Having a forecasted outlook for new tech updates can help organizations better plan for what’s next. Some companies even rely on these improvements to fix known issues, answer common product needs or enhance the user experience (UX).
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Like many other small businesses across the world, we’re willing to bet that you're likely using Microsoft in some capacity. In fact, Microsoft Office 365 (now M365) witnessed a 21% rise in usage to 258 million users in 2020. Microsoft Teams, in particular, surpassed 270 million monthly active users in January 2022.
Many different types of businesses (and industries) rely on the support of trained specialists to ensure that IT and security infrastructure is up to speed. There are a variety of subcategories within the field of IT that require advanced training and expertise.
Small businesses underestimate cyber-attack protection believing in the false idea that cyber criminals only target large enterprises. In fact, the opposite is true.
In this article, we’re highlighting four of the most popular cloud-based collaboration tools that we can't live without. As summer gets into full swing here in Boise, SMB owners can feel confident unplugging without losing touch with what's happening across the business.
Modern businesses are often in need of digital products and processes that make it easier to conduct normal operations in the most efficient way. While there’s no shortage of productivity tools on the market, it’s important to know your top priorities before making a decision.
While the days of downloading new antivirus software from floppy disks or CDs are long gone, having up-to-date protection against cyber threats is still a very present reality. Even if the way we protect our computer systems looks different than it did in decades past, the need for protecting valuable data is more important than ever.
Imagine that you’ve spent many years and thousands of dollars building up the IT infrastructure of your small business. Lately, you’ve started to notice that your computer connections are lagging or moving slowly, and you’re increasingly worried about outside cybersecurity threats that your basic managed services provider (MSP) doesn’t cover.
Cloud computing provides a way of accessing resources like computing power, storage, servers, and databases over the internet via a third-party provider. You no longer need expensive hardware to run your business. All you need is an internet connection and a pocket-friendly cloud subscription.
Cloud computing for business enables you to scale your business on-demand, helps you reduce costs, makes it easier for your employees to collaborate, safeguards your business operations, and much more. The fact that over 92% of companies use cloud-based services says a lot about the adoption of cloud computing.
Many business practices change over time, but few have the potential to radically alter how we live and work. Cloud computing is one innovation that’s not only here to stay, but it transforms many businesses into highly efficient organizations.