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Technology Unwrapped

The most important technology concepts, strategies and actions uncovered for your business.

Why Does Your Organization Need Mobile Device Management?

Jason Hahn
The current popularity of remote and flexible work options marks an evolution in normal workplace practices. But, while your employees may enjoy their newfound freedom of working from mobile devices within their home office or local coffee shop, you as a business owner or manager may have some security concerns about monitoring and managing all those mobile devices. That’s where Mobile Device Management (MDM) comes into the equation.
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Topics: Security Threats, Network Security, Technology Planning

Working from Home? We’ve Rounded Up Our 21 Best Blog Posts About Remote Work

Kaitlin Schneider
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve written an array of articles with ways for you to thrive in your new home office space. In addition, we’ve compiled information for business owners and IT managers which helps them consider what technology, policies and procedures might work best.  Now, we’ve compiled those articles together in this post, so you can easily refer back to them anytime you need some additional tips and advice to make remote work, well, work. 
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Topics: Security Threats, Microsoft Products, The Workplace, Our Company, Trends, Network Security, Phone Systems, Technology Planning

Toshiba End of Life: Why Upgrading your Toshiba Phone System is so Important

Kaitlin Schneider
Back in 2018, we wrote about Mitel’s (owner of Toshiba phone systems) announcement to phase out Toshiba CIX and IPedge product lines. Since that writing, the company has since stopped selling new Toshiba equipment and add-on hardware. 
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Topics: Phone Systems, Technology Planning

3 Criteria You Should Consider When Selecting An IT Service Provider

Kaitlin Schneider
When choosing a managed service provider (MSP), it can be difficult to know exactly what to look for regarding experience, terms and services. By hiring any service provider, you’re taking a big risk with your security, efficiency, and assets, so identifying the right one is key. When you’re investigating potential candidates, however, there are many different factors to consider. You need to understand what they offer in terms of support, what services are included in your contract and how ...
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Topics: Technology Planning

Why the Right IT Security Strategy May Save You Money in the Long Run

Chris Vilim
By now, most business owners and IT managers understand the importance of a robust cyber security strategy. However, building those strategies, and keeping up with the latest tools and techniques, often requires an ongoing investment to combat the constant peppering of attacks on your organization. In fact, most CIOs now devote a large portion of their budget to cyber security spending.
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Topics: Security Threats, Network Security, Technology Planning

How to Get Your Business Ready for the Reopening Economy

Chris Vilim
Businesses have rapidly adjusted to COVID-19, finding ad hoc solutions to remain productive and profitable. But now that many companies are growing accustomed to the “new normal,” it’s time to start planning for the future.  While the pandemic may be temporary, there is no doubt that it will permanently change the American workforce, making it more flexible and open to technologies that foster collaboration and communication across distributed workers. In order to embrace these changes and ...
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Topics: The Workplace, Trends, Technology Planning

4 Technologies Your Company Needs to Enable Remote Work

Kaitlin Schneider
Work-from-home setups are steadily becoming the new normal for many businesses, whether by preference or default due to current circumstances. Most organizations are understandably focused on making remote work functional for their operations in the short term. However, don’t make the mistake of not looking at your long-term remote work structure and investing in technologies that will help employees stay productive and keep assets secure.  Here are four remote work must-haves for businesses ...
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Topics: The Workplace, Trends, Technology Planning

5 Advantages of Cloud-Based Business Phone Systems

James Thompson
When it’s time for your business to choose between an on-premise phone system and a cloud-hosted phone system, you’ll want the most reliable, cost effective, and easy-to-use option that meets your business needs. 
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Topics: Phone Systems, Technology Planning

Managed Backups and Business Continuity: What Does Your Small Business Need?

Tom Montgomery
Managed service providers (MSPs) offer managed backup services to make sure that businesses can still access their data in the event of a disaster like a fire, flood, server failure or security event. In addition, data backup is valuable if you mistakenly delete a file or lose some important information. For these reasons, managed backups should be a part of every company’s business continuity plan.  Below, we’ll discuss what a managed backup is and how it fits into your business continuity ...
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Topics: Cloud, Technology Planning

Skip the Email. 3 Modern Platforms Your Remote Workforce Needs Now

Kaitlin Schneider
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, numerous businesses, including several in the Omaha metro, have abandoned their physical office to work remotely. Not only does this protect employees and show that organizations are doing their part in flattening the curve, but it also changes the way many businesses are able to communicate and collaborate with their employees.   To help ease the transition to remote work, we have provided valuable information about three useful communication tools. ...
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Topics: Microsoft Products, The Workplace, Technology Planning