Data drives progress. Until a new breakthrough in the way we store, analyze, and spread information changes, it's hard to reach peak business performance without a strong data backbone. Can your team process information without much of a challenge--at least compared to the competition? Do you have ways to store information about clients, customers, products, services, employees, and investors? Can you make sense of that data with databases, analysis, and reports? Answering those questions is a work in progress for everyone. Read More
When searching for a platform on which to build your online store, you'll probably encounter WooCommerce. Since its release in 2011, it's been downloaded over 5 million times. WooCommerce is an easy-to-use platform that provides all the features you need to build your online store from the ground up. Unless you've used it in the past, however, you might be reluctant to choose it over other popular e-commerce platforms like Shopify, BigCommerce and Magento. 1) Designed Exclusively for WordPress
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Working from home is a reality for an ever-growing number of people in the workforce. Taking advantage of the newest advances in the world of technology is essential in helping your employees stay productive at home. Fortunately, business owners can choose from a wide range of tech options and software programs to ease the transition of working from home. Interested in learning more? Here are a few essential technologies to help your employees work efficiently at home.
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As governments across the world continue to issue "stay-at-home" orders to their people every day, there's no denying that 2020 is off to an...unorthodox start. People everywhere are finding themselves sheltering in place and self-quarantining for weeks, resulting in a loss of work -- and income -- for many. But what are you to do with all this excess time suddenly thrown in your lap? Spend hours binging on Netflix and Hulu? Login to play your 1,000th run-through of your favorite Read More
The staff at InterServer has been closely monitoring the changes with COVID-19 as well as following state and federal recommendations and guidelines. The situation has been changing almost daily, and with that InterServer and staff has also been implementing changes at our datacenter and offices. Some changes being implemented include: * Remote staff work, when possible. Please be aware that many of InterServer's staff have worked locally at our Secaucus Datacenter and are now transitioning to telecommuting. This includes staff who Read More