There’s a lot of talk about BYOD policies these days. While most companies are more concerned with the security risks that go along with bringing your own device, far fewer business owners forget the productivity risks. Believe it or not, a poor BYOD policy (or lack thereof) can actually hurt your staff’s productivity. Here are […]
In the 21st century, work is no longer a place you go, but a thing you do. That’s the nature of the changing work place. And your phone system needs to work with you – in multiple locations, with a mobile and growing staff, and a customer that demands high quality communications.
Any change to your business means assessing the initial cost, the long term costs, and the potential savings.
Your company's phone system is critical to your ability to run your business efficiently - connecting with clients and customers reliably.
Your new marketing campaign was a huge success and your office is receiving the highest level of calls you’ve ever experienced in your growing business. Your staff is taking live calls, checking voicemail and returning customer inquiries as fast as they can.
What if you were challenged by your CEO to hire a significant number of new employees within the next 6 months? He would want you to find the right talent that will do the jobs exceptionally well and meet the demands of your growing business.
As a senior manager, you know that finding employees with the right stuff will require you to look outside of your current office locations.
Remember the days when the only way you could empower your team to collaborate was in face-to-face meetings that required time and travel that were planned far in advance? That brings up not-so-fond memories of securing landlines, delayed flights, flip charts, windowless meeting rooms and maybe even slide projectors!
Of course in today’s business world, this is an outdated and impractical proposition.
Have you ever purchased or downloaded software for your work computer without clearing it with your IT department? Perhaps you downloaded software to make it easier for you to view your files from multiple devices. Or maybe your IT department was taking too long to find a solution to your file sharing problem so you, as a tech savvy individual, went ahead and downloaded a program which you had experience with and knew would work.