Submitted by Walter Whal on Fri, 02/03/2017 - 16:34
In an age of rapid technological advancements and exciting new applications designed to improve office productivity, it is easy to neglect one of the most important customer-oriented technologies available to businesses. Voice over Internet Protocol (also known as Voiceover IP or VoIP) is not a new type of technology, but it is still one of the most effective ways to improve communication between you and your customers. If you are still using a traditional analog business phone system, it is past time to make the switch to more user-friendly VoIP technology.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 12/08/2016 - 19:28
In order to improve the efficiency of your office, examine the work processes that you currently undertake. Here are a variety of ways that you can improve the productivity of your office.
Put Your Head in the Clouds
Cloud-based storage is continuing to grow and innovate how data and content are stored and backed up. For small businesses, the cloud option is almost always preferable to investing in and maintaining their own servers.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 06/02/2016 - 17:43
Many companies now offer remotely based job opportunities or allow existing employees the flexibility to work from home. For many people, this is a dream come true: no more rush hour commutes, no more water cooler conversations distracting you from work, you don’t even have to change out of your pajamas. However, maintaining office productivity when your office is your living room can be difficult. Here are a couple solutions.
Work Time Is for Working
Set up working hours, including coffee and lunch breaks, and stick to them. Save all personal tasks for your breaks, the same way you would if you were at the office.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 05/28/2015 - 10:15
Boosting productivity is such a common concern for businesses that it has become a kind of catchphrase. All kinds of gadgets claim to boost your productivity and help you improve your bottom line. But what does this really mean? Ultimately, you're most productivity when you stop multitasking and start focusing on core competencies.