A dashboard is a business intelligence tool that displays metrics and key performance indicators (KPI) for organizations. Dashboards provide you an overall view of how your business is performing. Here are some uses of dashboards in real-life business situations.
Smartphones have become an indispensable tool for most of us. We use them for a wide range of activities, from gaming to checking social media to accessing work apps. Because of heavy use, our smartphones may sometimes run out of battery. When that happens and you’re out in public with no access to your charger, using public charging kiosks to bring your phone back to life can seem like a good idea — but it’s not.
Technological innovations seem to emerge faster and faster every year, but the COVID-19 pandemic boosted technology in a way no one has seen before. Lockdowns and stay-at-home orders forced many companies to switch to a work from home setup. Suddenly, video conferencing apps like Zoom and Microsoft Teams went from being rarely used forms of communication to the preferred meeting platforms of many businesses.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced a lot of businesses in Southern California to switch to a work from home setup. And with the new stay at home orders issued by Gov. Gavin Newsom, people will have to wait a while longer before they can go back to working in a normal office setting.
Your company's documents, be they physical or digital, are constantly exposed to various threats as they are shared using a variety of mediums such as flash drives, email, and the cloud. Research shows that an average business shares its documents with around 826 external domains.
By now, most business leaders understand the need for digital transformation, but for some industries, change has been a long time coming. The ongoing pandemic has highlighted many of these preexisting challenges, placing traditional businesses under enormous pressure to innovate as quickly as possible.
When purchasing new computers, buyers used to have limited choices when it came to what kind of storage they got with their laptop or desktop PCs. But nowadays you can configure your system with either traditional hard disk drives (HDDs), increasingly common solid state drives (SSDs), or in some cases both.
Web browsers are gateways to the internet, which is why you should care about how they transmit and store sensitive information. In an era where too much security is never enough, you need your browser to also have built-in cybersecurity features. But which web browser is the safest? Read on.
Microsoft 365 Groups is a cross-application service that lets users choose the people with whom they want to collaborate and share resources, such as a document library or a Microsoft Outlook inbox. And with its connectors feature, anyone can send information — even those from third-party apps — to the rest of the group right in their shared inbox.
Before, hiring specialists to analyze business data entailed costs that only large companies could afford. This was one of the reasons why small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) were hesitant to implement business intelligence (BI). But times have changed.