Mobile devices are a popular tool for many employees, most of whom will at some point use their personal device for a work-oriented task. Companies are adopting a BYOD or bring your own device policy to help bolster motivation and productivity. Another similar trend gaining popularity is CYOD or choose your own device. Below is… Continue reading CYOD and BYOD: What are they?
Most of us now rely on our mobile devices to make work easier. To accommodate this, companies are adopting a bring your own device (BYOD) policy. For businesses that don’t want to adopt this policy, another popular option is choose your own device (CYOD). Below is a brief overview of BYOD and CYOD. BYOD This… Continue reading BYOD or CYOD: Which policy is better?
Many of us are comfortable using computers and devices we’re familiar with. This is the reason companies are now offering their employees a bring your own device (BYOD) option. However, there’s a new concept that is also starting to catch on: choose your own device (CYOD). Below is a brief overview of BYOD and CYOD.… Continue reading BYOD and CYOD: What’s the difference?
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has become a popular communications solution for small- and medium-sized businesses. There are so many providers and services to choose from, but how do you pick the right one? One crucial factor you should look into is a vendor’s Quality of Service, or QoS. What is QoS? VoIP providers and… Continue reading What you need to know about your VoIP’s QoS
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has become many small- to medium-sized businesses’ top communication system of choice. While there are many vendors that offer different VoIP packages with their respective features, you should look into their Quality of Service (QoS) to know which one could meet your company’s needs. Here’s a quick overview of what… Continue reading The importance of QoS in VoIP
If you are looking to deploy a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) system, or planning to upgrade your existing infrastructure, consider several key factors. One of the most essential aspects you should look at is Quality of Service, or QoS. To make sure your provider will deliver optimal service with minimal downtimes, ask them these… Continue reading Why QoS matters for VoIP
Within Office 365 Groups, there’s a feature called Connectors. It allows you to link to popular third-party services without ever having to leave Outlook. This means relevant content and updates that you want are sent immediately to your group feed, making workflow more seamless. Let’s take a look at what Office 365 Connectors can do… Continue reading Office 365 Connectors explained
At work, we depend on apps for productivity. However, with so many tabs open in our web browsers, it can be a drag to constantly click in and out of them just to get the information we need. Fortunately, Office 365 Connectors for Groups allows you to stay on top of all the third-party services… Continue reading How Office 365 connectors work
People often have dozens of tabs open in their web browsers to access services that help them with work or catch up on social media. As a result, it’s difficult to keep track of all of them and get the information you need. Office 365 Groups solves this problem with Connectors, a new feature that… Continue reading Office 365 Groups: Your apps under one roof
Amidst the current climate of malware, hacks, and phishing scams, companies must take precautions when accessing the internet. Without safeguards, browsers that you or your employees use are vulnerable to cyberattacks that may cripple productivity and profit. Here are steps that your company should take to browse the net safely. Prevent browser tracking If you… Continue reading 3 Ways to browse the net safely at work