Keeping an Eye on Your Business
Smart surveillance can let you check on your business from your smartphone or tablet. Video streaming helps you keep your company safe after business hours, but you can also use smart cameras to pop in on key areas during the day, such as fulfillment centers and conference rooms.
Screen Your Deliveries
You can check on that important delivery even when you're traveling with a smart doorbell. The latest models feature live streaming and push notifications, so you can use your phone to see who's at the door and even talk to couriers and servicemen through built-in microphones.
Identify False Alarms
If your sprinklers go off whenever an employee burns popcorn in the break room, a smart smoke detector may be ideal for you. The newest smart smoke detectors can distinguish between different types of events, including fast- and slow-burning fires, so you can identify false alarms quickly.
Lower Energy While Keeping Staff Comfortable
The self-learning feature on a smart thermostat can help your company compromise on how warm or cool to keep shared spaces. By noting when your team adjusts the temperature, the device learns the group's overall preference and schedule, so that the office is an ideal temperature by the time staff arrives.
Streamline Voice Commands
Smart switches sync with lighting and appliances to provide streamlined automation at work. You can add a voice assistant and your employees can ask the lights to turn on as they enter dark rooms, including large warehouses and meeting spaces.
Strong Wi-Fi for Smarter Operation
Smart products can't fully function if they are in a dead spot. Boosting your workplace Wi-Fi signal can ensure your smart technology works together for seamless operation in every room, including large or complex areas such as storage rooms, hallways and individual offices or patient rooms.
Sharing Ideas Face-to-Face
Employees can feel out of the loop when they travel on business or work from home. Video conference tools can allow your team to gather remotely to share ideas and clarify project direction. The technology can also help you connect to freelancers for specific issues, such as website management and marketing consulting.
Accounting in the Cloud
The latest generation of POS systems and card readers can help your company expand your customer's payment options for services such as PayPal. Some systems include features such as cloud storage to centralize your accounting and inventory data, so you can track your business in real time.