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Aug 15, 2019
Have you heard of a Cloud Desktop and the advantages of this emerging technology solution for small business? A Cloud Desktop Computer will do wonders for your small business productivity and security. Expert Computer Business Consultants Mike Molsen and Adam...
Nov 8, 2019
Sure, things are running smoothly right now at your business. But, as any tech-savvy business owner knows, if you aren’t truly efficient, your competitors will quickly gain a competitive edge. That’s while you’re holding unproductive meetings or delaying projects because of a lack of communication, they’re growing their business. So, how can you ensure that your tech-savvy business is truly efficient? Start utilizing these seven strategies.
Make Your Digital Business More Efficient 1. Eliminate what isn’t working in your tech-savvy business. I’m talking specifically about inefficiencies like redundant processes and relying on outdated information/procedures. For tech-savvy businesses, however, they may also implement way too many systems in order to be cutting edge.
As a result, these inefficiencies hold you back from moving. That’s why you need to be aware of your business capabilities by eliminating what isn’t working.
If you need a place to start, focus on these common sources of IT inefficiency;
Not having a shared language.
You should adopt and define a common terminology t..
Oct 29, 2019
Well we've heard of faster chips bringing good speed increases but the new google quantum chip is insane. Read all about it... From Google AI: "We developed a new 54-qubit processor, named “Sycamore”, that is comprised of fast, high-fidelity quantum logic gates, in...
Oct 28, 2019
Millennials are on track to make up 75% of the workforce by 2030. As result, it’s crucial for all small business owners to harness the strengths of this generation and develop strong leaders for the future.
On The Small Business Radio Show this week, Chris Tuff, author of USA Today bestseller, “The Millennial Whisperer” discusses research-based and time-tested strategies for bridging communication gaps between Millennials and the rest of your team.
How to Motivate Millennials According to Chris, Millennials want different things than previous generations:
1. Flexible work: Companies need to let employees have the freedom to work more where and when they want. This is critical because work is now “always-on” and it can be done anywhere. Chris says this is the only way they can integrate life and work.
2. Autonomy within the structure: Micro-managing should be reduced as Millennials want more freedom to pursue the things that interest them including any side-hustle businesses. Chris ..