Hardware maintenance and upgrades can consume a big sum of your business’ time and money. But with Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS), a solution in which you pay a Managed Services Provider a subscription fee and let them take care of all your hardware-related issues, including upgrades, maintenance, and management, you can be sure of your hardware functionality and performance.
Warriors preparing for battle need to ensure they are armed with the best weapons and the strongest armor. The same can be said for businesses today. This means that web browsers that can house multiple windows just don’t cut it anymore; the ideal candidate makes the most out of your precious time instead of wasting it.
What tech fads has your SMB recently written off as silly and not worth your time? 3D printing, internet of things…Pokémon GO? Juvenile as they may seem at first, these trends helped to make a lot of businesses a lot of money. Navigating the quickly rising and falling auspices of the tech world may seem like a lost cause, but with the right know-how, you can make, connect, and catch profits by exploiting the tech trends of the day.
A good business owner needs to occasionally put themselves into their employee's shoes to get a better picture. Imagine you are a sales representative, most of your working time is split between email inbox and CRM software. All that jumping around between the two is going to become very problematic.
Microsoft recently announced the release of the SharePoint mobile app for iOS. Now you can take your intranet with you. Stay connected to important content, sites, portals and people easily and effectively while on-the-go.
The SharePoint mobile app works with SharePoint Online in Office 365. Once you download the app on your iPhone, you will be prompted to login using your SharePoint credentials.
A voice-over Internet protocol (VoIP) system uses the Internet to provide a business with telecommunications services. Consumers can view VoIP as a cost-effective way of using the Internet-based connection to operate a large telephone system.
The argument is easy to make for having one Internet service and then leveraging VoIP to operate multiple phone lines and virtual phone numbers and manage them through a single dashboard.