Kaitlin Morrison

About the author

Kaitlin is a freelance writer and editor living in the Pacific Northwest. She writes about technology and business software topics and can always be found with a cup of coffee.

9 IoT Solutions for Contractors

Contractors are set to experience a boom of new Internet of Things (IoT) devices and solutions designed just for their industry. By helping contractors gather and use information more effectively, monitor worksites, improve productivity and streamline business processes, these IoT technologies have the potential to help the construction industry

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5 Ways Healthcare Providers Can Use QR Codes

As you’re bringing more technology into your practice—to manage your office and communicate with your patients and suppliers—take a look at what QR code technology can do for you. QR codes offer a lot of value for healthcare professionals who are looking for a practical way to link patients

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5 Ways Retailers Can Use QR Codes

The transition to online shopping has motivated many retailers to look for creative ways to generate sales, connect with shoppers and distinguish their stores. If you’re looking for a way to add a tech-y online dimension to your in-store shopping experience, QR codes are an effective and flexible way

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Website Tactics for Small Business Contractors

For a contractor, the right website is more than just a form of advertising—it’s essential if you want to compete. Today’s website-building tools are easy to use and can help you get your business online quickly and develop relationships with potential customers. You want your website to be more

Why Is It Important To Have a Business Phone Number?

If you own a contracting business, you know how much customers want to talk to you, not email you or send a question through your website. They want advice, reassurance, estimates, moral support—all easily gained through a phone call.According to a new report from Moneypenny, 56% of businesses still

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Setting Up a VPN for Your Small Business

When the pandemic first hit and employees moved to working from home, many of them logged in without security. It became very clear very soon that security needed to exist outside the boundaries of the office. Small businesses needed a solution to enable remote secure access to documents, files

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Best Security Practices To Keep Your E-Commerce Safe

E-commerce offers the opportunity for retailers to expand and reach new customers, but the migration to online retailing has also created opportunities for scammers and hackers.Just like the major malware, spyware and “You won a vacation!” scams making the rotation among consumers today, online retailers can be vulnerable to

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These Contractors Built a Better Business with Technology

There comes a time when even a business built on handmade craftsmanship discovers a new skill set in technology. This is what Ward and Teresa Harrington, owners of WTH Custom of Moses Lake, WA, a contracting business specializing in residential remodels, learned when when they set out to match

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Is VoIP Phone Good For My Business?

Many small business owners wonder how they’ll save on phone bills without missing what their businesses need. If this is you, then take a look at VoIP phone service. Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, uses the internet to transmit voice calls, replacing traditional business phone service.You may already