Remote working: Maintaining team communication

The coronavirus pandemic has left thousands of professionals in North Carolina with no choice but to work from home to prevent the spread of the disease. And for those who are used to interacting with their colleagues in person, the abrupt change has been overwhelming.

Overcome these common accounting challenges

With digital technology having such an immense impact on how people work, the old methods of handling tax reports and other accounting data are no longer enough to achieve desirable results. Clients expect technologically advanced solutions for their accounting needs.

4 Hardware Devices You Should Replace Rather than Repair

With their increasing dependence on technology, many business administrators want to get as much as they can out of their investments. This is understandable given that companies of all sizes are spending more on technology than ever before. However, the make-do-and-mend philosophy does not apply to enterprise IT.

Malfunctioning computers and other systems are a common cause of frustration in the workplace, both among employees and the customers they serve.

How to Find and Eliminate Bandwidth Hogs

With more companies shifting their computing workloads to the cloud, bandwidth has become one of the most valuable commodities in modern business. Unfortunately, in many areas of the country, Internet speeds are still not up to the job of handling all the work they need to without major slowdowns causing a drain on productivity.

5 VoIP Features that Improve Business Performance

While technological upheavals are nothing new in the world of business, VoIP has revolutionized corporate communications to an extent not seen since the advent of email itself. Nonetheless, although most small businesses are already aware of this relatively new technology, a lot have yet to move away from the traditional landline.

What Are the Security Implications of Cloud Computing?

More businesses than ever are migrating their IT operations to the cloud for lower costs and reduced dependence on on-premises systems and the expertise needed to maintain them.

Nonetheless, security remains one of the biggest concerns among businesses that have yet to make the move.

How to Know when It’s Time to Upgrade Your Hardware

Technology evolves quickly, often too quickly, for IT departments to keep up with. At some point, your equipment will stop fulfilling the growing needs of your business, yet you may feel stuck trying to operate on outdated hardware. When this happens, you end up leaving your entire infrastructure open to a whole raft of performance- and security-related issues.