Rapid and dramatic changes to the tools and environment in which we work are transforming the offices of yesterday and essentially, changing the way the average American works. At Access Technologies we've always believed that technology can be a transformational entity that has the power to alter society and the workplace for the better. That’s why we take an integrated approach with all the wireless, WiFi and physical security components.
The recent earthquake that devastated Nepal is just one example of how, in the aftermath of tragedy, aid workers and local communities are utilizing technology to provide lifesaving information regionally and internationally, communicate strategies and news, and quickly deliver aid to individuals affected. Access Technologies has long been committed to the application of informational technology and high performance IT systems to the improvement of our local community in Albuquerque and the world. Whether it is videoconferencing equipment used to deliver education or cloud storage accelerating economic progress in developing nations- technology has the power to improve our world and better our future. When applied to disaster relief, technology in many forms has the capacity to provide tools that do more than offer convenience, but save lives.
Cloud computing refers to the recent, widespread paradigm shift of accessing software, files, pictures, and more over the web as opposed to via storage on a physical computer. The cloud marketplace is expanding at an incredible, and ever increasing, rate. By the end of 2014, reports suggest that a collective 13 billion dollars will be spent on the cloud, driving further investment in cloud-based software and services. The cloud offers endless utility to business, and can be used to boost ROI, connectivity, and collaboration when it comes to videoconferencing. Employment is increasingly elastic, and businesses have to keep up with trending technology in order to compete.