Do you ever go through manual processes that you do daily and think, “There must be a better way to do this!”
You’re not alone. Despite all the technology at their fingertips, many offices in Connecticut and throughout the country are doing things the hard way even though their technology could improve their workflows.
It is estimated that 80% of U.S. small businesses are not taking full advantage of their technology.
After about a decade of discovering the benefits of using cloud-based systems, many businesses in Connecticut and the rest of the country have adopted multiple cloud tools to help with their business processes.
Any that may have been lagging behind were certainly pushed over to cloud tools due to the pandemic. The sudden “stay at home” orders had companies scrambling to put a technology infrastructure in place that could run their business remotely.
Most of us are online more than we realize. Being “connected” has become a part of life and it’s not just relegated to the time we spend browsing the internet on a PC.
Being online includes smartphones, wearables (like an Apple Watch) and IoT devices (like Alexa). That adds up to a lot of waking time online per day in one form or another between at home and the office.
The FBI regularly puts out public service alerts related to one of the most dangerous online threats that individuals and businesses face – Phishing.
One of the FBI’s latest phishing warnings from March 20, 2020 is about scammers leveraging the COVID-19 pandemic to send out phishing emails about multiple subjects. In fact, phishing has increased more than six-fold during the pandemic.
Your small business is growing steadily and with that growth comes new challenges to set it up for continued success. We are here to help you do just that.
Once a business reaches a certain number of employees, the need to share resources and files in a more efficient way becomes imperative. That is usually when a company considers adding a server to their technology infrastructure.