According to a recent survey conducted by Wakefield Research for Citrix, the majority of over 1,000 Americans did not know what “the cloud” referred to.
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ShoreTel, a communications company that counts Shake Shack among its clients, also recently signed a lease for a full-floor space. It will replace the company’s 15,000-square-foot office at 245 West 17th Street in Chelsea, a 12-story loft building that will be converted to apartments, said Heather Bennett, a ShoreTel vice president.
Integrating a mobile marketing plan should become a priority for businesses that want to stay ahead in their industries and enhance their brands.
Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) offers small businesses a phone system that reduces the risk of clarity issues and connectivity problems. According to experts, VoIP will change the future of business calls.
When the Network Operations Center (NOC) group within the Shoretel Cloud Division got together recently for training and team building, bowling, golf and gaming wasn’t part of the weekend agenda. Instead, the group wanted to do something together that would make a difference in the Manhattan community. It chose to volunteer for Citymeals, one of the largest meals-on-wheels programs in the U.S. Citymeals provides 1.8 million meals to more than 16,500 elderly New Yorkers each year.
When using cloud computing services, a password can provide protection against a hacker’s attempts to control information.
The popularity of the bring your own device (BYOD) movement has introduced a shift in client computing, according to Gartner.
The introduction of social media has presented businesses with new outlets to contact consumers. Social customer relationship management (CRM) can provide companies with the opportunity to gain valuable consumer insights.
The fear induced by Tropical Storm Isaac may serve as a reminder to small business owners of the importance of disaster recovery plans.
As the business world continues to embrace the bring your own device movement, IT departments are encouraged to institute security measures and company policies to keep mobile data safe from possible breaches.