As recently as a couple of decades ago, few could have imagined how integral technology has become in running a business today. Technology enables day to day operations, empowers communication, and protects people and property. But for all the good it does for our businesses, technology can also introduce difficulties, whether practical, financial or otherwise.
By: Laura Wasson, Executive of Voice Technologies
A number of technologies have come to the forefront of the business landscape during the pandemic, and many of them focus on one key goal: improved communication. As the second wave of the surges and businesses are faced with changes and logistical hurdles at every turn, the importance of this goal is increasingly apparent.
By: Tech Electronics
The Coronavirus health crisis has disrupted nearly every aspect of everyday life, and the way that we conduct business is no exception. Many cities and states have introduced stay-home orders, including all of the regions Tech Electronics serves. As a result, we’ve all had to confront some harsh realities about our preparedness for a remote workforce.
By: Alex Wasson
The physical security of our employees and buildings are a far higher priority to business leaders and decision-makers than they have traditionally been in the past. It is unfortunate that nearly every day there are reports or threats of violence in the workplace and schools around the nation. Although it’s hard to imagine, = the “all mythical and mysterious” Cloud can play a significant role in decreasing or even preventing a potential tragedy from occurring.
By Laura Wasson
Today everyone is talking about “the cloud,” put this in “the cloud,” send that to “the cloud,” but what does that mean for your business systems? There tends to be a more complicated perception of what moving your systems to “the cloud” entails when actually it is quite simple. Running your business systems through the cloud means that you are accessing and storing data and programs over the internet. By moving your business systems, such as your telephone or access control to the cloud, you are removing it from your physical location and relocating it to an offsite data center.