As your business grows and you take on more employees, the time will come where you need a server to keep your office network and business running efficiently. But with a seemingly endless array of choices and important decisions to be made, you might be wondering where to start. Luckily, setting up a server for a small business doesn’t have to be difficult.
Logitech Room Solutions for Google Meet include everything you need for video meetings. Available in small, medium, and large configurations, these pre-configured systems include a Logitech conferencecam, Chromebox mount with cable retention, and the Logitech Tap touch controller.
While I get ready to start my work day from my home office on this Tuesday morning, I can’t help but think about how remote work is the new reality for many people, maybe even longer term. In fact, according to 451 Research, up to 40 percent of organizations will shift to a more robust work from home environment permanently. While I’ve taken advantage of Dell’s flexibility to occasionally work from home in the past, I can say now – after three consecutive months of doing so – working remotely long term is a completely different reality, fraught with balancing work and life.
More companies and teams have made the switch to operating remotely. Unfortunately, they often fall into the same trap: ‘Let’s just use the tools we used in-office, and see how things go’.
Teams that are new to remote work have the potential to run into several issues when working remotely. In fact, managers ranked employee engagement and satisfaction and lack of communication/engagement with co-workers as some of their top concerns in the 2019 State of Remote Work report. Luckily, virtual offices provide a way for managers to communicate with their employees and keep them engaged.
When was the last time you were in the concentration zone and able to deliver a seriously productive day? Perhaps a more important question is where – was it at the office or from home? If the previous decade saw the ubiquitous rise of the open office, the coming one will see the complete decentralization of the workplace.
Last year, U.S. businesses suffered almost 1,500 data breaches, exposing more than 160 million sensitive records. This year, the trend has only continued with major data breaches hitting the headlines every week. It’s undeniable – with cybercriminals scouring the internet for server vulnerabilities every minute of every day, data breaches are prevalent and constant pitfalls in our digital lifestyles. To help keep their damage at bay, we are proud to introduce the world to Avast BreachGuard, our new privacy software that gives users better control over their personal data.