Sad as it may be, Summer is coming to an end and fall semester is about to kickoff. As we continue our 4-part series on Summer School IT Projects, we’ll close things out by walking through the steps needed to deploy new infrastructure and get everything ready for the new school year.
The COVID-19 pandemic rapidly changed the way people live and work. Seemingly in an instant, people were sent to work from home and connect with clients through digital means. Even as the pandemic begins to subside, the way small businesses (SMBs) complete their work has changed forever. Learn about how managed IT services helped many small businesses embrace the change.
Employees seem to prefer working from home, with over 25% saying they want to work from home permanently and nearly 50% wanting to work from home part time. Develop a robust remote cybersecurity plan with these helpful tips!
As more businesses reopen, employees and customers alike are searching for safer work and shopping environments. Fortunately, groundbreaking technology offers a way to keep both employees and customers safer as you reopen your retail business. Thermal scanners offer a fast and easy way to screen visitors to your business — regardless of mask mandates.
There’s no better time to overhaul, upgrade, or improve your network than when you have an empty building. This entry into our series on Summer IT projects for your school, we’ll talk about tackling bigger, more time-intensive network infrastructure projects with help from your Managed IT provider.
Managed IT solutions can make a huge difference for schools and colleges, but what do you do with Summer off months? Start your school’s Summer IT Projects off right with a solid plan for those months with no students. Preparing, planning, and purchasing is the first step!
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we do business, perhaps forever. For small business owners, COVID-19 has brought new challenges, from supply chain disruptions to coronavirus protection measures…and of course, cybersecurity risks. More small businesses have had to go online, thus increasing security risks. With managed IT, cybersecurity can be improved.
Microsoft Office innovations in 2021 are all about improving efficiency, streamlining processes, and demystifying the cloud. As companies search for efficiency in the wake of the pandemic, Microsoft has taken its flagship software up a level with new features and collaborative tools for remote and traditional workers.
With social distancing the new norm for the foreseeable future, enabling collaboration in and between teams can be challenging. Microsoft Whiteboard is an app that is part of Office 365. While designed for Microsoft’s Surface Hub, Microsoft Whiteboard can be used by any Office user for collaboration.