Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) phone systems:
6 reasons your small business should switch.
1. No on-site equipment: More space in your office.
2. Always up to date: As new features become available, a virtual system can add them swiftly and easily.
3. Work from anywhere: change you message alerts and download call data from home, at a business convention or from the comfort of home just as easily as you can in the office.
4. Never need to worry about maintenance, repairs or upgrades: no physical hardware.
5. Saves you money: No hardware to install or maintain, they have next to no service costs.
6. Achill Computer Services can provide you with a FREE consultation.
Mobile technology is becoming increasingly vital to your small business as the number of employees working from home or away from office is growing significantly. More than 50 million US workers are considered mobile, spending at least 20% of the time away from their primary work space. Some of your employees, such as your salespeople or representatives, may be constantly on the move.
Today, productivity in and out of the office is imperative to keeping your small business running efficiently and gaining a competitive edge. For example, when you or your team are away from the office without connectivity and need important information, that time often proves to be unproductive and wasteful. However, if you connect your mobile workers to your company network through mobile devices such as mobile phones and personal digital assistants (PDAs), you can enable them to maintain a continuous workflow on the road or from home. Investing in mobility solutions will maximize the productivity of your employees. Mobility is essential for your business since your employees and your customers require anytime/anywhere access to each other and vital information.
What is Mobility?
Mobility is the ability to access your office information and data remotely, and to conduct business anywhere, anytime. Mobility solutions provide mobile and remote access to your company data and e-mail.
Find out how your small business can go mobile. Contact Achill Computer Services 901-457-4230
Join Achill Computer Services for a free webinar on September 25, 2013. “Protecting Your Data For Worst Case Scenario In The Best Ways Possible”
Are you doing enough to safeguard and protect your small business data?
According to a July 2012 study by accounting software company Sage, the bulk of small businesses are backing up key data such as financial information, but most businesses back up that data on-site only. Furthermore, the study found that only 38 percent of surveyed small businesses have a formal emergency or disaster preparedness plan.
Every small business has important data stored on their computers and their employees computers. Whether it is client data, financial information or other important documents, it is important to take the necessary steps to protect your data. Protecting the information on your computer is your responsibility.
Find out the best way to make sure your small business data is secure and available at all times – attend Achill Computer Services online webinar.