Below is a list of technology solutions to help your employees continue servicing customers. These technologies will help your company:
While Microsoft Office 365 is recognized as the leader in cloud solutions, it might not be the right solution for your company. Therefore, I’ve taken time to list business-class, secure and convenient alternatives.
PHONE SYSTEMS. Traditional business phone systems with local carrier connections (Verizon, Comcast, etc.) have been on the decline for almost 10 years. They’ve been replaced by cloud hosted Voice Over IP systems that require no maintenance, answer customer calls anywhere and they cost less.
FILE SHARING. Cloud services are fast replacing file servers. Ninety-percent of companies do not need servers or can reduce their number of servers. Even most lines of business solutions have moved from a stand-alone server to the cloud. File servers are more expensive and less secure, while cloud services better protect your company from Ransomware encryption attacks.
VIDEO CONFERENCING. The most convenient way to have long distance, face to face meetings with peers or customers.
E-SIGNATURES. Signing documents electronically speeds up deal closings by eliminating face to face scheduling conflicts.
REMOTE CONTROL. The original way to control your office computer from any of device. You can even print documents to your home printer.
MULTIFUNCTIONS. Printer/Scanner/Fax for your home office connect wirelessly for your computers, phones and tablets. Look for units that use toner, versus inkjet cartridges for superior color printing.
Talk to your IT support about keeping your company working during this public health crisis. Or setup a 15 minute phone call with me to learn about your options.