As a business owner, your focus is to ensure that your business systems and data are secure from threats. There are many ways to make that happen. You may find yourself asking, what is the best way? Which solution will provide the most return on your investment? Would it be a new firewall? Fresh antivirus and anti-malware apps? Actually, the answer might surprise you. The best return on your invested dollars is to help educate your end users. One ignorant end user can bring down your entire infrastructure no matter what you might have invested.
It’s a new year and that means we’re all looking for ways to improve our health. Maybe you joined a gym or you’re trying some new diet. No matter what you’re doing, you’re watching out for your personal health. But are you also doing all that you can to keep your business healthy? If you’ve ever heard of VoIP services, you know that it is a great way to stay on the cutting edge of business communications. Implementing this service is a great way to improve the overall health of your business. Check out these common pain points and see if we can help diagnose your pain points.
Let’s throw it back to 1998! The days when Windows 98 was cutting-edge software, everyone wanted a Furby, and we were all belting out “My Heart Will Go On” by Celine Dion. 1998 doesn’t seem all that long ago, but when you think about it in reference to how technology has changed over the years it’s pretty astonishing! Here is our list of 4 office technologies that have changed the way people do business in the last 20 years:
Without a doubt, your business needs reliable phone access. Whether your day involves being behind a computer or sitting on conference calls, you need a reliable service that helps you stay connected. Older phone systems were not always as reliable, they were expensive, and they didn’t offer mobility. Here is where Voice over IP or VoIP comes to the rescue.
Amazon Alexa may be the darling of household technologies at the moment, but the implications for business are no less dramatic. AI is driving text-to-speech and the inverse, as well as image recognition. Cousins to Alexa, Amazon Rekognition and Lex are accelerating development in the AI space and it’s coming to businesses with real-time functionality and an affordable price point.