In the right place at the right time. Have you ever had a file deleted and wondered who deleted it? Have you ever had an employee take data off of your network and then quit? Have you ever had an employee leak data by accident? Concerned about PII or PHI data coming into or leaving your environment? If so, using cloud storage could help your business.
Life is a game of cops and robbers. One of the core skills needed to work in the tech space is problem solving. Sure it’s a life skill. But to be any good in the tech world. You’ll need to be really good at problem solving. Nothing sucks more than calling someone for tech support and hearing that looming silence of uncertainty on the phone. Or worse yet. Getting someone on the line who clearly doesn’t know what they’re doing.
I’m a Morning Joe. I typically get into the office around 7:30 am. I don’t quite remember when I started coming in early but it just sort of happened. I was working in Los Angeles and coming in early mostly due to traffic. And on occasion leaving early. One behavior that is common among successful people that I work with is coming in early.
Working in the tech space you get to see it all. It’s a great education in the world of business, people and process. Any and everything happening in business today connects with tech in some way. Heck if you lift your head out of the ones and zeros for just a few minutes you might just learn something. Working alongside businesses as their tech partner provides a glimpse and often more into the inner workings of successful businesses.
I receive over 200 emails a day. From clients, co-workers, vendors and autobots. And as a result… My Microsoft Outlook undergoes regular reviews to make sure that I’m using it as efficiently as possible. Recently, the filing method I developed in the 90’s had become a little long in the tooth and so I when from dozens of folders down to just 3.
Sometimes in the world of tech there can be problems that are difficult to solve. And for whatever reason some of these problems are harder to solve than others. These technical difficulties leave both the user, the business and the technical person frustrated. When these challenges come. And believe me they will. It’s good to have a handy checklist of questions to ask.