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Adapt Your Office for Better Video Conferencing

Virtual meetings have become increasingly common, but the challenges of working through a pandemic shifted video conferencing from a luxury to a necessity. With staff working both remotely and in office, how else will they conduct meetings and collaborate from different locations? The answer? Adapt conference rooms for both in-office and virtual meetings. In fact, this new way of meeting is projected to be one of the biggest trends in 2021 and beyond. To stay…
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Try These 7 Tips To Stay Healthy In The Office During Flu Season

It’s Flu Season, which means it’s time to step up your defense against germs in the workplace. You’ve read about how you should cover your hands when you sneeze and that you should wash your hands, but that’s not all there is to it. By following these 7 tips, you can do your part to help keep yourself and your coworkers healthy.  1. Use Hand Sanitizer Hands are dirty. In fact, they are downright filthy…
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ProfTech Celebrates Minority Heritage Month

October is National Minority Heritage Month! This month-long observation honors the culture, heritage, and contributions of minorities in America each year. As a minority-owned business ourselves, we would like to take this opportunity to tell our story and show our pride in our work, heritage and continuous efforts towards success and equality.  The ProfTech Story  Let’s go back to the 80’s, a time of big business—and bigger hair—when the nation was keen on shows of grandeur. In a time of big, ProfTech began in…
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Covid-19 took businesses for a ride in 2020, so what can they expect in the upcoming year? Although things are calming down, there are certain trends that are here to stay for the foreseeable future, and companies need to adapt. Fixed is a thing of the past. Flexibility and fluidity are the now and the future.   1. Distance Will Dominate  At present, it’s unclear when the government will give the green light for businesses to return to work at full capacity. But no matter…
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Designing Ergonomic Office Workstations at Home  If you’re one of the many office workers who’s working from home right now, there’s a good chance you might not be feeling as productive as you want to be. That might be because you don’t have a work setup in place that accommodates your traditional work style. Office ergonomics are crucial so you need a comfortable workstation in order to keep up with your workload.  If you’re at loss for what to do, we can help. Try…
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The Top 5 Office Interior Design Trends Of 2020: Get Back To The Natural State Of Things The New Year is bringing with it a new decade. As your office looks toward the future, an interior remodeling might be in order. Fortunately, the hottest trends of 2020 are easily applied. In fact, you’ll find that most take their cues from traditional sources and look to return to simplicity and the natural state of things. Here…
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A procurement partner is like the stage crew of a theatre production: although they are hidden in the background, the show cannot go on without them. The right procurement partner will do more than just get supplies to your office. They will know your business intimately to anticipate your needs, follow your cues, and deliver the essentials on time and at the best price. From breakroom snacks to complete office redesign they will have the…
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The safety of an office staff and company employees should always be the top priority. Unfortunately, daily routines have office managers fall into a false sense of security. The arrangement common office items, improper supervision of chemicals, and dust accumulation are overlooked hazards that can result in dangerous or even life-threatening situations if gone unchecked. Proper safety supplies is also often put at the bottom of an office and procurement list. So just how safe…
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Top 5 Reasons To Buy Local  Big name brands may tout the best and the most convenient, but they are sorely lacking in many aspects where local businesses thrive. These points don’t just come down to price—they directly impact your local community in a positive way. Whether you are looking to purchase food, clothing or even office supplies, buying local from any industry has the following five (5) impacts:  1. Buying Local In Westchester County & Other Areas Of Upstate NY Reduces Environmental…
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