There is a new weapon available to business owners who subscribe to Office 365. It’s called Office 365 Hub, and it was recently released under the guise of the Get Office App in Windows 10. Learn more about the Hub program and how it promises to increase your company’s efficiency and visibility.
Business technology has become one of the most important components for successful companies big and small. In an overwhelmingly digital landscape, businesses depend on IT for marketing, data storage, and financial transactions. And with that comes the need to secure every bit of private information cyber criminals might want to feast their eyes on.
The latest announcement from Microsoft is an extension of its new and beloved Insider Programs. If you are a Skype user — whether for business, personal use, or both — then this new program just might be for you. Android, iOS, OS X, and Windows users can join the Skype Insider Program and gain access to benefits and features not available to the average Skype user.
Artificial intelligence (AI, or “machine learning”) has quickly transformed from science fiction to reality, and is currently on track to become an integral part of the corporate business environment. According to experts, by 2020 eighty five percent of all customer interactions with a business will occur via machine learning programs.
Data is vital to your business. It’s how you keep records, track activities, and function as a business in general. However, with all of the data that your business generates on a regular basis, it can be difficult to keep everything backed up at all times.
The latest Office 365 updates add productivity solutions and increased security to business owners who utilize the cloud-based program. Azure Information Protection, Enterprise Mobility + Security Suite, and Productivity Insight were slated to be released in late 2016. Read on to learn more about Office 365’s new features and how you can use them in your business.
Scam artists will stop at nothing to make an extra buck, which means that people need to be vigilant about protecting their valuable information. While the phone is still a popular method of approach, the Internet has opened a new avenue for the scammer to attempt to steal your money.
Many business owners wonder whether Unified Communications (UC) would ultimately benefit their business. If you are one of those business owners, get to know some of the facts about UC before you make your ultimate decision. Read on for information on the pros and cons of UC and contact us as soon as you are ready to make your choice.
Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have changed the way we interpret the word social. Whereas it used to mean just catching up with a friend over tea, being social online now has blurred the lines between friends and customers. But far beyond the “big three” lies dozens of untapped social networks.
In a world full of fresh options, there is no reason for you to be bogged down by outdated methods. It helps to have the latest web browser tools to improve your online experience. Exploring other options always brings out revelations about how you can improve your business.