In the past few decades, environmental issues have risen to the forefront of our national discussion, and it’s easy to see why. Concerns about human-caused climate change and pollution have many people (understandably) worried about the future of our planet. With this in mind, many businesses are doing their best to go green around the office. Unfortunately, a lot of the information that’s out there concerning going green at work doesn’t take into account some of the cost issues and other concerns that might rightly hold even the most well-meaning business back from embracing the “green office” movement. Read more
We’ve talked previously about going green around the office, which has benefits for the environment and your bottom line. Today, we want to give you some ideas for some new tech that you can incorporate into your office to help minimize your environmental impact, while also saving money and increasing efficiency.
These devices add a touch of the digital world to things like your office plants or your thermostat, bringing unprecedented levels of control and automation to your workplace. They eliminate some tasks, simplify or streamline others, and generally make your place of business a more productive, and more enjoyable, place to work Read more
With so many devices how can we access all of our documents, files, images, from one device to the other without having to email them to the other device, or carry around a USB thumb drive? With most places offering internet access including most smartphones, most coffee shops, office buildings, hotels, etc. etc. it makes more sense than ever to use a file sharing tool like Dropbox or Google Docks to store your files in the Cloud so that you can use them no matter where you are and what device you are using at the time. In today’s world of Cloud based everything, there is no reason for you to be emailing files to yourself or plugging and unplugging your USB thumb drives. Below is partial list of the most popular cloud based file sharing options out there now. Read more
More businesses are turning to VoIP telephony due to fair prices by providers as well as a need to have a means of communication that is integrative, intuitive and cost-effective. That being said, VoIP uses the internet to transmit voice data, making it a security target for malicious hackers and bot viruses.
It’s imperative that you secure your VoIP connection if you head a large corporation with sensitive information stored on your computers and servers. In this post, we’ll expose some of the most common VoIP security vulnerabilities and what you can do about to fix them. Read more
Many companies allow their employees to bring their devices (BYOD) to work if it’s going to boost their productivity in the long run. This concept, also known as BYOD or Bring Your Own Device, is slowly gaining traction across the country as the personal electronics space expands with each passing year. Read more