Technology has long played a critical role in the work of accountants. Some of the oldest relics of human civilization dating back more than 7,000 years ...
From Word to SharePoint, Office 365 has a lot offer. But each business requires different features from Office 365. Some may prioritize business analytics, while others may be content with no more than the productivity suite and Outlook. If you’re planning to deploy Office 365, first consider your business needs, then use the information below […]
Smart devices and laptops have gotten smaller and smaller over the years, and that shrinkage is happening to your typical PCs as well - in ways you never thought possible. Click here to read Brent Whitfield's blog on www.technology-in-business.net about the latest "Mini PC" craze.
One of the main reasons for the creation of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) was to provide access to voice communication from anywhere around the world. Calling a person halfway across the globe using traditional phone calls is quite expensive--- VoIP has eliminated this problem, as well as a host of other issues.
It's great to get your website on the first page of search engine results, but search volume is just as important as the high ranking. What you really need folks to do is search for the keywords your SEO content features, inciting abundant search volume and, therefore, paying customers.
Most business owners assume that making bad hires is an HR problem. Would it surprise you to hear it could actually be a training problem? Hiring great people when your current team isn’t up to par is just continuing an already existing problem. Click here to read Brent Whitfield's guest blog on MSPAlliance's website on how a properly trained team can be the secret to avoiding bad hires.
There have been some truly horrifying cyber-security headlines popping up over the last month. If you’ve been reading about “fileless” malware attacking banks and other big-name institutions around the world, we’re here to set the record straight: Your business isn’t in direct danger. But even if you’re not, staying abreast of all the details is […]
It’s awfully tempting to assume that your network, hard drives, and servers will function as designed as time progresses. In reality, problems pop up and emergencies are bound to occur. If your disaster recovery plan isn’t up to par, you could lose an abundance of customers, data, time, and money when an emergency or digital attack occurs.
We can write about disaster recovery planning (DRP) until our fingers bleed, but if we never discuss real-world scenarios it’s all just fumbling in the dark. Examining these successes and failures is the best way to improve your business continuity solutions, and the recent audit of a state government office is rich with valuable takeaways. […]
Managed service providers (MSPs) exist to complement the functions of already-existing IT personnel. As time progresses, more enterprises are gaining a thorough understanding of the merits of these helpful service providers. The assistance of MSPs frees up in-house IT talents to focus on their main projects.
“Easy-to-use,” “SEO-friendly,” “open-source,” and “customizable.” These are some of the words that best describe WordPress, currently the most popular Content Management Solutions (CMS) platform. With thousands of websites affected in a recently launched series of attacks, “easy to target,” “hackers’ favorite,” and “prone to attacks” could soon be used to define the experience of running […]