How Technology Supports Business Continuity

In the past few months, our worlds and businesses have been turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic. Quarantines limited the workforce to essential personnel only, while some businesses deemed non-essential could continue operations only if their employees could work from home.

Even many essential employees, including insurance agents, lawyers, and payroll companies, worked from home as part of state executive orders to keep employees safe.

The pandemic was, undoubtedly, one of the biggest challenges we have ever faced — both personally and financially. But today’s technology, including robust home and business internet service, enabled critical aspects of our country’s economy and infrastructure to continue running.

With all of this uncertainty, technology continues to support business continuity. Let’s look at just a few ways technology enables business continuity both now and in the future. Learn More. 

Monday, August 3, 2020/Author: Kelley Donald - MarCom/Number of views (3942)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Business Internet

Will Working From Home Become the New Normal?

In mid-March 2020, life for many Americans changed. Under quarantine orders to “flatten the curve” of the coronavirus pandemic, many workers were furloughed, but others received a directive to work from home.

Home business internet plans became a crucial part of life. People questioned which online activities use the most bandwidth. Employees began to worry if their home business ISP had enough bandwidth to support their children’s distance learning, their spouse’s extra screen time, and nearly constant Zoom meetings or video conferences.

Across the country, employees managed to find ways to become more comfortable with working from home. Learn more

Tuesday, July 14, 2020/Author: Kelley Donald - MarCom/Number of views (3051)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Business Internet

How to Build a Successful Loyalty Program for your Business

A loyalty program, as its name implies, encourages customer loyalty by giving repeat customers access to special offers and deals. A successful customer loyalty program can help mom and pop shops and other small businesses compete with big-box retailers and e-tailers. Learn more. 


Friday, June 12, 2020/Author: Kelley Donald - MarCom/Number of views (8076)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Business Internet

Change the Way You Do Business with Unified Communications as a Service

Have you considered how unified communications as a service (UCaaS) can help your business? As more employees work remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic — and some may continue working from home even when it’s deemed safe to reopen office buildings — unified communications (UC) can help your team work remotely more effectively and be more productive. Learn More.

Monday, June 1, 2020/Author: Kelley Donald - MarCom/Number of views (5996)/Comments (0)/

P2P Payments: What Businesses Need to Know

Peer-to-peer or P2P payments provide yet another way for customers to pay small business owners, from dog walkers to daycare centers. Whether you have an e-commerce business or a brick-and-mortar store, your customers can use P2P payment apps to quickly and easily transfer money for the goods or services they received.

But before you jump into accepting P2P payments, you should know exactly what you’re getting into. Here’s what small business owners need to know before using P2P apps. Learn more.

Thursday, May 14, 2020/Author: Kelley Donald - MarCom/Number of views (5134)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Business Internet