As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, businesses require robust and versatile communication systems to maintain a competitive edge. Today’s business phone systems have evolved to meet these demands, leveraging the power of cloud and cutting-edge technologies.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, many companies have had to change their mode of operation by requiring employees to work from home. However, many remote workers are quickly learning they can't do their job adequately because they don't have enough internet bandwidth.
Commuting to work and walking around the office to talk to coworkers helps burn calories throughout the day. But when you’re working from home, the amount of physical activity you do tends to be much less, which can negatively impact your physical and mental well-being.
In many industries, remote working is becoming an increasingly popular option for employees. But with the freedom and flexibility of working from home comes a new set of cybersecurity risks. Read on to learn security best practices for remote workers.
Being able to work in your PJs in the comfort of your own bed is one of the greatest perks of working from home. Working remotely is not so great, though, if you’re stuck with a laptop that’s slow and inefficient. If your laptop can't keep up with your work needs and is dragging your productivity down, it's time to get a new one.
Keeping up with changes in business technology can be difficult for small- and mid-sized businesses like yours. However, upgrading your company’s technology is something you can’t afford to put off or ignore completely — not if you want to stay relevant and competitive.
Working from home is here to stay, and more businesses will continue to implement either a fully remote work policy or adopt a hybrid work model strategy. Some employees, however, may find it difficult to be as productive at home as they are at the office, especially if they don’t have sufficient internet bandwidth.
Mobile devices are indispensable. Smartphones, tablets, and other mobile gadgets play a big part in everyday processes, especially for individuals and companies that value connection and convenience. But as the number of mobile devices used in business operations increases, so do the cyberthreats that target them.
IT services are more critical than ever before, proving their value in the face of a health crisis and the abrupt shift to remote working. Here are some ways managed IT services providers (MSPs) are helping small companies leverage technology to support their remote teams and go about business as usual.
Families and communities all over the world have been told to shelter in place. However, despite social distancing measures, people are still able to connect to one another, thanks to the cloud.
Cloud computing helps buoy economies
For many people, being forced to stay at home means being unable to earn money or spend money on in-person services and activities that form dense congregations, such as watching movies or attending concerts.