For many businesses, it’s hard to draw the line between what they can and cannot do when it comes to social media. And while social media use can help boost a business’s growth, it can also impair growth when it’s used the wrong way. Here are some important practices to remember when using social media for business.
Protection from the ubiquitous computer hacker is paramount for any business. Each year, billions of dollars are spent on security systems to keep confidential and sensitive data safe from those seeking to exploit it. How is it then, that we’ve forgotten about the one place where all of our vital business decisions are made?
Boston based Rapid7 is a security company that specializes in finding holes in computer systems, and earlier this year their chief security officer, HD Moore, found a way to remotely spy on top firms’ conference rooms across the nation.
Getting dazed and confused with all of the options for chatting, texting, tweeting, posting, liking and poking people at work nowadays? Fear not, Unified Communications can help you and your business manage and make sense of all of these different communication forms.
Usually due to budget and manpower constraints, small and midsized businesses (SMBs) often need to outsource a few aspects of their operations – and partnering with a Managed Service Provider (MSP) is one example. Just as in any other partnership, and especially since IT management is a relatively long-term deal, it’s important that you establish the right business relationship between yourself and your MSP.
Business relationships are cultivated.
Thinking of adopting a “bring your own device”, or BYOD, policy at work? Learn more about what it is, why it’s becoming popular – and what you need to consider before rolling it out.
You may have noticed more and more of your employees or colleagues bringing their own computing devices to work—be it their mobile phone, tablet, or laptop.
With today’s advancements in technology, and the constant lowering of prices as technology achieves mass adoption, VoIP is now within easy reach for most businesses—even small businesses. Read on to find out why you should consider switching to VoIP for your phone and office communication systems today.
Small businesses struggle with limited resources to make ends meet while continuing to provide the best service and/or products to their customers and clients. The emergence of cloud computing has allowed these businesses to breathe easier and better manage their resources and IT requirements.
Wireless hotspots are convenient – but not terribly secure. While allowing you to work from anywhere, they can also expose your device and data to security threats. Read on to find out how to protect yourself.
Wireless internet access, or WiFi, is now so common that it can be found virtually anywhere—in airports, shops, restaurants, and other public spaces.
For smaller companies and businesses who are constantly on the lookout for great free finds on the web: here are a few nifty and free online tools that might potentially help you, both in saving costs and boosting your productivity and efficiency.
It is a constant challenge for small businesses to meet ever-changing and ever-evolving IT requirements while balancing a budget and keeping costs reasonable.
Managing IT can be a big challenge for any kind of company, especially smaller and medium-sized businesses who have fewer resources to work with. But with the steadily growing popularity of cloud computing, more and more organizations are deciding that it may help them make operations much more efficient.