Going Back to Home Phones
Do you remember the days before everyone on earth carried around a cell phone in their pocket? If you needed to get ahold of a friend, you called them when you knew they could answer. If you were out and about with your family, you didn't need to worry about staring at a little screen all day long to check emails and look for text messages. I was eager to get back to that simple way of life, which is why I banned cell phones for my family and installed traditional phone service. My blog discusses the benefits and drawbacks of traditional landlines, so that you can decide how you want to approach communication at home.
Home workers are 13% more productive than their in-office counterparts—and they're happier and less likely to leave their jobs too. However, managing at-home employees can be difficult if you don't have the right mindset and the right tools for the job. Learn the key questions you need to ask before you start transitioning some of your staff to at-home employees.
Do you have the right employees for the job?
Most people would probably jump at the chance to work from home—the advantages of not having a long commute and being able to work in their pajamas if they want appeals to a lot of people.
Keeping your office computers and their operators connected is an extremely important aspect of running a successful business. Advancements made in computer technology have made possible many amazing capabilities in office network cabling, one of them being flat cables. Flat cable provides several benefits over traditional coaxial cables, benefits that every office can profit from. Check out the reasons you need to have flat cables keeping your office computers and employees connected.
If you have an HTC smartphone, there are ways you can get the most from your smartphone. With a few tricks, you can troubleshoot and enjoy all the features of your phone. Here are four HTC smartphone hacks and tricks:
1. Use your HTC phone as a remote
Did you know that your HTC phone has an infrared blaster? The blaster allows you to use your phone just like a remote.
Unless you work in an IT department or work for a cable TV and phone company, you might not know what "structured cabling" means. You could guess, based on the two words involved, what it means, but you would not know what this is used for, or how it applies to many of the services in your commercial building. It helps to not only know what structured cabling is but how it applies to phone service and whether or not it can benefit you and your building in this way.
Smartphones represent a significant investment of funds in a piece of technology. Unfortunately, you carry around this piece of technology with you all the time, making it more likely that you are going to accidentally break it. You probably want to avoid breaking your smartphone for as long as possible in order to make sure that you don't have to constantly be expending funds to repair or replace your smartphone. Here are some tips for keeping your phone safe from damage.