Closed circuit television — or CCTV — offers you a full range of video monitoring and surveillance services that can protect your business against many costly problems, including theft, employee misconduct and unauthorized entry. Continue reading
It’s a given these days that every business — large, small or sole proprietor — needs a good, solid website. It’s a virtual, digital, online world that we all live in right now, and maintaining a website helps not only to prove to customers and prospects that your company exists, but also to describe what you and your company are all about. Continue reading
It’s unfortunate but true: Employees who’ve been given a bad performance review or terminated often seek revenge via IT systems. They may try to delete data files, steal valuable customer lists or trade secrets, or simply wreak general havoc on your IT systems. Continue reading
You have a vision for your company and you’ve started developing a business plan. Part of that process involves creating a budget. Financial planning is a daunting task for many people, but it is an important component in running any successful business. Understanding the benefits of budgeting can help you overcome the challenges you may face. Continue reading
It’s a world of networks we live in these days, from the globe-spanning Internet to something as small as Bluetooth, which can connect your cellphone to that headphone in your ear. But when it comes to networks in the office, there’s more than one option. In addition, installation and maintenance can be complex and time-consuming. You’d be wise to consult with an IT services company to make the most of this technology. Continue reading
Crime prevention is a necessary part of business management. If your place of business has doors or windows, then you should have some type of surveillance in place. There are several reasons to have a surveillance system: Continue reading
You have a website, and you have been going at it for some time now. Now may be the time to ask yourself, How is my website working out? Is it generating leads? Am I getting traffic? Is it adding revenue to my business?
You may need to completely review your site. Continue reading
Just the thought of financial audits strikes fear in the heart of any business owner. Still, there are many reasons to have your accountant or CPA conduct a financial audit on some sort of periodic frequency.
It’s a fact of business life that accounting transactions, whether payables or receivables, can get missed or incorrectly entered in the routine of day-to-day bookkeeping. Small errors can have a huge financial (and potentially legal) impact on the company balance sheet. Continue reading
If you own a business, consider the impact that a major disaster could have on the work you do. Natural disasters like fires, floods and tornadoes, and computer-related problems like viruses and hacker intrusions can cause huge problems for your business. The best thing that you can do to prevent losses from occurring in the event of such disasters is to have a solid disaster recovery plan in place.
Below are four steps to consider when creating a disaster recovery plan: Continue reading