Not Enough Hours In The Day? 4 Reasons You Need Account Management Software For Your Business

If you run a small business, only having two hands can leave you between a rock and a hard place, especially if you don't have the budget to hire additional personnel. A tight budget means that you need to make the most out of what you have. Luckily, there are computer software programs that can help pick up the slack, and get your business running more efficiently. If you're not utilizing account management software for your business, you need to start. Read More 

Fires: Keeping Your Restaurant Safe

Having a restaurant generally means that you will be busy throughout the day working with food, serving customers and overseeing staff. You might not think about fire safety issues too much, but to protect your business and your employees, it's smart to assess a variety of issues regularly and take action when you have to. Some of the issues to focus on are detailed below. Installation and Maintenance of Commercial Fire Alarm Systems Read More 

Understanding Failure And Service Needs With Business Computers

Computer systems can fail at any time, and too many businesses rely on one-time repair agreements when a problem occurs. Don't bet on everything working properly for as long as possible, and don't assume that a problem can be fixed quickly enough to get back to business as soon as possible. Instead, here are some details about what could go wrong and how often, as well as service agreement considerations to make sure you're getting the right technicians on your side. Read More 

Use Action Cameras To Conduct Video Surveillance Around Your House On Halloween

If you've had your home victimized by pranksters on past Halloweens, you might feel a little anxious when this date approaches this year. While there are steps that you can take to reduce the risk of being victimized, including keeping your house's exterior well lit, it's a good idea to use security cameras to capture the scene. This way, if neighborhood vandals do decide to target your residence, your cameras should provide the footage that the authorities can use to identify the culprits. Read More 

E-Waste, And How Businesses Can Deal With It

It's possible for a business to generate a tremendous amount of electronic waste. Dumping that waste isn't good for the environment, nor is it a responsible business tactic. Here's a little more about business e-waste, and what you can do about it. Why You Just Can't Dump Your Electronic Waste Electronics, like most garbage, can sit in an already overburdened landfill. Unlike many other types of garbage, electronics typically have some very toxic materials in them. Read More