We hope that you enjoyed our Remote Office Series over the past twelve weeks! It is, sadly, over, but we’ve got a whole new 13 episode series starting today, July 9th.
The recent shift to remote work stresses how much your team relies on reliable and secure internet. You need consistently performing internet connectivity to stay productive. Whether you’re home or in the office, choosing the right way to connect to the internet helps you get the most of your bandwidth. As with every aspect of your business, there are costs and benefits with choosing either wired or wireless internet connections.
With Office 365 and GSuite, many small businesses have already made their first move to the cloud (internet-accessed technology). While some companies are hosted entirely in the cloud, a common practice is to move applications as it makes sense. As the options continue to evolve and the buzz continues to grow, it’s important to know what strategy works best for your business.
You hop on a video call to meet with a prospective client. Or your team uses Office 365 to work on a spreadsheet at the same time. Every day, we leverage cloud services to build better processes and gain a competitive edge. The availability of fast and reliable internet continues to make it easier for small businesses to use tools that were once only available to big companies with large budgets.
This shift to the cloud stresses the growing need to invest in your internet infrastructure. Let’s look at how a few considerations can boost your cloud experience.
Retaining quality employees begins with a solid onboarding process. The key is to make a great first impression as it’s your first engagement – technology makes that easy! Here are some tips to onboard a new hire from an IT point of view.
Prepare for your new hire to make a great first impression. This requires a well-defined onboarding process and having the right tools ready to go so they feel valued! After all, 1/3 of new hires quit within the first six months.
With the end of support for Windows 7 on the horizon, you are likely finalizing your plans for replacing older computers. Do you need to replace just a few? Or are you looking at a much larger project? The more important question: was this part of strategic planning or a reaction to Microsoft’s announcement?
Get ready for a big update from Microsoft for Windows 10