By the year 2020, the U.S. mobile workforce is expected to grow to approximately 105.4 million people. Many companies are leveraging a mobile workforce to increase productivity, customer service, flexibility and promote a better work-life balance. But, before you start waving goodbye to your team, you must make sure they’re equipped with the right tools to get the job done from anywhere.
As the new year begins and we say goodbye to 2016, we often reflect on our past success and failures and think of ways to make 2017 the best it can be. For many, technology was a struggle in 2016 with the largest number of cyber attacks and more than 86 percent of the most visited websites suffering significant downtime.
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Cutting costs is the primary goal for most business owners. They’ll check and double check their books looking for areas that offer a little wiggle room and decide what’s important. What many don’t realize is nearly every business has hidden savings within their IT, they simply lack the time or expertise to find it. Here are three major steps you can take to make better technology decisions that improve your bottom line.
Picture this eerie scene. It’s a dark and stormy night, the winds are howling and tree branches scratch the office windows. Suddenly, the lights flicker, then go out, computer screens turn pitch black, and the hum of the servers goes silent. Then the harsh reality creeps in—your data is gone and your business is now dead in the water.
Every business looks to keep costs down, but the best way to do that differs based on many variables—especially when it comes to your IT. Staffing and maintaining an experience IT team is expensive, plus there’s the cost of fixing daily hiccups, constants updates and continually evolving to new technologies to stay competitive. Technology is essential to your success, but sometimes trying to do it all on your own is overwhelming and not the best thing for your bottom line. That’s why many organizations are looking to a trusted managed services provider (MSP) for help with some, or all, of their IT.