2020

 Essential Guide: Best Phone Service for Nonprofits

Nonprofit organizations generally vary in size and regularly search for assistance and support to keep up their work and efforts. To run the job smoothly, nonprofits need an office phone system that is versatile, robust, and dependable. A ton can change in a short amount of time in some random activities, so you need a system that is ready at all times. Reliable and dedicated nonprofit phone services to guarantee

Protecting Your Client Data As A Freelancer

Over 57 million people in the US are freelancers. This represents 35% of the working population. Freelancing is no longer just a side hustle. Thanks to groundbreaking technology, internet connectivity, and advanced devices, freelancers can now work at home full time. You can employ yourself, earn an excellent income, enjoy the freedom of setting your own schedule, and pursue different projects simultaneously. Whether you are a programmer, developer, or web

5 Ways Your Maintenance Management System Is Causing Your Business to Lose Money

Ask yourself: When did you last update your maintenance management system? Is the answer anything like “a while ago,” or perhaps even longer? If so, then there’s a high chance that you are missing out on systems that could be saving your business vast sums. Many businesses are still burdened or even crippled by ineffectual or outdated maintenance management software. Worse still, some businesses may not be using any software

Cyber Security threats we can face during the COVID-19 Pandemic

In present times none of our generations alive in the world has ever experienced a pandemic like COVID-19. As the effects of the Coronavirus are felt around the world, whatever industry you are in, you are undoubtedly concerned about the biological, economic and cybersecurity threat of the novel coronavirus. As we are all distracted by the global health crisis, cybercriminals are taking advantage of this situation in many ways. According

The Case for VPNs Right Now

With the outbreak of the coronavirus, many employees who are accustomed to going to the office every day are working at home for the first time. Larger employers often have the infrastructure in place to support telecommuters and employees who travel. They protect the data that remote workers generate through corporate VPN networks. That’s not always the case with small businesses whose employees normally work onsite. New at-home workers may