If you run in techy circles, you will already know about the rise of the bot to mainstream stardom—and how apps, which have recently been all the rage, are on the back foot.
You may have seen the news last week about a former employee of Ofcom recently offering his new employer a significant amount of sensitive data he had stolen from the regulator. Apparently he took nearly six years of sensitive data given to Ofcom by TV companies, and offered it to his new employer. Senior management at the new employer then alerted Ofcom.
Wearable computing may not quite rival the luxury brands yet in terms of fashion statements, but wearing devices is on the rise. In fact the IDC predicts 112 million wearable devices in just three years’ time. What does this mean for businesses? Believe it or not, it may mean your network crashes, your office connectivity grinds to a halt and a virus causes an IT meltdown. But this rosy picture doesn’t have to be your company. Below are the top 5 things to consider as wearable devices become mainstream:
It goes without saying that technology is a necessary investment for all businesses. But being clever about how that investment is made is critical to ensuring pounds aren’t needlessly spent. For most SME’s (15-250 employees), a managed help desk service, provided by a trusted IT support company, is the most cost effective way to keep things running and employees productive.
One major technology pain point businesses have revolves around communication. If your clients and prospects can’t effectively reach your staff, customer support and productivity is weakened. All businesses, regardless of size, need a phone system that helps them to look professional and acheive more - and VoIP solutions offer just that.