For small and medium businesses VoIP phone systems offer a host of useful features that bring more value than the savings in call cost. This FAQ gives you the insights you need on VoIP phone system, its requirements, and the benefits of VoIP for small businesses.
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This IT checklist gives you a comprehensive view of all things IT within your company. It lists out issues you will face frequently and ensures that you have clarity of your own requirements and actions required. The checklist as a spreadsheet is available at the end of the blog.
Office moves were never fun or easy. How to Relocate an Office may seem daunting, but like any other project, we can break it down into smaller and more manageable tasks. Follow this simple checklist and the process of moving offices will seem a breeze.
Most people practice these cybersecurity bad habits without even realizing what they are doing wrong. Even after falling victim to a cyber attack, they may not realize the cause. So to help you recognize cybersecurity bad habits, here is a list that will help you recognize and avoid these poor cybersecurity practices.
Cloud computing makes the IT assets of your company more flexible and scalable, reducing cost and increasing organizational agility. But jumping headlong without understanding it can do more harm than good. Ask these 5 questions before building a cloud strategy.
In this edition of our blog, we share some advanced features of Google Drive. These features and pro tips will make collaboration easier and give you better control over what and how you share access to your Google Drive folders and files.
In this edition of our blog, we walk you through some of the most commonly used features of Google Drive. These features and pro tips will make collaboration easier and give you information on Microsoft Office integrations as well as Google Drive plugins.
Productivity is not solely about getting more done. It is rather about eliminating waste and the associated stress from your work process. In this post, we share with you our top 5 applications for improving productivity and getting more done in shorter time.
Imagine the seven kingdoms, from the Game of Thrones, battling it out in San Francisco. Your favorite characters take up roles in IT while retaining the same characteristics they exhibit in the world of Westeros and Essos.
Whenever we ask what is the cost of IT, the answer usually is “It depends.” But that doesn’t help us at all. As a business owner, small or big, we need to put a dollar value on all our costs. In this post, we dig a little deep and come up with a better answer, i.e. a dollar value.
Is your online privacy worth defending? You can make up your own mind. But, if you choose to be in control of your internet privacy, here is a list of simple tools that will help you. You can use them to secure your online data while you surf the internet and conduct your business online.
The employee experience has become one of the main focuses of businesses, especially in tech. We’ll explore the topics of diversity, inclusion, and belonging and the impacts they have on the company culture. Learn about what we do at Jones IT to help create the best work environment possible, knowing that there’s always room for improvements, and interweaving it into your companies people strategy.
In this edition, we share the most frequently used or asked about features of Gmail including how to get newest Gmail message on top. Also included are handy tips and tricks that will get you up and running with Gmail and in no time you will become the office Gmail pro.
In this blog post, we guide you through the process of setting up Gmail, Contacts, and Calendar on your devices. This step-by-step guide explains how you can get Gmail, Contacts, Calendar, and Email Signature setup on all of your devices including iPhone, Android device, and Ipad.
As with any other change, G Suite migration also brings with it a number of challenges. In this particular post, we will cover the introduction, advantages, comparison, and overview of G Suite. In our subsequent posts we bring you a comprehensive study of the most commonly used applications of G Suite.
One of the hottest tech topics for 2019 that will be at the forefront of all major electronic shows is the 5G Network. Much bigger than your cellphone, the new network is being touted to spark the next industrial revolution. Learn about what 5G is, how it can affect the global economy, and the timeline for when you might see it on your cell phone.
Every week 140,000 hard disks crash in the United States. Are you prepared for a hard disk crash? Is your data backed up safely? This guide tells you about different backup solutions available to you and gives a simple, step-by-step process for performing backup for your Windows and Mac systems.
3 Best NAS Devices For Your Growing Business: What You Need To Know About Network Storage And Data Backups
With the exponential growth in data, high definition photos, videos, etc. small businesses are in constant need of larger and larger volumes of storage. Network Attached Storage (NAS) is invaluable for small and medium businesses as it allows easy scalability by adding storage space at affordable prices instead of expensive server upgrades. The business-grade NAS devices are not simply shared storage devices but offer a range of features that are handy as well as versatile.
Deep work can be achieved during single or mono tasking. Deep work, as defined by Cal Newport, author of Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World “is the ability to focus without distraction on a cognitively demanding task. It’s a skill that allows you to quickly master complicated information and produce better results in less time”. Research shows that there’s no such thing as multitasking, our brains can’t do it. Instead we’re just switching from task to task really fast, giving us the allusion of working on multiple things at once. Multitasking can be attributed to a decrease in attention span, increased mental fatigue, and overall less productivity.
Let’s begin with an important statistic. 60% of companies that lose their data will shut down within 6 months of the disaster. Scary isn’t it? Furthermore, the same article goes on to list that every week 140,000 hard disks crash in the United States. Given the risk loss of data poses, it is a no-brainer that every business should have a reliable backup solution.