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Deploying Desktop as a Service (DaaS) infrastructure can save IT departments significant amounts of time, energy, and money. As more companies and employees work remotely, DaaS offers flexibility and advantages that make it quite appealing. Here are six benefits of Desktop as a Service.
At Webapper, we're a 100% remote workforce, and we always have been. With an increasing number of firms escaping commercial real estate these days, we think we're imminently qualified to share some of the lessons we've learned over the years. It isn't always easy for us, with team members working from different U.S. and international time zones. We face communication issues, life balance challenges, and high customer service expectations. But over the past 20 years, we've learned a great deal, and now we're helping you with our 10 secrets to managing your remote workforce.
The overarching goal of your website is to engage more visitors with your business. It is vital to have a reliable website that positions your company as a strong, professional organization that solves problems for customers. If you find your website failing to reach objectives of traffic or conversions, it may be time for a makeover, or at the very least, a refresh. We’re firm believers in experimentation — we run split tests on landing pages regularly (secret sauce, sorta), and we’re always looking for ways to help our customers get more out of the websites and web applications. So if you’re interested in sprucing up your website, here are ten tips for improving your web design.
Faster, faster, faster. Performance matters, especially when it comes to your website. Google has suggested that we should strive to keep our page load times under two seconds to minimize the bounce rate. After page load time exceeds 3 seconds, bounce rate soars, reaching 38% when it hits 5 seconds. And don’t forget mobile. According to Unbounce, 46% of people say waiting for pages to load is what they dislike most about browsing the web on mobile, and it takes an average of 15.3 seconds to load a mobile landing page. Clearly there are solid business reasons to make your website faster!
Just when you think you've created a brilliant marketing/sales/development/business plan, a black swan torpedoes your plan. As ones who have been in marketing and technology through many challenges, we've learned a few lessons about how to navigate marketing during a crisis. It isn't easy, by any stretch, but with the right approach, you may find yourself on the other side of the crisis in a better, safer place.