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 remote or hybrid workplaces continue to take the place of the traditional business environment, more organizations are adapting. Future-proof your business by providing remote employees with the ultimate flexible workspace made possible by cloud technology.
Even before the advent of COVID-19, the legal industry was already considering remote legal workforce arrangements to gain access to experts in niche specialties, boost retention rates, and reduce work-based stress while amplifying productivity. Hackers are developing new inroads to data shared remotely. Learn how to protect your remote legal workforce with these three simple, actionable tips.
When business and personal computing are both performed on devices such as computers, tablets, or smartphones, it can cause problems. Fortunately, there are ways your business can secure your office technology and resources.
More employers are allowing staff to work remotely — a trend that’s continue for the foreseeable future. As businesses move to an increasingly remote workforce, they are using cloud data storage to ensure remote staff has access to critical information to keep productivity high.
Employers, schools, and parents are zeroing in on issues that can cause downtime or a reduction in productivity. Ensuring users can access critical information is important. Panasonic’s Toughbooks offer remote learners and workers a ruggedized, military grade laptop providing outstanding durability, connectivity, portability, and app integration.
VoIP is a way of making and receiving phone calls over the Internet. An increasing number of businesses are turning to VoIP technology to handle all their business communications, including voice calling and audio and video conferencing. What are the key features of VoIP? How could VoIP benefit your business?…