We’re all aware that smartphones have become the world’s primary communications device, even in the office. According to the Frost & Sullivan 2017 IT Decision Maker survey, 36% of respondents do at least part of their business function via smartphone – either one that they’ve bought themselves or provisioned by IT. But smartphones are far from perfect. We’ve all been there – your battery is … Continue reading Introducing the Newest Business Power Couple.
Desiring to be “always on” and connected, today’s workers are employing a range of devices to get work done. (See: “Are small business employees using multiple devices for work? Tips to protect data.”) However, thanks to an abundance of mobile apps and cloud computing, it’s very possible to run a small business strictly using a smartphone or a tablet. While that might enable you to … Continue reading How to run a small business from a smartphone
Today’s tools for business are a far cry from the days when a desk phone and PC were standard small business office equipment. With a desire to be always on, most workers, whether they bring their own mobile devices (BYOD) or use ones provisioned by the company, work from a desktop or laptop, smartphone and possibly a tablet to conduct business throughout the workday. Why … Continue reading Are small business employees using multiple devices for work? Tips to protect data