Give them the gift of flexibility

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Ever wonder what the most successful businesses (and those who shine on do that earns them happy, productive, and loyal employees? Most companies offer sick time, vacation time, and benefits. Many give out holiday bonuses. But what makes the difference between a typical staff who follows the motions (but can’t wait to get home)
So far in this series we’ve discussed how various tweaks to your company’s communications procedures can make things so much better for morale, productivity, operations and budget. As you may have noticed, there is an underlying theme to this modern communications series: flexibility creates efficiency. You can look at this concept from a few different
How, do you ask? The simplicity is brilliant: you can set up remote capability for your company without necessarily going completely remote for any (or all) employees. In other articles and all over social media, we’ve shared the many benefits of a virtual office setup. Whether it’s a small company with no real need for
  Modern communications are complicated. When you hear or read about the technical processes that make them work, it can be overwhelming and confusing. And while these technical details are interesting, amazing, and necessary (for those who understand them, at least), most people have no real need to actually get it. Most people just want
  With the growing trends toward web-based software like Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote and BaseCamp as important hubs of corporate infrastructure, more and more businesses are finally embracing the cloud as a viable option for productivity and efficiency. And while this trend translates seamlessly into an equally emergent revolution of location independence and the virtual
In an emergency situation, such as the ones first responders encounter on a daily basis, nothing is more critical than accessing superior communication, voice quality, and coverage. Many of the nation’s first responders are now leveraging VoIP to enhance their communication and ability to respond more rapidly to calls. First responders need seamless communication to respond