Last week, we compared the basics of GSuite and Microsoft 360 for several business purposes. Today, we are going to take a look at how GSuite and Microsoft 360 can work for a topic that is near and dear to our hearts here at OmniBiz Services – remote work! We have worked with clients throughout the United States, and several of our own team members do not live in close proximity to our home base in Maryland. 66% of companies allow remote work and 16% are fully remote. These numbers are expected to grow as today’s employees expect a better work-life balance than those of previous generations. Let’s take a look at how both GSuite and Microsoft 360 stack up against the needs of working remotely!  Read More

Last month, we ran a 3-part series on GSuite and how it can help you to begin and sustain your business, as well as appeal to the Millennial crowd in your group of employees. However, there is another tech giant out there worth taking a look at for your business needs. Meet Microsoft! While Microsoft and Google can do similar things, and the decision regarding what software to utilize can boil down to a matter of personal preference.We are going to take a look at some of the attributes of Microsoft vs. GSuite. Let’s get ready to rumble! Read More

Unless you’ve been living in a digital desert, you’ve surely noticed a headline that reads something like this: “Millennials are killing the chain restaurant industry.” Or perhaps you’ve heard a younger person make a crack about the lack of tech-savviness prevalent among Baby Boomers. And surely you’ve seen the Gen-Xer middle-aged caricatures, the manager-seeking Karen as well as Tom after buying insurance! 

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Last week, we took a look at how GSuite can be beneficial for Millennials in the workplace. As we learned from the blog, Millennials value flexibility, technology, and a work-life balance. On the flip side, employees from other generations, including Baby Boomers, prefer to have conversations in person. Also, Baby Boomers are willing to put in “face time” at the office, and work long hours to get the job done. As an employer, how do you take your employees’ values and work habits into consideration? And perhaps more importantly, how do you help fight the stereotypes that accompany members of various generations? Each generation has a lot to bring to the table that would make a business successful, and with good management, a multi-generational company can work well together.  Read More

Last week, we took a look at how to sustain your business with the features that GSuite has to offer. A big part of sustaining your business is retaining talented employees. Small businesses are greatly impacted by high turnover rates. Severance packages, training new hires, advertising for job openings, and interviewing candidates also cuts into businesses overall revenue. A high turnover rate can also lead to low morale within the company, in which employees look for excuses to leave. But here’s the good news! By 2021, 50% of the workforce will be made up of Millennials. There has been extensive research done on the engagement and work habits of Millennials, and it shows the following trends:  Read More

Last week, we began to take a look at GSuite and how it can help you to begin your business. So, what happens once you have your business up and running? Can GSuite do anything for you? The answer is a resounding YES! GSuite offers a wide range of tools that make sustaining your business simple. Let’s take a look at some of the most commonly used and useful features that GSuite has to offer.  Read More

Here at OmniBiz Services, we know what it’s like to build a small business from the ground up! From licensing to getting software to figuring out your marketing strategy, there’s a lot to do and organize! One tool that makes building your small business a lot simpler is GSuite. According to Cool Head Tech, GSuite “offers a number of apps that serve different purposes, including collaboration, communication and storage.” Along with all the apps that Google offers, GSuite for Business offers the following features:  Read More

Let’s pretend that we have a friend named Gloria. She is an entrepreneur, and while Gloria’s sales have been steady after launching her business, they recently since slowed. Gloria’s business is in a slump. She thinks that taking an online course written by an expert in her field will be just the thing to help her revamp and generate more sales. So Gloria enrolls in an online course and while taking that course, experiences the following situations:  Read More

You’ve heard the saying “don’t put all your eggs in one basket”, right? According to Idioms.online, the expression means to “risk losing everything by having only one plan or idea and depend entirely on it for your success”. You probably know that it’s a good idea to have various marketing platforms and strategies for your business, but do you know why? Not only will having a varied marketing plan reach more people, it will also help you engage with different types of learners. Everybody learns differently, but science tells us that there are seven main ways that people learn. These include:  Read More

Last week, we learned how distance learning evolved from snail mail to high-speed Internet over a 250-year time period. We are no longer learning shorthand through writing letters to far-away friends or listening to radio broadcasts for college credit. The world of online learning is huge, and now anyone who wants to teach anything can do so! People can create courses in order to help others and share their expert knowledge. However, in order to ensure your learners understand what you are trying to convey, your course needs to include several important elements:  Read More