1. Give Them The Tools And Resources They Need We all need tools to get things done – project management software, content creation tools, messaging apps, virtual private network access and more. Have a conversation about what each team member needs to maximize productivity and work closely with them to meet that need.
You’ve seen it. You’ve probably even experienced it. For what feels like forever now, just about everyone has been forced to modify priorities. As a business owner, you’ve probably been focused on shifting your business to accommodate this world crisis.
Read. There are always new things to learn or perspectives to gain. The top entrepreneurs in the world read every single day. Read books, blogs, articles, anything – but always be reading. Listen To Podcasts. Podcasts are more popular than ever, and there is a podcast for just about every topic.
1. Technologies change and businesses change. Sometimes they happen faster than we’d like — and faster than we can adapt. It can be stressful. But there are strategies you can implement with your team in those moments when things start to move at a breakneck pace.
Jesse Itzler is a man of many talents. He spoke at a recent conference this past fall and brought a lot of great business insight with him. Itzler got his start as a rapper in the early ’90s. He worked with artists including Tone Lōc, wrote a song that made it to the Billboard Hot […]
Whether it happens gradually or suddenly, trying to work when your computer is slow can be seriously frustrating. If you are asking yourself “Why is my laptop so slow – I haven’t had it that long”, then you’ll want to keep reading! When you first got your new computer, it was probably lightning fast, but […]
Do you ever walk away from your computer, whether it’s to go into a meeting, grab lunch or use the restroom without locking down your computer? You may not think it’s a big deal, but this small action can prevent someone from gaining access to your confidential company information.
More and more business owners are moving away from traditional phone systems and are instead taking advantage of the cost savings and additional features of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems. VoIP is short for Voice Over Internet Protocol. Simply put, it is a phone system that runs over the internet and offers many benefits […]
Most applications require you to have username and password in order to login and access your account. This is known as single factor authentication, because you only require one piece of “authentication” in the form of a password. Single factor authentication (SFA) was the standard for a long time, but that is changing fast.
Most businesses today use mobile devices to some degree or another. And why wouldn’t you? There are numerous benefits of adopting a mobile workforce, and most include a common finding: that productivity is enhanced. Mobile devices allow your employees to collaborate constantly, work flexibly, and stay connected with everyone from your customers and team […]
Major software companies like Apple, Microsoft, or Google are constantly looking for security vulnerabilities and feature improvements to add to their products. It’s only natural: they want satisfied, long-term users, and a glitchy, slow, weakly secured program doesn’t do the trick.
Technology is fundamental to every business. Whether you are a brand-new start up, a small company with a handful of employees, or a large established business, chances are you have needed IT support at one time or another. If you are small, you might ask an employee to take care of these issues, but as […]
The 7 Urgent And Critical Protections Every Small And Medium Sized Business Must Have In Place NOW To Protect Their Bank Accounts, Client Data, Confidential Information And Reputation From The Tsunami Of Cybercrime