Contact us today!
866-348-2602

Total Tech Care Blog

Total Tech Care has been serving Florida since 2001, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

What to Include in a BYOD Policy

What to Include in a BYOD Policy

A Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy is something that many organizations have adopted, for a few good reasons: employee satisfaction, cost savings, and productivity boosts included. However, it’s crucial that you don’t just assume that you can adopt a policy like BYOD without establishing some ground rules that your employees need to abide by.

Continue reading
0 Comments

What You Need to Consider About BYOD

What You Need to Consider About BYOD

One of the biggest buzzwords in business these days is BYOD - Bring Your Own Device - and for good reason. There are plenty of operational benefits that an organization can enjoy by adopting a BYOD policy; but, BYOD isn’t an inherently perfect solution, which means that businesses that leverage it need to do so mindfully.

Continue reading
0 Comments

Are Mobile Devices Putting Your Workplace at Risk?

Are Mobile Devices Putting Your Workplace at Risk?

How many devices find their way into your office every day? In this age of mobile devices, it’s no surprise for each of your employees to have everything from a smartphone or tablet, to wearable technology like a Fitbit. Depending on the type of device, you’ll want to ensure that you have every opportunity to secure it so that it doesn’t become a security problem later on down the road.

Continue reading
0 Comments

Bring Your Own Device Is Great...When Applied Properly

Bring Your Own Device Is Great...When Applied Properly

If you let your employees use their own devices for work purposes on the company network or wireless Internet, you might be seen as “the cool boss.” Your employees love this privilege, but this can be a dangerous practice if done so without moderation. Here are some of the many benefits that your organization can reap from a well-thought-out BYOD policy, as well as some of the pitfalls you could fall into if you’re not careful.

Continue reading
0 Comments

Do You Agree with BYOD? 72 Percent of Businesses Do

Do You Agree with BYOD? 72 Percent of Businesses Do

Mobile devices have grown extraordinarily popular in the workplace. Organizations find them to be of considerable value for staying connected and getting work done while outside the office. This trend has presented a serious risk in the form of network and data security. How can businesses support mobile devices in the workplace, without compromising on the security of the device and the data it holds?

Continue reading
0 Comments

4 Ways to Future-Proof Your IT Infrastructure

b2ap3_thumbnail_interconnected_workplace_400.jpgNew technology has a profound effect on the modern workforce, increasing its connectivity and response time. This improves productivity, but it also presents a unique challenge that businesses need to overcome: providing quality solutions that won’t restrict the ability of workers to do their job properly. For some business owners who have an antiquated view of technology, this will require a new approach.

Continue reading

Mobile Devices Aren’t Going Away: Do You Have a BYOD Policy?

b2ap3_thumbnail_employee_mobile_devices_for_work_400.jpgBy now, you’ve probably heard a thing or two about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). This is an IT trend where employees bring their own mobile devices to work and connect them to the office network. Due to the prevalence of mobile devices, this trend is here to stay. Here’s why you’ll want to embrace BYOD, and how to avoid some of the associated security risks.

Continue reading

Are Mobile Devices Helping or Hampering Your Team’s Productivity?

b2ap3_thumbnail_your_byod_policy_400.jpgMobile devices have become such a popular computing medium that they’ve infiltrated the workplace. While the business owner might feel that these mobile devices can help employees gain more regular access to corporate data for more working hours, these same devices could potentially eat up those work hours with time wasted on mobile gaming or other recreational apps. What’s the truth about BYOD? Let’s find out.

Continue reading
0 Comments

Sign Up for Our Newsletter

  • First Name *
  • Last Name *

      Free Consultation

      Sign up today for a
      FREE Network Consultation

      How secure is your IT infrastructure?
      Let us evaluate it for free!

      Sign up Now!

