WFH can be challenging especially with multiple staff members and new procedures. Make sure to check-in with your staff to see how they are adapting to the new work flow and environment. It is never too late to make changes for your employees.
Working from home nowadays is normal and more frequent. Microsoft 365 gives you the tools to do your job on any device you have at any place you might need to be. So now you can work anywhere! No more working in the office!
Password managers have the ability to save your business! These 3 ways can help your employees be productive and efficient in the office while maintaining security! If you are not already using a password manager, then get started as soon as possible!
What a great feature! You can add voiceovers or effects over one or multiple slides! Your presentations can now be more enjoyable and animated for your audience!
Email is the most common form of communication for businesses. Hackers are taking every measure possible to receive private information through email. Make sure to take the precautions to keep hackers out and your security from being breached.
Businesses tend to overlook data security however it is very important. There are so many potential risks and hacks that could happen if data is not properly taken care of. Here are a few things that you can do to decrease the risk and protect your data.
Are you running around town a lot and want to track your mileage? MileIQ is a great and easy tool to use! It can track your distance and allow you to personalize things such as adding other vehicles!
Do you use Excel often? In order to be more productive, you can use the Smart Lookup feature to search for things you might need! Smart Lookup is a great tool to keep you moving forward!
Cyber criminals are always looking to gain private information. Hackers are now trying to get information through browsers and software installations rather than just through emails. Thus, never let your guard down when it comes to cyber crime. It's always better to be safe than sorry!