When it comes to making any sort of improvement in your office, a conscious effort and a well-designed plan are needed to bring about any substantive changes. Yet developing some new efficiencies doesn’t require that you purchase new equipment or hire additional employees. Instead, you can re-engineer existing processes and optimize the IT infrastructure you… Continue reading Promoting Efficiency Within Your Office
In the retail business, getting ready for Christmas means more than just decorating your front window with twinkling lights and festive ornaments. You have to ramp up your inventory to accommodate the needs of holiday shoppers – and offer deals or incentives to ensure customers choose you over your competitors. If you count on online… Continue reading Handling The Holidays: Tips For Small Businesses
Buying data storage for your business used to be pretty simple. You’d get a hard disk array, complement it with a tape backup and that was it. The biggest decision was whether to use ATA or SCSI disks. Now, however, the decision is much more difficult. Applications and data take up more space but require… Continue reading Hybrid or All-Flash: Which Is Best?
Roads and highways can only take so much use and abuse before they need repairs. And they’re getting plenty of traffic these days to wear them down. According to State Highway Agencies, travel during July 2013 on all roads and streets in the United States increased nearly 2 percent, resulting in an estimated 263.6 billion… Continue reading More Traffic, More Problems For Truckers
Correcting ergonomic deficiencies around the office can dramatically reduce pain and repetitive-use injuries that often accompany prolonged desk work. Following are some steps you can take to create a better environment for employees. Basic Ergonomics The principle of ergonomics is this: The work station should adapt to the individual worker; the worker should not have… Continue reading Ergonomic Workspaces Result In Happier, Healthier Employees
Block-level storage is a method of storing data by grouping it in a fixed number of bits or bytes, commonly known as blocks. Cloud servers often use block-level storage instead of storing data in files, which is the traditional means of primary data storage. A cloud block storage system generally uses arrays of hard drives or solid… Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Cloud Block Storage
Commercial trucking is the backbone of the global marketplace. Truckers haul everything from canned goods and blue jeans to SUVs and heavy materials for new construction. But trucking is an increasingly expensive business, and many companies in this industry are feeling the pinch. Instead of pursuing more business and heavier loads to improve profitability, Andy… Continue reading 3 Types Of Trucking Costs To Reduce With Technology
If you’ve been in business for a while, it may be time to upgrade your office. The easiest way to breathe new life into a room is to paint the walls. Paint jobs are often inexpensive and relatively easy to tackle by yourself. The first thing you’ll need to decide is how you want your… Continue reading What You Need To Start Your Business’s New Paint Job!
One of the latest words to be coined recently is “upcycling,” a way of reusing something you thought could be pitched. This repurposing has become quite a popular activity of late and for good reason. Whether it originates in trying to save some money or being environmentally friendly, or both, it’s caught on in a big… Continue reading What’s Old Becomes New: Repurposed Items As Holiday Decorations
It’s amazing how profoundly small things affect our lives. Mechanical watches have tiny springs and gears, but knowing what time it is can mean the difference between a hectic morning and a calm day. Buttons, keys, switches and knobs make dressing easier, help us secure our homes, allow us to easily control lights and give… Continue reading The Little Things That Make Our World So Big