Every business owner needs to understand the pivotal role that technology plays in their business’s growth. However, many companies just aren’t able to keep up with the latest trends and developments. When this happens, they miss out on important opportunities to grow, and when an organization falls behind the times, they fall out of practice.
Have you heard about Office 365 Planner? It’s a pretty cool little project tool that Microsoft introduced recently. If you are an Office 365 subscriber, chances are you already have it. Full disclosure, I LOVE Microsoft Project (and Project Server/Project Online). So I was a little skeptical of ‘another’ project tool.
The ransomware machine keeps moving forward, despite significant opposition. In particular, the ransomware tag-team duo of Petya and Mischa have steamrolled most attempts to block them from accessing critical systems, always finding ways to outsmart security professionals.
With the opportunity to track metrics becoming more readily available for all types of businesses, some organizations invest heavily into time-tracking software and other KPIs that they believe will help their team be more efficient in the workplace.
Technology grows more mobile with each passing moment, and emojis have popped up in places that nobody could have dreamt of. In particular, business communications have experienced a surge of emojis, but how (and why) is this the case? Aren’t emojis unprofessional? Shouldn’t they have no place in the business world? Well, let’s explore this a bit.
Businesses rely on hardware, like workstations, servers, mobile devices, and more, to keep operations moving forward. However, managing these knowledge-intensive machines can demand time and resources that are finite for SMBs. If you’re challenged by the management and deployment of hardware, let us guide you through the process of doing so.
The benefits of utilizing smartphones in the workplace are many and obvious. Yet, it may be in the best interests of some companies to ban smartphones altogether, and instead go with older-model flip phones. As counterproductive as this sounds, more companies are saying “out with the new in with the old.
Simplex-IT is hosting a Business Continuity, Backup, and Disaster Recovery Breakfast seminar and you’re invited! Well, everyone is.. We’re inclusive and welcoming like that 😉
All the details are here: Seminar Info Please RSVP so we can maintain a headcount (we have limited seating). This is from 9am-11am, a little different than we’ve done in the past.
Simplex-IT recently starting working more closely with Robin Robins and the folks over at Technology Marketing Toolkit, and boy are they whipping us into shape. We’re getting more efficient with many of our internal initiatives, and were recently recognized for our outstanding performance in the first 90 days.
Hi, my name is Connor Coppedge. I am a transfer student who now attends the University of Akron where I am studying Digital Forensics. Before Akron I was at Kent State University where I earned my associates degree in Computer Technology with a focus in Networking.