The average business has countless endpoints accessing their infrastructure’s data at any given point throughout the workday. Think about it; just how many devices have access to your business’ data infrastructure? Do you know the answer? If not, then perhaps you could be doing more to secure these endpoints, as any endpoint that is not adequately secured could be a gateway into your network for a cybercriminal.
The traditional method of telephony may have been the standard for business communication for a long time, but it has since fallen out of favor compared to more modern, more flexible tools like Voice over Internet Protocol. VoIP is an exceptionally useful tool that all organizations can benefit from implementing. Let’s discuss some of the benefits that your business can leverage to its advantage as a result of using VoIP.
With several states passing more data privacy laws than ever before, it’s clear that this important topic is on everyone’s minds, and it’s not just individuals; businesses too are focusing on their personal data being discovered online. Today, we wanted to show you how to remove your personal data from a Google search result.
Small businesses rely on technology today more than ever, and it can have an effect on the way that a business operates. Many businesses when they are just starting out have significant deficits in available capital to purchase new technology so they develop processes that require significant employee time, which of course is costly, especially when there is technology available that can automate those tasks. Today, we’ll discuss how integrating new technologies can provide more organizational confidence and suggest some options that won’t necessarily break the bank.
Attorneys have a very specific job. They are facilitators, and require that they have access to information and the latest tools to be as efficient as possible. Not only does this allow them to make more money and honor more responsibilities, it helps them to provide the comprehensive legal services their clients demand.
In 2021, leadership was about coming up with new ways to keep commitments and expand in the face of global challenges. It included coaching teams from home offices and balancing new diversions and personal duties. All while dealing with the fear of what was to come. By 2022, we want to have finally put the pandemic behind us. And set the tone for a new kind of workplace, digital transformation, and working culture.
According to reports, security is a key worry when using collaboration tools because it stores customer data as well as crucial corporate data. The advantages of collaboration tools are often discussed: Reduced reliance on email More organic project cooperation Improved communication and connections across teams. Collaboration tools include services such as video conferencing, VoIP, document sharing, and instant messaging. However, these tools pose significant security risks and assessing vulnerabilities — as well as effective remedies — should be an ongoing part of our tool-selection process.
Whether we like it or not, remote work is not going anywhere, and now that employees have gotten a taste of what it feels like to work remotely, more are eager to do so than ever before. Unfortunately, the reality is that employers are eventually going to want their employees to return to the office in at least some capacity. How can employers do this without upsetting employees too much? The answer lies in a hybrid work environment.
Microsoft Teams has been the fastest-growing program in Microsoft’s history, with over 330,000 businesses using it across the world since its launch. If you work for one of these companies, you’re probably always thinking of new ways to put the app to use. But if you aren’t already utilizing Teams, here are five reasons why you should.
How to Prevent Spam Text Messages from Reaching Your Smartphone Here are five ways to filter or block spam SMS. Don’t react to unsolicited SMS messages. You’re undoubtedly aware of how reputable sources allow you to opt out of future text contact by answering “STOP”. Many spammers offer you the opportunity to react with STOP — but don’t.