Your Lobby’s Role in Office Security

As the first point of contact with your office visitors, your lobby plays an important role in setting a welcoming tone and communicating your brand image. It’s also absolutely crucial to office security. A secure reception area can improve employee safety, protect customer privacy, and even thwart major security breaches. Read on for tips on how to make your lobby …

Are Your Competitors Using Your Visitor Log to Spy on You?

We all know that a visitor log is crucial for office security. But could a written log threaten the privacy of your customers? The answer is “yes”! Imagine this: You’ve been developing a breakthrough product in a competitive field. After months of R&D, you’re ready to apply for a patent on a working design. So, you go to your attorney’s …

Featured Business: Robinson Bradshaw

Robinson Bradshaw places a high value on their office security and their clients’ privacy. The North Carolina-based corporate law firm has been providing legal services to clients across the country since 1960. And along the way, they’ve picked up some high-profile clientele. The privacy of those and other clients is what led Robinson Bradshaw to The iPad Receptionist. Bobby Hendrix, …

Featured Business: Martensen IP

Intellectual property (IP) law firm Martensen IP more than understands the importance of privacy. Their services focus on identifying and securing the rights that make companies competitive—patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. Located in Colorado Springs, CO, Martensen IP serves emerging growth companies throughout the Front Range and on a national scale. They identify what IP assets make their clients …

Hot New Office Technologies for 2016

Are your employees drowning in a sea of ineffective technology? Instead of just adding more tech, focus on choosing the right technologies to address your challenges. Aron Susman writing for Forbes identifies three trends that will impact business in 2016: The sharing economy The Internet of Things (IoT) Virtual/augmented reality. All three of those trends are reflected in the technologies that …

7 Tips for Moving Your Business to the Cloud

You know the benefits of doing business in the cloud. But are you ready to make a conscious, company-wide move? Before you do, it pays to carefully consider questions of cost, security, availability, and maintenance. Here are seven tips to make your migrations as seamless as possible. 1. Learn the language As the cloud computing landscape expands, so does the …

5 Things Your Technology Says About Your Company

We all know the importance of nonverbal communication. In business, the nonverbal signals you send can make or break your brand. Your choice of technology falls into that nonverbal category. It reflects your company’s values and personality, so it’s an area you can’t afford to ignore. Here are five things your technology says about you: How old you are Millennials …

5 Major Office Security Fails That Could Have Been Prevented

We recently conducted a survey of receptionists and office managers. Almost 50% of respondents said their offices have no form of visitor sign-in required for entry to their buildings. A visitor sign-in system may not stop a criminal mastermind, but here are five major building security breaches that illustrate the importance of monitoring your office traffic. Philippe Petit’s Twin Towers …

New Features: More Visitor Contact Fields and Multiple NDAs

Ready to start collecting visitor emails and phone numbers when they check in at your office? We thought so. How about managing multiple NDAs for different visitor types? We got you covered there as well. Take a look at the latest features for your iPad Receptionist. Our team is building the best visitor management software around. No matter what subscription level …