All of the celebrations are behind us, it is time to get back to work. What are you planning to do this year to make your company more profitable?
We like to work together with our customers to help them plan ways to make their companies more productive, all the while keeping in mind that costs are just as important as increased productivity. Is your current configuration of servers, laptops, desktops, tablets and phone system up to snuff to handle an increase in production?
If your hardware is still good, then check your software. Using older, outdated software programs can cause production delays and frustrate staff and management alike. Make sure your old files are archived and there is plenty of room for the new files you will be building.
Are you still running Windows 7 or 8? We had a few posts about that here on the blog. It’s beyond time to commit to Windows 10 and all related server products. Yes, switching to a new operating system is frustrating, but once your people get used to the differences, it is worth having the protection of up to date software running on your systems.
Multibriefs.com, William D Pawlucy offered up 10 things to start and stop doing in 2020, here is one I found particularly relevant to the IT side of businesses:
“Platforms: Start using technology platforms to advance the organization. From search engine optimization to digital assistants to digital automation to virtual reality, what platform will you be using in 2020 to increase member value and the relevance of your organization?
Other online writers are emphasizing the changing face of your workforce. From Millenials who grew up with technology, to boomers, who have learned so much from their experiences and everyone in between. Your workplace culture has to be able to provide an environment that is good for all of these groups.
We look forward to a busy and prosperous year, and we hope the same for you.
Your Tech guys