Suspicious links in emails tempting employees? Build security into your small business corporate culture

Curiosity doesn’t just kill the cat; it may be putting your small business data in considerable jeopardy. A recent study of 1700 students conducted by researchers at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität in Germany found that even though users know a link from an unknown sender can pose a risk of infecting their computer with a virus; they … Continue reading Suspicious links in emails tempting employees? Build security into your small business corporate culture »

Plantronics Manager Pro Casebook: Three use cases for the new cloud-based headset management software

A Plantronics Manager Pro Casebook Three use cases for the new cloud-based headset management software When it comes to headsets, IT has had a significant challenge. With the responsibility for hundreds, or even thousands, of headsets company-wide, there’s been no easy way for IT departments to know how many or what types of headsets are … Continue reading Plantronics Manager Pro Casebook: Three use cases for the new cloud-based headset management software »

Where to find small businesses these days? In the cloud

Small businesses have jumped onto the cloud across the globe, according to a recently released study by Intuit.  The “2016 Appification of Small Business Report,” which focused on 2000 small businesses in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Australia, found that 64 percent run in the cloud. With cloud computing, applications and company data no longer … Continue reading Where to find small businesses these days? In the cloud »

Getting the most from mobile collaboration for small business productivity

Last week’s post on a mobile first employee strategy (See: Build small business employee engagement with a mobile first strategy) highlighted the importance of mobile collaboration, the ability to enable mobile and remote employees to work together on projects through the use of mobile devices and apps. As noted, a recent global study conducted by … Continue reading Getting the most from mobile collaboration for small business productivity »

What Does Innovation Sound Like? Ask the ‘Father of Bluetooth’

This year marks the thirteenth anniversary that Dr. Jaap Haartsen was issued the patent for Bluetooth; a nearly ubiquitous technology synonymous with mobility and a mobile lifestyle. His colleagues borrowed Bluetooth’s name from the 10th century King of Denmark, King Harald Bluetooth, who was famous for uniting Scandinavia. But if Dr. Haartsen had his way, … Continue reading What Does Innovation Sound Like? Ask the ‘Father of Bluetooth’ »