If the prevalent image of a startup is a couple of guys in a garage (think Amazon, Apple, Microsoft), the emerging picture of the workforce of the future consists of skilled talents collaborating in the cloud. Thanks to the human cloud, small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) can now eliminate the barriers associated with traditional workspaces and enjoy cost-effective solutions.
Technology can provide countless opportunities to streamline workflows, eliminate redundant processes, and reduce costs. If you’re looking to stay ahead of the competition, simple technology strategies like the ones below can dramatically enhance your business performance.
Remote work is nothing new. In 2019, 43% of employees in the United States experienced working from home at least part-time, and that number has grown by approximately 10% annually. It was predicted that 70% of workers would work from home at least five days a month by 2025, but the pandemic sped up the adoption rate.
Does your business often print materials that are larger than what your current printer can handle, such as posters and blueprints? If you're using a standard office printer, you're limited to printing 8.5 x 11-inch documents, and printing anything larger than that is going to be a constant struggle.
Popular social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter have been suffering massive data breaches for a number of years now. If you wish to continue using these services, you need to tighten your social media privacy settings. Here are a few reminders and tips to help you secure your personal information on social media.
Malware is the collective term for malicious software developed to exploit, lock, and destroy files, computers, devices, and networks. Cybercriminals use malware to steal private data, which they can sell on the dark web, or commit fraud and extortion. Do you know enough about different types of malware to detect and stop them? Take this short quiz to find out.
Nothing lasts forever — and that’s very true for your company’s servers. Purchasing new ones, however, isn’t your only option. There are other alternatives you can use that offer the same benefits as buying new servers while saving you a lot of money.
We live in a world driven by data, and it has become the backbone of businesses around the globe. According to Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser, "Data is the new oil, some say the gold of the 21st century." However, natural disasters, cyberattacks, equipment failure, and power outages can lead to data loss and downtime, which can hamper your company's productivity and reputation.
The award-winning productivity suite Microsoft 365 comes in several different packages to suit the budgets and needs of various types of businesses. Read on to learn which one is best for your company.
Information workers or frontline workers?
Microsoft 365 is the obvious choice if you’re running cloud-based business systems, but the main question is which suite will serve your needs best.
Google Chrome is the most popular and most used browser in the world. And because of its unparalleled speed, user-friendly interface, and powerful performance, it’s also touted as the best. But did you know that the Chrome Web Store is full of extensions you can install to add extra features to your browser? If you’re a Chrome user looking to improve your productivity, here are some extensions you should definitely try.