Businesses benefit tremendously from connecting office computers and other devices to form a network. It allows you to easily share files and equipment like printers, communicate with others, view other people’s work, and collaborate on projects. But these networks also leave your computers and devices vulnerable to damage and your data vulnerable to theft.
Technology continues to reshape the business landscape. It fosters innovation, which has led to boosts in productivity and faster, more efficient business processes to keep up with rising customer demands. But when left unchecked, technology can also pose serious risks such as devastating data breaches and lost customer confidence from inadequate cybersecurity.
Designing a network is a complex task. You have to factor in a lot of internal and external aspects such as your company’s requirements, possible security threats, the organization’s growth plans, and more. The following best practices will go a long way in making your life easier when configuring your office network.
Technology is changing the professional services landscape. It is presenting professional services firms (PSFs) new challenges as well as new opportunities. To keep up with the rapidly evolving technology, PSFs are turning to managed IT services providers (MSPs) to take care of their IT needs.
Managing an efficient, safe, and productive warehouse is not an easy feat. That’s why more and more businesses are turning to a warehouse management system (WMS) to efficiently monitor and control their operations from end to end: from receiving to picking to packing to shipping.
Have you ever gotten a text message stating that you have just won the lottery? Or perhaps you have received a warning email from your bank that requires you to fill out the attached form to unlock your account? Beware, you might become a victim of a phishing attack! Phishing is a form of identity […]
Are your employees bugging you for a software upgrade? Are you thinking of retiring any of your current equipment? Are you planning to buy new hardware anytime soon? Don’t just dive right into it! First, take a long look in the mirror with a technology needs assessment.
Every day you visit a lot of the same websites. To make yourself far more efficient, we highly recommend adding them to your bookmark toolbar for faster access. Here is an example of an organized bookmarks toolbar. Here’s how to set this up: In Chrome, click the little star next to the website […]
Running a manufacturing business is quite complicated. It involves managing several moving parts such as taking in customer orders, ordering raw materials, tracking inventory, scheduling production, monitoring shipment, and many more. Since the US manufacturing industry is forecasted to boom further, you can expect the volume of work and the competition to get even crazier.