Video surveillance technology has advanced in leaps and bounds over the past decade. Long gone are the days of grainy CCTV that was only useful as long as someone physically sat there and watched. These days, digital security cameras take full advantage of our hyper-connected, digital world. Leveraging sophisticated tech such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and infrared lighting, security cameras have evolved into a potent frontline intrusion detection tactic. However, one company, known as Mobotix, stands out from the rest.
It’s often said that a well-run IT infrastructure streamlines business processes, amplifies productivity, and helps a company reduce its overhead costs. After all, in the digital era, IT forms the backbone of business operations – it’s almost impossible to exist without it. However, building a robust IT infrastructure from the ground up is expensive and often outside the skills of small IT departments. Therefore, many companies employ managed IT to accomplish this for them.
Document management – it’s something of a buzzword in the office technology industry. After all, documents are the lifeblood of business and few, if any, organizations exist which don’t use documents in some form. However, with so many pieces of information floating around in physical and digital forms, companies need document management to keep it all in order, organized, and easy to access.
Text-based forms of communication such as email and texting have all but taken over the modern business. However, sometimes it’s faster, easier, and more appropriate to pick up the phone and call. As such, voice communication, such as phone systems, remain a critical part of an organization’s ability to communicate with customers, vendors, and within itself. Yet, the digital reality of the modern business makes a landline out of place, obsolete and inadequate for business needs. Therefore, some businesses adopt VOIP, also known as internet-based phone service.
The power of word of mouth has not diminished one iota in modern times. In fact, it’s boomed since the advance of digital technologies and social platforms. A customer’s experience with a company can go viral, for better or worse. When it’s for the better, everyone benefits, especially the company responsible for the positive experience.
Cloud services are all the rage with their ability to make powerful tools accessible and affordable. Both consumers and organizations are using the cloud in a variety of ways from storage to accessing virtual applications across a variety of devices. However, this rosy picture of cloud technology often leads businesses to look before they leap. The cloud represents a shift in not just technology, but the way businesses approach and utilize it.