Release of MyWorkDrive 2.0 Brings Competitive Advantages to Modern Business Professionals!/in blog /by Dan Gordon
MyWorkDrive showcased in Small Business Trends/in File Server /by Dan Gordon
MyWorkDrive showcased in Small Business Trends Great article explaining the MyWorkDrive solution and problem we fix for small businesses!! IT Company Builds Software Platform for Cloud-ready Companies and Those That Aren’t
MyWorkDrive:Faster, Cheaper, Better./in blog /by Dan Gordon
MyWorkDrive is not another File Sync and Share product. In fact, it is a NEW PARADIGM for providing remote workers with faster, easier, and direct access to their work files. The premise for Enterprise File Sync & Share (EFSS ) products is that company files are synced across managed user devices, permissions are managed outside […]
MyWorkDrive File Server Web Access Now Live!/in File Server /by Dan Gordon
MyWorkDrive.com is now live! We are pleased to report MyWorkDrive is now available for purchase and as a monthly subscription. MyWorkDrive let’s you “webify” your existing windows file servers in place for cloud file web access by employees. The server can be located on premise or as a hosted virtual machine on Azure, AWS and others. […]
Collaboration and its Impact on Businesses/in blog /by Dan Gordon
As our world grows smaller, technology grows larger to bring us closer together. In the business world, one of the most expensive assets are good employees. It takes time (and money) to interview, hire, train, and get new employees up to speed in order to ramp up productivity. No business owner likes to lose good […]
Consumer-Grade File Sharing Puts Companies at Risk/in blog, Business Technology /by Dan Gordon
You wouldn’t open a free checking account for your company or sign up for a personal insurance policy to cover your company’s business and auto insurance. So why do you choose a regular file-sharing product to run and protect your company and its data? Consumer-file sharing products put your company and its bottom-line at risk, […]
Why File Syncing and Sharing Solutions are Broken/in File Sharing /by Dan Gordon
There has been a proliferation of data driven devices like tablets, smartphones, and laptops that has created an enormous demand for access to business files from anywhere at anytime. This is particularly troubling for businesses because it’s created a bit of a blind spot for IT departments. Companies that care about maintaining control and visibility over […]
5 Signs You’re the Victim of Hackers and What to Do About It/in blog, Hackers, Security News /by MyWorkDrive Team
Has your privacy ever been invaded and shortly after, you have trouble trusting that it won’t happen again? If it hasn’t happened to you, you’re one of the lucky ones. Unfortunately there are vicious hackers out there in the IT world, as we’ve seen recently with what could potentially be one of the largest breaches […]
Lack of File Sharing Mobility in Workplace Costing Companies/in Enterprise /by Dan Gordon
Effects of the Lack of File Sharing Mobility A recent study has revealed that companies and top executives have lost data, missed deadlines, and suffer from decreased productivity because of a lack of file sharing mobility and remote access. According to the report, The State of Mobility in The Workplace, forty percent of top executives […]
5 Business Technology Pioneers/in Business Technology /by Dan Gordon
Where would we be without technology? From the World Wide Web to the Smartphone and everything in between, technology has changed the shape of the world and has complete transformed the way that humankind does virtually everything. Now it’s possible to order a pizza while riding the subway and book a hotel room while driving.
One thing is for sure, however; technology would not be anything it is today if it weren’t for the business technology engineers who shaped it. While there are so many individuals who have helped to shape and change this industry, here’s a look at five of the most influential pioneers.
- Mark Zuckerberg –You can’t even buy a package of gum without seeing that iconic blue ‘F’ for Facebook. With billions of users, and millions more new users joining the social media yearly, Mark Zuckerbereg, the creator of the social media giant, is, without a doubt, one of the most notable business technology pioneers.
- Sergey Brin and Larry Page – The Stanford University graduates co-created the world’s largest search engine – Google. Together, the two came up with the idea to create a search engine that would provide users with precisely what they were looking for and limited the amount of time that they would have to spend looking for what they wanted to find. Today, Google powers so many facets of the World Wide Web and technology that it the word ‘Google’ has become a verb.
- Bill Gates – At just 19 years old, Bill Gates created one of the first software companies for personal computers in the world. At 24, he joined forces with Paul Allen, and together, the two struck a deal that was pure gold. The duo went into business with IBM and completely transformed the way that the World Wide Web operated. Today, Gates is one of the richest people in the world.
- Steve Jobs –His name is synonymous with Apple, the company that he created. While Apple is certainly one of his greatest achievements, it’s not his only one; Steve Jobs also changed the animation industry when he pioneered and became the chairman of Pixar. He has single-handedly changed modern music, communication and entertainment.
- Thomas Watson Sr and Lou Gerstner – The pair, who both came from the working class, spearheaded a company that completely changed technology. Together, they created International Business Machines, better known as IBM, a computer technology and IT consulting corporation.