Even though the issue of privacy is a controversial topic these days, security cameras and telephone systems for small businesses can be an important necessity in keeping it financially secure and safe. Here are a few reasons for business owners to consider installing both a security camera system and a telephone system.Details
CCTV surveillance systems add value to your business in many ways through many outlets. For example, security cameras help you pinpoint which areas draw the most attention or traffic to a storefront, and they can determine if you need more cashiers, or assistance, in one area of a retail store. Read more to learn just…Details
Does your office need a capable phone system without spending thousands on equipment and supplies? If so, a hosted PBX phone system is the solution. Designed to allow small and medium-sized businesses, or SMBs, to take advantage of advanced telephone technologies without having to invest in an entire system, PBX phone systems offer all the…Details
When it comes to keeping your business data safe, it’s important to keep backups and perform routine server maintenance procedures. Whether you’re responsible for running a large corporation or a small to medium-sized business, server backup is vital to your long-term success. What Is a Backup Server? A backup server is a server that is…Details
If you aren’t able to calculate your bandwidth requirements accurately, you could end up overpaying for bandwidth you don’t need, or worse, being unable to connect to your customers or to vital online services. While there is no universal answer to the question “How much bandwidth do I need?” there are steps you can take…Details
Do you know how to connect to the internet efficiently? Many businesses are using wifi when they need to be hardwired and vise versa.
You could be slowing your internet down due to too many people trying to access it at once. Or even using an unsecured access when you shouldn’t be.
Make sure your business is running effortlessly and take the quiz!Details
The cloud. It’s one of the most popular buzzwords to come out within the past decade. Almost everyone seems to be doing their business on the cloud. It gets rid of the need for hard copies on computers, instead moving the storage to a server that is located almost anywhere in the world. In many cases, it saves a lot of headaches for IT support.
But what are the actual benefits? While getting rid of servers may eliminate the need to invest in equipment, is it saving you and your employees time and money? Is it better to have the resources of your entire company in another place instead of right in the office?
Well… it depends.Details