IT is no longer considered as a support function but as a foundation on which a successful business is built. Executing and developing a clear and strategic IT plan can play a major role to help you achieve business goals.
In the end, it doesn’t have to be a massive restructuring of the way you operate the business. Small steps can make a big difference. Don’t let your software and equipment age, invest wisely, and choose the right technology fit for your needs and not just because it’s a trend.
Covid-19 pushes businesses to navigate not only the financial challenge, but also the operational side of the business while tackling the needs of their people, customers, and partners. With more services shifting online, our business’ ability to adapt can be put to the test.
Email has improved our work efficiency and communication in the workplace. With our reliance on sending business information through email, an email breach can be your business’ downfall. Email data should remain confidential because a simple mistake can expose any of your company’s top secret.
Almost all smartphones are equipped with lithium-ion (Li-on) batteries and while we all use the same type, no battery has the same lifespan. It all depends on our habits and how we use our phones that can determine how long can we keep the health of our smartphone batteries.
Understanding how mobile hacking works can help you practice security in your daily life. When it happens, knowing how to handle it will keep you from making more mistakes and ensure that you will be on top of the issue.
For your business to implement an effective digital transformation strategy, planning is vital. Once you determine what is you want to gain from developing your digital foothold, then you can get started on how to get there.