Getting a sound or text alert when someone has a question on Slack or when a new sales lead comes in sounds great in theory. But how long before those “helpful” alerts start sending your team’s productivity down the drain?
When asked what their preferred method of payment is, 80% of consumers say either debit or credit card.
One way that the office has changed dramatically in the last 15 years is through the use of mobile devices. Smartphones have gone from being something mainly used to get calls away from your desk to taking over a significant amount of workload from desktop and laptop computers.
2020 is upon us and besides just turning the calendar page on another year, we’re entering a whole new decade. The new year promises many technology advances that will continue to impact businesses, both large and small.
Bank account access, customer credit card numbers, personal patient health data, confidential company information… these are all things that are typically protected by a username and password combination.
On September 30, 2019, Microsoft made a pretty big announcement impacting the future of how businesses work. They announced the global availability of their new Windows Virtual Desktop.
The much anticipated 6thgeneration wireless connection standard was released in September 2019. So, what does upgrading to a Wi-Fi 6 router that supports the new 802.11ax standard mean?
There’s an important date coming up in January that could mean serious data security risks for businesses that haven’t upgraded their Windows 7 computers.
The data breach last year at popular hotel chain Marriott has cost the company $28 million so far, and statistics show that those costs will continue to rise well into the 2ndand 3rdyears after the breach happened.
The word “compliance” is one of those overarching terms that people use in business but aren’t always sure exactly what it entails. In short, being in compliance means you’re following the guidelines and regulations set out for your industry or all businesses in general.