Love it or hate it, technology is an integral part of your business. Depending on how it’s implemented, it can either spur more productivity and growth, or do exactly the opposite and result in downtime and stagnation. So how can you ensure IT is helping your business instead of hindering it? Here are four technology traps to look out for.
For the past few years, many doctors and healthcare practices have found themselves torn as to whether or not they should embrace telehealth. While the benefits of it are undeniable, there have been questions over its security and practicality since it started being implemented over 20 years ago.
Search engine optimization (SEO) is a complex subject that is constantly on the move, with major search engines always refining the algorithms that determine how to rank websites. That’s why it’s so easy for businesses to make a blunder based on common misconceptions.
News that a potential security threat in the web-based version of WhatsApp left up to 200 million of its users with their data exposed to hackers and malware acts as a reminder to us all to be vigilant in our online interactions. While the bug affected the popular instant messaging app’s web-based version rather than the mobile app itself, and was remedied by WhatsApp after being detected by an Israeli IT firm, it’s nonetheless a worry for those of us who rely on WhatsApp for both business and pleasure.
Have you ever wondered if your business is ready to make the switch to a VoIP phone system? You’ve probably heard the benefits of VoIP and thought they sounded pretty good, but perhaps you weren’t certain it was the right technology fit for your business.
If you heard the recent news that a dislike button is coming to Facebook, you may have suddenly broken out into a cold sweat, fearing the negative repercussions it could have on your business. “What if customers dislike my posts or my business fan page?” you may think to yourself.
One of the biggest buzzwords going in the IT industry these days is collaboration. But it’s more than merely a buzzword – effective collaboration among colleagues, clients and partners can mean the difference between a team that performs sluggishly and one delivering at its peak.