Telecommuting is becoming a widely accepted practice throughout all industries. Surveys show that more than 13 million people here in the US currently telecommute for at least part of their workweek. And research suggests that as many as 45 percent of all positions are prime candidates for telecommuting.
In some aspect, every business is a service business. Making sure a customer is handled effectively from beginning to end is the key to a happy customer. But many businesses struggle to keep this process in top shape. While even tiny improvements can have a big impact on both retention and increased satisfaction, it won’t happen if you don’t spend the time putting a plan in place.
After July 14, 2015, Microsoft will no longer issue fixes or updates for anyone running a Windows Server 2003. And while this isn’t new news – they’ve been warning customers for months – if you are still running Windows 2003, it could have major impact on your business.
Remember the days of making a decision about what programs to purchase for the office? You carefully evaluated needs, looked through your software options, made a decision, then worked for days to get the program loaded and functioning on every computer in the office.