Today’s remote employee is independent, productive, aligned with their employer’s remote work culture, and has a perfect work-life balance. Right? Not so fast.
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Now that the dust has settled and your teams are more comfortable working remotely, it’s time to “up” your collaboration, organizational, and project management game.
A business owner can prepare for the transition from Exchange Servers to Office 365 on his or her own, and it may not be as complicated as you think. Here is an Office 365 migration checklist to help you make the switch.
Employees account for 40 percent of all breaches and malware infections. And with more people than ever working from home, how do you keep your organization safe? Here’s our advice on setting a culture of accountability for cybersecurity at your firm.
If you’re considering makint the switch to icrosoft 365 in 2021, there’s never been a better time. Taking your operations to the cloud has the potential to save you big on software license updates and hardware. Running your software in the cloud means you’ll never have to worry about security patches and updates again, too. Let’s talk about what you should consider before you migrate to the cloud.
Think enterprise grade software is too expensive for your small NPO? Think again. Microsoft Cloud for Nonprofit has introduce a new generation of affordable tols developed specifically for theh charitable sector.
Michael A., project alignment coordinator for a small accounting firm in Texas, felt unprepared for his new remote leadership role. “It wasn’t the idea of remote workers in general, it was the worry that I couldn’t lead my teams effectively when they weren’t in the office,” he explains.
The modern workplace looks different than anyone could ever have imagined just a few short years ago. What should business owners know about their remote teams? Here’s a look at both the good and the bad of some current modern work environment trends, .
In 2020, the demand was on: find a way to keep employees connected, safe, and productive wherever and whenever they work. Businesses had to make some quick decisions to enable their remote workforce. The first stirrings of the cloud revolution were in the air (pun intended).
What is cloud computing, anyway?