Newsletter Archive 2017
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Building a Disaster Recovery Plan: The First Steps to Peace of Mind
When it comes to disaster in the workplace, there’s no way to know what may strike or exactly how your information technology may be impacted. However, with a thoughtful approach to disaster planning, you’ll know that you’re well-prepared should something happen to your IT infrastructure, your physical space, or both. Follow these initial steps to give yourself peace of mind, should your business encounter disaster.
Identify threats — Make a list of potential disasters that might affect your business—everything from weather catastrophes common in your area to mundane problems like power outage, hardware failure, and data loss. Starting with your highest-risk scenario, identify what assets are in danger. What is the impact of a potential loss? Let value guide your recovery plan’s development.
Predict effects to define solutions — For each potential disaster you’ve identified, how will each business area be…
The Upside of Downtime: Working Productively While the Internet Is Out
What happens when the Internet goes out? Whether due to power loss, Internet service outage, or other technological problems, there are a few things that you can do to move your business forward while your IT team works to get you back up and running.Tidy Up — Clear…
Top 4 Ways Invoice Scanning Saves Staff Time
For most businesses, staff time is by far a company’s most valuable resource. Consider the following ways that business invoice scanning can make your invoice input, payment, filing, and searching faster than ever, saving you time and money. 1. Automated input…
Refine Your Attention to Detail with These Key Tips
Multitasking may seem standard in today’s workforce, but this ‘strategy’ easily leads to missed details and sloppy performance. Here are a few tips to help make every element of your work shine. Limit distractions — Eliminate sights and sounds that can pull you off…
Why You Should Never Eat at Your Desk Again
You need to get out of your chair for your health – Studies show that sitting for too long can shorten your life span. It increases our risks of cardiovascular disease, cancer, type 2 Diabetes, and strokes. Spending all day at our desks can also lead to anxiety and depression.