Michael Scott once described an office as “a place to live life to the fullest, to the max,” yet we know that Dunder Mifflin was not really doing anything to the max…other than chaos, maybe. In the hit NBC TV show The Office, which ran from 2005 to 2013, the fictional organization Dunder Mifflin Paper Company, and more specifically its Scranton branch, was not ahead of its time or very productive, though its cliché characters mixed with sitcom craziness made for incredible comedy and relatable themes as the employees went about their jobs providing Scranton with its paper needs.
But what if Dunder Mifflin had been ahead of its time? Cloud tech didn’t really exist in the corporate world in 2005, but hypothetically, what if it did? Businesses all over the world today are using Sync to modernize their workflows and get work done. Here’s how Dunder Mifflin could have used Sync to overcome that chaos to achieve workplace productivity and harmony to the max. Reboots are all the rage these days, so if NBC or Peacock are looking for ways to revitalize The Office, we’re happy to consult.
Effective communication can have a significant impact on the well-being and success of your team, and by extension, your entire organization. But with two-thirds of managers reporting that they feel uncomfortable communicating with their employees, it’s clear that creating an environment where everyone feels heard, respected, and appreciated is easier said than done. So how can you foster positive communication that motivates, builds connections, and brings out the best in your team?
Your data stored with Sync is safe and secure in the cloud, protected with strong encryption. But how do you protect yourself from the myriad of malicious threats, intentional or otherwise, that may be targeting you directly? From insidious hackers to sophisticated ransomware, the risk of threats is never zero. But fear not! Follow these tips to enhance the security of your computers, mobile devices, and Sync account to maximize your peace of mind.
Your business is mission-critical, and you simply cannot afford downtime due to data loss. Local, on-premise storage solutions may be part of your 3-2-1 backup strategy, but with your production data residing in the cloud, your teams working remotely, and the exponential cost of scaling up reliably, how do you plan for disaster?
Influencers will tell you not to read the comments, but we think different! When sharing documents and files with your clients, customers, and teams, having a space to communicate easily can improve productivity, close a deal, make approvals a breeze, answer questions, inspire new ideas, and simply get the job done.