Payroll is a list of employees who get paid by the company. Payroll also refers to the total amount of money an employer pays to the employees.
On-Page SEO is a process that involves technical upgradations of your website. These technical upgradations are necessary to be performed on each page of the website. These optimizations will help the website to boost their rankings and attract more relevant traffic. When a business is looking for affordable SEO Packages services, one thing noticed by the SEO service provider is the website performance and how the website’s on-page is. Here, some on-page checklists are used by the service provider.
Katalyst Technologies is a leading IT services and solutions company servicing clients in the manufacturing, wholesale distribution, life sciences, e-commerce, logistics, and retail sectors. We provide industry – specific IT products, strategies and solutions for companies implementing large-scale and transformational projects.
Finding the most precise partner, after outsourcing some of your business processes, to take care of your interests, guarantees your future success. It is a very crucial decision to make because choosing the wrong company would result in catastrophic results for your company.
Customers are considered an important factor for any business. A recently conducted research shows that over 77% of customers will always be likely to recommend a company to their friends if they got a positive experience. This explains the great saying by business persons, “Happy customers are returning customers.” With this demand, it would then be always advisable to focus on keeping your customers happy and satisfied by offering them great products and excellent services.
Technical support outsourcing will ensure your smooth enterprise operations no matter the size of your company.
Virtualisation is the act of creating a virtual version of a device or resource, such as a server or network and has paved the way for new major technologies.
Whether you’re moving to a bigger office or expanding your current office, there are a great number of challenges that come with the task of an office relocation.The most important would be the task of minimising disruptions, it shouldn’t be a totally un-realistic expectation that your communication infrastructure is fully functional on the first day in the new office.
With our workforce changing and the advent of bring your own device (BYOD) over the last decade, personal security threats are now being transferred to corporate threats. Mobile phones are now able to seamlessly connect and disconnect from corporate systems accessing sensitive data and then connecting to less secure systems – all the while bypassing the same security measures built for Personal Computers.
Business goal setting is a vital activity for all organisations, it’s important because it turns aspirations into tangible and measured objects. Meeting your business goals requires commitment, action and motivation.
Technology is the driving force behind business today, business resources are under constant demand to make sure our customers are getting the best experience, this often means that behind the scenes resources such as technology do not get the attention and nurturing it deserves.
A great culture provides the context for people to deliver their best work. As an owner of a Small to Medium sized business, it is understood you want to attract top talent to your business, too often we stress and wonder how can we compete with our big business competitors in attracting and sustaining our top talent candidates.
22nd September 2015, Microsoft office 2016 was released to the world, this is almost 3 years since the last major version of Microsoft was released.. Simply put, Microsoft office 2016 is a new version of Office, but the major difference is that it is the first of its kind that has been built from for ground up for mobile and cloud.
SharePoint 2010 is rarely bought as a standalone software product, most often it is bundled in with a negotiated Microsoft Enterprise Agreement, for this reason many business leaders are left scratching their heads wondering – 'When should I use SharePoint? What should I use SharePoint for? When Shouldn’t I use SharePoint? And, what exactly is this additional extra I purchased?'
Cloud infrastructure known as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offers businesses remote access to IT resources such as servers, CPUs, storage devices and other hardware and networking equipment. IaaS can be used to run a single application or your entire organisations IT infrastructure, this is alternative to purchasing your own infrastructure.
We all want to think we have put in place the best practices to support our organisation but sometimes just because systems appear to be working on the outside, behind the scenes the story could be very different. Running inefficient technology, can be extremely costly in the longer term and it can also have terminal follow on effects to your business should something go wrong. Even though some may try, it's not possible to cut down your IT costs by simply letting your IT get old.
There is no truer saying than ‘Failing to plan, is planning to fail’ when it comes to Disaster recovery and your business. Disaster Recovery is the Insurance of the IT world. IT is investing in something you hope you will never need.
The pace at which technology is changing is astronomical, and the adoption rate even more stunning. Consider the fact that the worlds data amounts are doubling, the number of devices connected to the internet has reached nearly 12 billion.
For years you've been hearing about the importance of data backup - 'Just ensure your data is backed up and everything will be fine...' Well... that's not quite the case - data backup alone is not enough.
The recovery process represents the amount of time it takes to recovery data either locally or from the cloud due to data loss (data loss could be the result of a virus, employee error, or some other type of system disruption).
Running a small to medium-sized business is a constant juggle between getting the work in, getting it done and getting paid for it. Even for SMEs in the thick of the digital economy, the focus is (understandably) about doing core business, not on IT.