Internet connectivity is essential for any business. However, when collaborating with different teams and vendors to complete a construction project, on time, reliable and fast Internet is essential. Check out some additional reasons as to why Internet is important for new technologies that are implemented at construction sites.
Who could have imagined how the Internet would totally revolutionize the world? Even today, it is constantly changing and evolving as new technologies and needs are introduced. How has the Internet changed? And how has the way we use the Internet changed in only the last few years? The global coronavirus pandemic only further demonstrated that the Internet is crucial to how we exist.
Getting hacked by a malicious attacker is every business’ worst nightmare. In a brief amount of time, your company’s and your clients’ personal information or financial information can be compromised and laid bare to those who would steal it and leave you holding the bag. What should you do if you have been hacked? First, learn the signs of when you have been hacked and then learn to protect yourself from hacks.
Can you remember when construction sites, site managers, and workers alike were on their own, completely disconnected from the home office or other stakeholders? Any questions or needs meant jumping into a truck and heading back to the office or the nearest materials vendor. Not so now, with modern construction needs.
As the construction industry moves into 2021, modern construction site requirements have reached the pinnacle of technology. Efficiency and productivity, safety, operations, and so much more rely on information and instant communications. The Internet and reliable connectivity for numerous devices have quickly become necessary for every construction site.
As we near a year of remote work, it can be difficult to keep your team's motivation and spirits up while we endure COVID-19. Thankfully, there are ways to help encourage your team, strategies to help them remain focus and bring success for your business.
Take a look below to see how you can help your team!
Pre COVID many predicted an increase in Internet usage and number of users. But when a worldwide pandemic came and forced everyone to adjust seemingly overnight, the Internet was heavily leaned on for nearly everything.
Online shopping and grocery ordering went from a luxury, to almost a necessity for many. Students on spring break returned to school not at their desks but from their bedsides. Businesses that could, allowed their employees to safely work from home, many accessing workplace data via virtual private network (VPN).
Necessity may be the mother of invention, but if the COVID-19 crisis has taught us anything, it is that reinvention, or the ability to reinvent technology to transform how a business operates, is vital to survival. The pandemic dramatically accelerated the need and development of new digital capabilities for companies to remain viable and competitive.
What new IT technologies will become even more prevalent in 2021? MHO suggests that businesses keep watching for new and improved IT tech that will help businesses stay relevant in our new post-pandemic world. Below are some major areas where advancements can be expected.
Managing a remote workforce may be a new skill your company has mastered, but maintaining productivity is an altogether new challenge. A key aspect of boosting productivity levels is keeping a motivated workforce. When you find ways to effectively motivate your remote employees, they will respond in kind with quality work and productive processes.
In order to keep your workforce motivated, you must think outside the box. Simply making the effort can communicate your desires for their well-being; but you must go further to create meaningful experiences and benefits for these key workers. MHO offers these creative tips to keep your remote workforce motivated in 2021 and beyond.
If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it is that adaptability is vital. Our rapidly evolving world is causing a rapidly evolving Internet, too. This means increasing demands for new network infrastructure and redundancy protocols. As a result, it is becoming increasingly difficult for companies to get Internet and networking solutions in place to meet current and future needs.
With the start of the new year, it's important to provide your team and colleagues organization wide to be on the same page to help optimize your business' network.
Here are some things to consider to help keep your company prepared: