Covid-19 Looting Causes Struggles For Businesses

Months of COVID-19 restrictions killed sales on Chicago's Magnificent Mile, but will repeat rioting finally kill business? I think most of us are just watching and waiting to see how the landscape for our business will change.

The Magnificent Mile is no exception; one the world's most well-known and fashionable shopping areas, sparkles in the heart of downtown Chicago.

How Phones In Trees Motivate Workers

Phones dangle from trees outside Amazon and Whole Foods delivery stations, but not as some kind of high-tech prank. It's really about work! The phones are key to a clever job-jumping strategy that snags orders faster for a network of drivers and cuts competing drivers out of jobs.

Working at home presents completely new experience for many workers

Despite years of companies experimenting with telecommuting, nearly 49% of workers say they are working at home now and it is an entirely new experience, according to a study by Morphisec. Here's one of the study's findings that should send shudders through tech departments; 56% are using their own personal computers and 23% don't know what security they have in place for their devices.

What Happens When Critical Cell Networks Fail?

On June 22, with most of the nation quarantined and watching anxiously as demonstrations troubled the cities, a cellular circuit in the Southwest failed. What does this mean for you and your business?

A service outage to remember. That one failed circuit took down a fiber provider, which overloaded T-Mobile's network, and took down voice as well as data for all its customers for 13 hours.

6 Steps To “Go Green” And Save Some Green With A Paperless Office In 2020

Going green has never been easier! Today’s world of cloud computing puts everything you need to run your business at your fingertips without wasting paper and losing your mind filing or finding things. Take a look at these 5 steps to “go green”.

What’s a paperless office?
While this is not a new concept, it’s been around for a few decades, many companies are still struggling to let go of paper.

Robo-calling Epidemic Riles Millions of People

Telemarketers have been a nuisance to phone owners for nearly as long as landlines have been in existence. According to popular robo-calling prevention company YouMail, in one single month there were 2.4 billion robo-calls in the U.S. This is an increase of about a billion calls over the previous year.