut out redundancies, they can invest in training, or for many businesses, it means leveraging innovative new technological tools that are designed specifically for this purpose.
Data privacy has exploded in importance lately, especially as high-profile hacks and other types of attacks threaten businesses in never-before-seen ways. The uptick in awareness has caused lawmakers to consider many scenarios that give people more control over their data. Let’s take a look at why data privacy is important and some best practices on how to keep your sensitive data safe.
Hardware procurement is a challenging part of running any business. When you consider that the hardware is often what keeps your business running––your servers, workstations, networking components, and so on––the idea of finding the right hardware at a reasonable price becomes of paramount importance. How can you make sure that your business isn’t throwing away money on unnecessary hardware procurement? It all starts with a network audit.