When was the last time you opened a web site, got everything you needed from it and then closed it? It’s something we do less and less – instead, more of us are accustomed to keeping a page open for reference for some time, perhaps even leaving it open when we put our computer to sleep, and often bookmarking it to go back to later.
The pre-touchscreen days of cell phones are thankfully long behind us, and we can consign to history all that thumping down on physical buttons just to make a call. With the advent of the smartphone, we’re now all well accustomed to gliding our fingers across the screen to activate our devices’ countless functions.
Remember when Internet Explorer was your go-to browser? Actually, you may have trouble remembering. Yes, it was that long ago – like, the 90’s. Google Chrome, Firefox and the other modern browsers of today have evolved, and Internet Explorer has simply not kept up.
Love it or hate it, technology isn’t going away. The world is evolving by the day and, with it, so is tech. The fact of the matter is that if you’re not incorporating new technology into your business, your competition is going to gain an edge over you.
At the end of the day, the success of any business comes down to whether it’s making a profit. But building and maintaining relationships with the customer base responsible for that revenue is even more significant. Visionary business owners are implementing customer relationship management (CRM) systems as a part of their business operations.
Think your business is immune to disasters? Think again. Disasters can strike without warning and, when they do, your company stands to lose more than just the time and money you’ll have to spend on data recovery and compensation. You could lose years of hard-earned reputation and trust from loyal clients – the two things that could potentially put an end to your operations altogether.
Understanding the success of Facebook marketing efforts can quickly become complicated but, if there is one figure that’s critical to monitor on a regular basis, it’s the count of users who have liked your company’s page. This number helps you understand how far your messages are spreading, and what return you’re likely getting on your investment.
No one likes a slow PC. It makes you feel like you’re living back in the 1990s when waiting nearly a minute for a page to load was the norm. The technology problems of the ‘90s are gone for a good reason, and with them so should your computer slowness.
Google has finally invented the missing piece in the jigsaw for iPhone users – the tech firm has completed its suite of apps by adding iPhone functionality to the popular Calendar App. Now you can schedule yourself to within an inch of your life, all without leaving your iPhone and without bothering with integration between Google Calendar and your phone’s own built-in diary management tools.
If you think your email is fully protected from hackers, think again. A lack of sufficient email security measures can result in data theft, unauthorized access to sensitive information and the invasion of your computer by viruses and malware. Here are some tips to secure your email account from unwanted intruders and the many troubles that come with them.