The IT department is always looking for ways to shift company infrastructure in order to save the business money. Microgrids and other related renewable energy projects can help organizations cut their energy costs and fix aging infrastructure.
IT’s influence and responsibilities extend way beyond the company network. Telephony planning and management, video conferencing, copiers, printers, offsite equipment at multiple facilities, and even door locks or small construction projects—the list is a long one. We provide practical advice for wearing all these different hats effectively and safely.
By Brandon Vigliarolo The company website may get all the attention, but phone systems continue to be an important customer-facing element of business. Thanks to virtual phone systems, it’s no longer cost-prohibitive to put a professional-caliber system in place, which makes them appealing to small and large businesses alike.
By Ed Tittel and Kim Lindros While landlines may seem to be fading into history, the telephony at your organization is still important. This is especially true of conference calls, which are still used across all levels of most companies. There are a lot of services to choose from, designed for all budgets.
Does your organization have workers on the road, or does it have a fleet of company cars or vehicles? If so, are the employees that are driving fully aware of technological safety features? Apparently, many are not aware of vehicle safety technology, prompting the National Safety Council (NSC) to promote a new public education camplain.