To thrive in a rapidly evolving corporate environment, organizations need to be able to anticipate, prepare for, and respond to change. They must always look out for forces that can disrupt business operations such as: #1. Unplanned IT downtime With many business processes now highly dependent on IT systems, any major IT infrastructure failure such […]
The Windows 7 end of life (EOL) date, January 14, 2020, is fast approaching. With less than a year to go, organizations need to plan their migration to Windows 10 as soon as possible. Failing to do so will put their businesses at risk. Moving to a different operating system (OS) can be quite difficult […]
In October 2009, Microsoft committed to provide 10 years of product support for Windows 7. This 10-year period ends on January 14, 2020, which means technical assistance and software updates, including security patches, for the operating system (OS) will no longer be available.
Purchasing work computers can be a daunting task, especially for those with little to no tech support or experience. And with thousands of different options available, how do you know which ones are best for your business? Keep these things in mind to help you make your decision.
Disasters can strike any business. These can run the gamut from the mundane blue screen of death to catastrophes such as hazardous weather, hardware failures, cyberattacks, and human error. But a robust backup and disaster recovery (BDR) plan will help you overcome any IT-related interruption in business operations and limit downtime costs.
Multi-cloud strategies are increasing in popularity. RightScale’s 2018 State of the Cloud Report found that 81% of enterprises are using multiple public or private clouds. And on average, they are using almost five different cloud services. What’s more, research firm IDC has predicted that 90% of enterprises will be using multiple cloud services and platforms […]
It’s very easy to get trapped in busywork. To increase output, you’ll have to put in more hours, or work smarter. To work smart is to reduce time spent on unnecessary tasks to get more quality work done instead. While this is easier said than done, it is achievable.
Advancements in technology have paved the way for virtual teams and work from home arrangements. Remote work allows companies to hire the best talent regardless of location and save on office expenses. Remote employees, in turn, get to enjoy the freedom and flexibility to attain a healthy work-life balance.
Technological advancements continue to reshape the way businesses operate, and the property management industry is definitely feeling the impact, with the term “proptech” or property technology now becoming a new buzzword. Property managers are turning to proptech to provide more value to clients and increase the efficiency of building operations.