      Free Consultation
       

      Tag Cloud

      Tip of the Week Security Technology Best Practices Cloud Business Computing Privacy Hosted Solutions Hackers Productivity Backup Business Microsoft Network Security Efficiency Innovation Google Workplace Tips Internet Software Email Malware Data Mobile Devices User Tips Business Continuity Disaster Recovery Hardware Smartphones IT Services VoIP Computer communications Productivity Browser Android Miscellaneous Smartphone Network IT Support Upgrade Communication Windows 10 Outsourced IT Small Business Business Management Server Data Backup Cloud Computing Cybersecurity Managed IT Services Collaboration Office Tech Term Phishing Windows Data Recovery Gadgets Windows 10 Save Money Automation Social Media Chrome Virtualization Quick Tips Managed IT Services Saving Money Holiday Facebook Mobile Device Cybercrime Users Computers Artificial Intelligence IT Support Hacking Microsoft Office Internet of Things BYOD Alert Telephone Systems Managed Service Provider Ransomware Spam Information Mobile Device Management Bandwidth Office 365 Networking Operating System Social Engineering Passwords Mobility Employer-Employee Relationship Recovery Health Router Mobile Computing Law Enforcement BDR Remote Monitoring Application Managed Service Data Breach Wi-Fi App History Money Information Technology Applications Private Cloud Managed IT Office Tips Password Apps Big Data VPN How To Remote Computing Government Paperless Office IT solutions Avoiding Downtime Mouse Blockchain Entertainment HaaS Data Storage Website Patch Management Budget Word Windows 7 Bring Your Own Device Data Management Work/Life Balance Training Gmail Data Security Encryption Settings Google Drive Flexibility Human Resources Marketing Two-factor Authentication Telephone System Mobile Office Vulnerability USB Staff User Error Connectivity Scam Meetings Remote Work Save Time Infrastructure Servers Hacker Vendor Management Voice over Internet Protocol Cleaning Wireless The Internet of Things Lithium-ion battery Education Data Protection Safety Display Firewall Sports HIPAA Redundancy Keyboard Virtual Reality WiFi Employee/Employer Relationship Best Practice YouTube Printer Network Congestion Social Black Market Bluetooth eWaste Machine Learning Software as a Service Business Intelligence Document Management Wireless Technology Solid State Drive Audit Worker Downtime IT Consultant Wearable Technology Update Botnet Retail IT Management Hard Drives Digital Signage Instant Messaging Robot Procurement Excel Data storage Humor Google Docs Identity Theft IT Plan Automobile Risk Management Biometrics Augmented Reality Unsupported Software Computing Infrastructure Going Green Charger DDoS Fraud Cryptocurrency Compliance OneNote Battery Computer Care Shadow IT Help Desk End of Support Legal Managed Services Provider Telephony Samsung Physical Security Vendor Internet Exlporer Virus Environment Unified Threat Management Fax Server Value Comparison Computer Accessories PDF Spam Blocking Processor Business Technology Electronic Medical Records CES Access Control SaaS Proactive IT Hard Drive Virtual Assistant Hiring/Firing Content Management Apple IaaS Millennials Maintenance Cast Worker Commute Fiber Optics Virtual Private Network Authentication Emergency Wireless Charging Tip of the week Experience Messaging Bloatware webinar 5G Public Cloud Scalability Virtual Machine Employer Employee Relationship Tools Procedure Workforce Business Owner Trend Micro Tablets Project Management Assessment Smartwatch Nanotechnology NarrowBand Cables Printer Server Windows Server 2008 SMS Entrepreneur Conferencing OLED Search Hypervisor FinTech Telecommuting Shortcut Shopping Warranty Television iPhone Employee HVAC Cortana AI Cost Management Cabling Social Networking How to Saving Time Digital Signature Social Network Administrator Public Computer Files Devices Enterprise Content Management Transportation Chromecast Google Apps Regulations Remote Default App Computer Fan MSP Rootkit Accountants Running Cable Travel Printing Memory Microchip Colocation Google Search Thought Leadership Uninterrupted Power Supply IT Infrastructure Password Management Benefits Supply Chain Management Workers Virtual Desktop FENG Bitcoin Monitor Consultant Credit Cards Personal Search Engine IBM Net Neutrality Twitter Investment NIST Smart Technology Password Manager Analytics Flash Managed Services Batteries Science Remote Worker Reputation Smart Tech Streaming Media Multi-Factor Security Tech Support Best Available Software Tips Content Digitize Bing Supercomputer ISP Addiction Techology ROI Laptop WIndows 7 Business Mangement SharePoint Sync Covid-19 Emails Customer Relationship Management Remote Workers Wiring Customers Shortcuts Practices Distributed Denial of Service Trending Amazon Audiobook IT Assessment Analyitcs Current Events Cryptomining Cache Netflix Safe Mode Two Factor Authentication Touchpad Recycling Peripheral Programming Customer Service Root Cause Analysis Managed IT Service GDPR Hosted Computing Music Amazon Web Services HBO Politics OneDrive Knowledge Advertising Database Wireless Internet Windows Server 2008 R2 File Sharing User Criminal PowerPoint Antivirus Skype Quick Tip Windows Media Player Data loss Using Data Windows 8 Camera Inventory Notifications Wire Troubleshooting Online Shopping IT service Outlook Copiers Leadership Manufacturing Managing Stress Start Menu PCI DSS Specifications Screen Mirroring Computing Tablet Printers Loyalty Relocation Security Cameras Smart Office Books Evernote Cameras Domains Frequently Asked Questions Development Biometric Security Windows 10s Video Games Professional Services Policy

      Top Blog

      The reasoning for this is simple: you want to make sure that operations are proceeding as intended, even if you’re not there. If you completely check out from the workplace every time you leave, you could return from your vacation to a complete and total disaster that may have been prevented with y...
      QR-Code