As a business owner, it is your job to stay on top of the latest developments in technology in order to keep your company running effectively and, if possible, improve its efficiency.
Over the last couple of years, there has been a great deal for businesses to contend with, from lockdowns to remote working, broken supply chains to wide scale changes in consumer buying habits. These developments are almost certainly going to impact the long-term relationships between businesses and consumers, as well as how businesses themselves are structured.
However, despite these overarching changes, it is important not to lose track of individual technological developments which can potentially benefit your organization. Among these are the importance of keeping your code and data safe (especially during a time when many individuals and companies are accessing the majority of their sensitive data via cloud computing), the rise of virtual assistants and freelance experts who can help transform the efficiency of start-ups, and the benefits any business can enjoy by using work communication platforms.
Here are three tech services you need to know about as a business owner in 2021:
Keep your company safe
If you own a business, then you will inevitably have a large online presence. If your company is rapidly expanding then this reliance on online services such as your website, cloud storage and social media will soon expand with it. Unfortunately, this only makes it harder to stay on top of your internet security and monitor the safety of sensitive assets, and the strength of your coding. This is why using code security software is so important, as it can monitor potential weaknesses for you, and help prevent costly data breaches.
Consider the benefits of virtual assistants
If you run a small business or start-up, you are strapped for cash and you are drowning in a sea of administration, bills, meetings and other work-related stresses, then you might think it is time to hire an assistant.
The problem with this is clear. Hiring a full-time employee to organize your business admin is expensive, time-consuming and difficult to manage, especially if you haven’t got an office.
Instead of suffering from your admin burden, there is an alternative which is likely to become increasingly popular as freelancing becomes the norm, rather than the exception.
Virtual assistants are freelancers who will take on the role as your assistant part-time (or full-time if need-be), on a remote basis. This saves you the financial and administrative burden of an added employee, while freeing up the time you waste doing paperwork in order to reinvest elsewhere in your company.
Work on dedicated work communication platforms
Intra-business communication is increasingly being done online, but it can quickly become confusing if there isn’t a simple, transparent platform on which to do it. Social media is unprofessional and problematic, emails are easy to lose track of and are difficult to collaborate over, and video calling can become time-consuming.
One solution is to use a work communication platform, which allows entire teams to collaborate on projects, talk freely and allow everyone to read the conversations, which cuts down on the risk of miscommunication. It has the potential to increase productivity and give employees the opportunity to work both independently and within teams.
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