With the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down major events and shuttering businesses all over the world, how will you continue to conduct business? Regardless whether your company is considered an essential business or not, you will have to adapt to an ever-changing marketplace during this challenging time. The use of eCommerce can help many businesses remain operational and reach their customers. If your
In recent weeks, you’ve probably become more aware of how easy it is to pick up and spread germs over the course of your daily activities. Proper handwashing methods are having their moment in the spotlight, prompting many to ask, “what else can I sing besides ‘Happy Birthday’ twice?” As expected, the Internet did not disappoint, and now you have numerous choices
The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly changing the way we do virtually everything, from education to eating out to business. As organizations and businesses move to online operations, there is a good chance you’ll be working remotely. For businesses and employees tasked with working from home, there are lots of new challenges on the horizon. Cybercrime and Remote Work One thing is
“Well, there’s a sign upon your door Gone phishin’ You ain’t workin’ anymore…” (with apologies to Bing and Satchmo) When it comes to compromising data security, cybercriminals have a vast selection of tools at their disposal. Their most effective tool, however, is the one that exploits your weakest link – your employees. Phishing attacks account for up to 90% of data breaches,
If you’ve been considering outsourcing your IT to a Managed Services Provider (MSP), chances are you’ve done your due diligence in sorting out your options. Your web search probably returned numerous articles with titles along the lines of, “Questions to Ask a Managed Services Provider.” These articles are helpful in general, but often they don’t dig deeply enough into what you really
Back in 2014, Lieberman Technologies published a blog post that explained the true value of a business website. The points this post made about websites still ring true today, but with some notable additions. I wanted to revisit the thoughts and ideas in this post and examine them through the lens of business in 2020. A Shift in Thinking First of all,
For many businesses, having an online presence is critical to their success. It’s no secret that a website is a central piece of modern marketing, and what greets your customers should be useful and easy to navigate. The same is true for e-commerce sites. Shoppers should be able to browse and buy with ease, trusting that a site will protect their transaction
You may have heard the term, “fourth industrial revolution” to describe the current state of technological advances. No matter how you feel about this idea, it’s undeniable that we’re living in a technologically advanced world. It’s not going to slow down any time soon. Technology Trends for 2020 As we move into the second decade of the new millennium, here are some
Windows 7 will reach its end of life on January 14, 2020. If you have not made plans to upgrade to Windows 10, your time is growing very short.
Many businesses use WordPress to easily make updates to their business' website. Mastering the basics is important to maintaining your web presence.
Because of its flexibility, web-based software can offer many benefits to businesses, including more efficient maintenance and improved data security.
As with other software, failing to update to WordPress 5 in a timely manner can be risky. If you're still using version 4, now is the time to upgrade.
Compared to traditional projection systems, big screen technology offers improved user experiences in the conference room and in public areas like lobbies.
As businesses look toward the new year, many of them will be considering a website update. Here are some of the trends you can expect to see in 2020.
The knowledge you gain from an IT assessment can help your business prepare for strategic initiatives in the coming year.