The internet is a big part of small business, and it’s vital that you provide sufficient bandwidth to accommodate your employees/customers and all that data moving around. So how do you calculate exactly how much you need? Let’s start by answering some simple questions.
The Internet of Things. Big Data. Artificial Intelligence. As the internet continues to evolve and grow, data center administrators need to ready themselves for the massive amounts of data they need to handle.
In today’s business setting, there are more ways of communicating then ever before—from emails and texts, to traditional calls and video conferencing, to a variety of social networks—and some are less time-efficient, convenient or traceable than others. And while it may feel like your company has more forms of office communication than employees, here are four good reasons why a chat app makes sense for even the smallest of small businesses.
Big data is growing faster than ever and and it can be hard to keep up. Here are five big data trends you should be aware of in today’s rapidly evolving IoT landscape.
There’s an office software Renaissance going on, offering small business owners a vast variety of time-saving tools to make the workdays run more smoothly and productively! Now here’s the bad news: As a small business owner, you’re probably too busy with day-to-day operations to read this article. But maybe one of your employees will read this...or your spouse. In any event, we are here to let you know about some of our favorite online applications that’ll help you better manage your business.
You need it to pay the bills when they’re due, and to pay your staff. But long sales chains or slow-paying clients could put you in a cash flow crisis if you’re not prepared. Here are a few things you can do (and not do) to better manage your cash flow.
For small businesses, a slow or unreliable Internet connection is more than simply an annoyance. It means less productive and efficient employees. It means unhappy customers. It means financial losses unless you act quickly. The challenge is to deliver a wireless solution that offers dependability, performance and robust security.
According to a survey by BrightLocal, 93% of consumers read peer reviews, and 60% won’t use a business that gets a thumbs down. So, now that you’re in the acceptance phase of your grief, what can you do to boost your future online reviews? Just take the following steps to help you attract more reviewers, gain better business ratings and better engage your audience.
Just like a garden, your company’s email list won’t bloom by itself. You must constantly tend to your database in order to keep it alive and thriving. To that end, we offer the following tips...they may not do much for your relationship with your neighbors, but they can work wonders for your contact list!
For the last decade or so, we've been promised a future filled with Jetsons-style smart devices that will talk to us, think for us, and make life easier. It’s safe to say that the future has arrived. Take a look at this infographic to see what the IoT has in store for us in the years to come!
A network power study by Emerson reveals that unplanned data center outages cost businesses nearly $9,000 per minute. While unexpected downtime may provide welcome relief for employees if they get sent home while the network is down, for management the headache is just beginning.
It's one thing to get a text from your spouse asking you to pick up milk and juice on the way home from work. It's quite another to get that same message from your refrigerator.
Your 3rd grade science teacher may have asked you, what happens when clouds fill up? They get dark and slow and it let some of that moisture fall to earth, right? You've got to switch to your rainy-day plans.
Maybe your company has expanded. Or maybe it’s the same size but now deals with more robust applications. Or maybe your account team downloads an inordinate amount of cat videos.
In 2018, artificial intelligence is synonymous with Transformer-esque robots taking over the world. While the future of AI remains unclear, daily bots like Siri, Cortana, and Alexa won’t provoke Megatron to crash land in the middle of Times Square.
We’ve gotten way smarter when it comes to sniffing out email phishing scams and recognizing cybercrime. No longer are we excited to hear from that Nigerian prince or go into a frenzy when the IRS demands a payment.
What’s one lesson you can learn from Blockbuster and Borders? How important it is to hit the ground running when it comes to implementing a digital plan. They were two major enterprises that got off to a late start on the journey to digital transformation.