Keeping up to date with technology is crucial for businesses to remain competitive and successful. The 2016 technology trends are paving the way for new and innovative solutions throughout the workplace. Specifically, presentation systems are being enhanced with new features that increase engagement, simplify controls, and create aesthetically pleasing solutions. Differentiate your company by hosting efficient and engaging meetings that employ these technology trends.
Welcome to part two of our three-part series about technologies that your business needs to be successful. We have discussed collaboration, and now we would like to focus on the topic of secure remote access. In fact, with all of the remote employees and mobile work capabilities we have today, how would we collaborate without having secure access to our companies’ servers and technical resources? In order to operate efficiently while still offering your workforce remote options, you must find a way to help them securely access your company’s network.
There are so many technological options for businesses and independent consumers alike, and it can be tough to navigate all of the sales and product pitches. You may even be overwhelmed enough to get stuck when deciding what you need. If so, you are not alone. Many business owners and executives just want to know what will get them the best return on their technological investments. We would like to introduce our three-part series about technologies that will help your company succeed in business.
You may be wondering exactly what Linux is and why people are using it. Linux is an open source operating system, meaning that its users can modify the source code. This system connects all of the hardware on your device to your software and is the reason your system is able to run. That being said, you should know the top basic Linux commands in order to ensure a smooth running system.
With the new hype of Pokémon Go, thousands of users are downloading and using this app daily while causing potential security risks at the same time. An employee may be trying to catch a Pokémon while simultaneously allowing third party access into your company’s data. Although you can’t control the actions of every employee, you can control the proactive solutions in place to prevent the following risks from occurring.