Analyses

It's time to talk about productivity again

US worker productivity is in the toilet right now. It's time to stop blaming and start fixing.

Should you let workers know the salaries you pay?

In New York City, it's now the law to post salaries. But that doesn't mean would-be employees are really getting accurate information. So for your sake, be upfront with them.


Bashing 4 new myths about digital nomads

The digital nomad honeymoon is over, and the backlash has begun. Here are the new myths — and the facts — about digital nomads.

The four-day workweek works

And, it will soon be coming to an office near you — including yours.

Yes, 'quiet quitting' is real

But there are things you can do about it — and you should.

It's time to quit quitting on the quiet quitters

Disengaged employees who choose to do less at work is a problem that needs solving. Here's what you can do.

How Generation Z workers are different from everyone else

They're diverse, educated, and resourceful. And while they've grown up with screens everywhere, they crave the human touch more than their predecessors.

Working from home is here to stay

Ignore the skeptics saying that to really get work done, you have to be back in the office. They're dead wrong.

Robocallers are now targeting businesses. Is there any way to keep them out?

Businesses don’t have the luxury of ignoring calls from unknown sources. But there are measures they can take to limit the risk.

How to block spam texts and robocalls for good

Robocalls are out of control despite the best efforts of commercial firms and government agencies. Here are some steps you can take to thwart them.

What you need to know about the metaverse office of the future

Yes, the vast array of technologies that fall under the “metaverse” umbrella will come to the workplace. But, no, we will not work in the metaverse.

Big clouds aren't always the right fit for small businesses

Sometimes, you need just the basics from a smaller cloud provider for your SMB needs.

Why it's time to stop printing and wasting money on paper

Despite the profusion of gadgets we use in our everyday work, U.S. office workers still go through about 10,000 sheets of paper annually, with about 70% ending up in the trash. Here's how to reduce or eliminate it altogether.

Why your company should subscribe to podcasting

One popular, inexpensive, and easy communications medium can solve a breathtaking range of remote-work problems.

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5 best practices for secure collaboration

How successful companies are facing the challenges of securing emerging communication technologies.

Where SMBs are with the cloud

While many small businesses still rely on in-house servers, they're also moving quickly into the cloud.

How remote work disrupted global supply chains

Many experts thought COVID-19-related lockdowns would reduce demand for hard goods. The opposite happened.

How remote work will improve lives — and destroy cities

The absence of tech and other workers is crushing city budgets and services, which could cause a chain reaction leading to the decay and shrinking of urban centers.

There's still a role for small business servers

Yes, cloud-based options are great, but office servers can still be your best business choice.

Considering a website redesign? Why not do it in public?

The rebirth of ADA.gov offers a real-time glimpse into how language and modern interface constructs can transform a visitor’s experience

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