As a society, we are generally confused about technology. Does it help us, or hurt us? Should we be integrating phones and laptops into everything we do, or are there some parts of everyday life that need to stay low-tech?
There are a few different types of minds that make a successful business: the visionary, and the problem solver.
Working in the healthcare system provides employees of all kinds with high-risk, high-pressure decisions to make with very short amounts of time.
In the past of office work, large print jobs were created, prepped and approved before being sent off to a third party, a business who specializes in printing large batches for other businesses or individuals.
It is not uncommon in the least for businesses to need to keep track of costs associated with specific projects. This is true for law firms, architecture firms, and any other business who needs to know how much went into each project.
In today's business environment, office equipment has to keep up with an incredibly high pace. The last thing you want is to be rushing around to get things done a suddenly come to a standstill because of a slow piece of equipment.
The Cloud is talked about flippantly in conversation. It's an incredibly common term to throw around, and something commonly used in your everyday life, but so few people actually understand what the Cloud is and what it means.
Disasters come in many shapes and sizes. For a business, a disaster could be a fire, flood, hurricane or other extreme weather, or being hacked by malware. Malware can either destroy and alter information, steal information or freeze your system.