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9 Tricks About Technology You Wish You Knew Before - Sophia Belnap - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

9 Tricks About Technology You Wish You Knew Before

Technology can help your business to thrive. With the right tools and tricks, you can set your company on the path to success. However, you don’t know what you don’t know. So, it can be easy to miss ways to optimize your business technology. In some cases, these tips may be so simple that you could start them right away. Even if they leave you wishing you’d known them earlier, the following nine tips will help you to thrive.

 

  1. Start Using a Password Manager

Security should be a top concern for everyone in the modern digital world. One of the best ways to keep yourself safe is with long, strong passwords. Unfortunately, strong passwords aren’t always easy to remember. Many experts recommend using a password manager. It will help you to use strong, different passwords for every service.

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  1. User Automation To Accelerate Processes

Automation can help you to improve your business productivity significantly. Many processes include repeatable steps that can easily be performed by simple software solutions. For example, your end-to-end sales process may include capturing lead information and following up. The initial follow-up can be automated based on information provided in your lead capture form.

 

  1. Enable Work-From-Anywhere Tools

People want to be able to work from home. This has been especially true during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it is a perk that many professionals are continuing to seek even as offices reopen. With the right tools, you can allow your team to work remotely, increasing satisfaction and productivity. Plus, that means that you can work from anywhere too!

 

  1. Integrate Your Business Apps

Integration between your business applications can improve your productivity. Many popular tools can talk directly to each other. Plus, many others can export data in standardized formats to allow the easy movement of information from one app to another. This can help you save time and reduce the risk of making errors.

 

  1. Set Up Online Training Tools

Online learning has really exploded in the higher education space during the last decade or so. However, you may not realize that you could use it for your business too. Many of the same tools can be used for training and onboarding. This can be a great way to accelerate the process of getting new team members up to speed.

 

  1. Always Backup Your Data

Your data should always be backed up. There is a saying that if your data doesn’t exist in at least two distinct places, it doesn’t exist at all. Typically, it is a good idea to have a local mirror of your data and an off-site backup. This will help to protect your business in the event of a ransomware attack, server failure or even a natural disaster affecting your headquarters.

 

  1. Place a Premium on Security

Cybersecurity is growing increasingly important. In 2020 and 2021, there were significant spikes in cyberattacks, likely due to many offices transitioning to remote working. You don’t want to put your business at risk simply because you weren’t ready for a cyberattack. Investing a little in security now is a good idea.

 

  1. Schedule Your Outbound Communication

Keeping up your marketing communication is an important part of running a successful business. One of the ways you can come up with that communication is to schedule it ahead of time. This can greatly simplify your marketing processes. Plus, it is a great way to ensure that your messages are always timely.

 

  1. Measure Your Progress To Find Success

Finally, you should make use of analytics and measurement to track your progress and success. There are many tools that can be useful for this. It is one of the most significant ways that technology has impacted the business world. Get in the practice of measuring success to improve results.

 

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