Email is by now, the most important communication tool at the disposal of business owners, managers and employees. While it is incredibly useful, it is also a bit of a pain, with many users feeling overwhelmed by the number of emails they receive on a daily basis.
While email is without a doubt one of the most useful communication tools out there, it can be challenging to master. Sure, you probably write many a day, but because emails lack face-to-face communication, it’s easy for these messages to be read the wrong way, literally.
There are so many useful business tools these days, most of which revolve around tech. Devices like the computer and servers have enabled businesses of all sizes to compete. The problem with technology is that it is expensive to replace, especially for smaller businesses who potentially operate on already narrow margins.
The tablet is regarded by many business owners, managers and employees as one of the more useful business tools, and the most popular tablet is Apple’s iPad. The iPad is a reliable device with a user-friendly interface. There are times however when you might run across problems with it.
As a business owner or manager you likely need to make small decisions on a regular basis, and have likely gotten good at making them. There has also likely been a time when you have had to make a big decision that had a big impact on your business. This can involve a challenging process and is one reason why many businesses are turning to Business Intelligence (BI). While BI is popular, there is a new sector that is gaining business fans: Big Data.
Navigation and interaction with a computer is typically done through a keyboard and a mouse. In some programs, worksheets for instance, many users will rely on the keyboard simply because it’s quicker. This is one of the reasons why programmers have implemented keyboard shortcuts into programs like Microsoft Excel.