Remote work has been a crucial aspect of flattening the curve during the COVID-19 pandemic. While this measure is temporary for some businesses, for others it is here to stay.Read More
In a recent article published on BBC Worklife, “How offices will change after the coronavirus”, Jessica Mudditt describes how offices in the future might evolve to new rules for workplace hygiene.
“Experts suggest this could involve a combination of short-term fixes aimed at boosting worker confidence, reducing the number of staff in the office at any one time and longer-term design upgrades and modifications that put hygiene at the heart of workplace planning. “Read More
In a previous blog, we looked at an article published in BBC Worklife, “How offices will change after the coronavirus.” One of the experts interviewed, Albert De Plazaola, global strategy director at Unispace, spoke about the new mobile workforce, and how firms may start subsidising home offices.Read More
One of the key measures to flatten the curve of COVID-19 is social distancing. Ontario has enforced social distancing by limiting the number of people gathering to a maximum of five and closing all non-essential businesses.Read More
Good communication is crucial to any successful business. That’s why many companies around the world are turning to cloud-based hosted Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems to improve both the efficiency of their internal and external communications at a lower cost.Read More
Small and medium-sized businesses in today’s market operate in a highly competitive world. To ensure they delight their customers and offer a superior experience over their competitors, efficiency is key.Read More
Whether you are trying to cut your company’s expenses or simply looking to improve visibility into your budget, it pays to know how much your office supplies cost each month.
Did you know, however, that printing expenses from copiers and printers can be one of the largest unmanaged costs for small to medium-sized businesses? In fact, a study from Gartner estimates that organizations spend approximately 1-3 percent of annual revenue on printing - yet 90 percent of North American companies have no idea what their annual printing costs are.Read More
Topics: Office Technology
When you run your own business, you put a vast amount of time into making it a success. In fact, the majority of small business owners in the US say they work at least 50 hours per week - far more than the national average of 33.8 hours per week reported by the Bureau of Labour Statistics.
33 percent of small business owners reported working more than 50 hours a week, with an additional 25 percent of small business owners claiming they work more than 60 hours a week, according to a poll of readers of the New York Enterprise Report.
It doesn’t have to be this way.Read More
Small to medium-sized companies across the world are making the transition to becoming digital businesses. That means less time passing around paper documents that can easily be lost, and an increased focus on turning those documents into an electronic format.
By moving physical paperwork into a digital format, employees within your company will be able to efficiently access documents when required. You’ll also give these documents improved protection through backups and other security methods.Read More
The success of your business is inextricably linked to both your customer-facing and internal technology. If you want your business to be successful and to continue achieving yearly growth, you need to make sure the technology that you use is up to the challenge.Read More