Using older tech devices saves money, but there is a point at which it can hurt business operations. Here are four signs that it might be time to update or replace some tech devices.
Small and midsized businesses usually have limited tech budgets, so it’s common for them to continue using their devices as long as possible. However, there is a point at which outdated tech devices become a burden and hurt business operations.
Most of the computing devices in use today have two security vulnerabilities in their chips. Learn how this situation evolved, why you should be concerned, and what you can do to protect your business’s devices.
“I need it now” is a common mindset, especially when it comes to computing devices. People want apps to respond immediately, web pages to load quickly, and messages to be delivered instantly.
Data breaches and ransomware are not the only dangers your business might face in 2018. Here are four predictions you should be aware of when developing your security and data privacy strategies.
Data breaches and ransomware took center stage in 2017. Not surprisingly, they will continue to cause concern for companies worldwide in 2018. However, these types of attacks are not the only ones you need to consider when developing your security and data privacy strategies. Experts are making some alarming predictions on what companies might have to face in 2018. Here are four predictions you should be aware of:
There are often extra tasks that need to be done in a business. To determine whether it is best to do them in-house or outsource them, it helps to know what your employees’ time is worth. Here is a straightforward calculation you can use.
In small and midsized businesses, there are often tasks that need to be done but they do not warrant hiring an employee to perform them. For example, a business might need someone to clean the office once a week, back up files every evening, or complete a one-time project.