As we enter 2024, it’s the perfect time to set the stage for an AMAZING year. And one crucial part of this is reviewing your IT strategy.
You don’t have one?? It's a great time to pull one together then.
Think of it as your business’s tech roadmap – a clear plan that shows how you’ll use technology to drive growth, efficiency, and innovation.
We believe your strategy should cover these 7 areas:
1. Business goals alignment: Your IT strategy should align seamlessly with your business goals. It’s not only about your technology, it’s about how that tech can help you achieve your bigger objectives.
2. Security first: Cyber security is no joke, and your IT strategy should make it a priority. Protect your data, your customers’ trust, and your reputation.
3. Budget and resources: Outline your budget for tech investments and ensure you have the right resources in place to execute your strategy effectively.
4. Technology stack: What tools and technologies will drive your business forward? Make sure your IT strategy identifies the right solutions to meet your specific needs.
5. Scalability: Think about next week, next month, next year, not just today. Your IT strategy should be flexible enough to grow with your business.
6. User experience: Don’t forget about your team. Consider how your tech choices impact your employees’ daily work – a happy team is a productive team.
7. Data management: How will you collect, store, and use your data to make informed decisions?
An effective IT strategy isn’t just about following the latest tech trends blindly. It’s about harnessing the right technology to drive your business forward, all while keeping an eye on security and your bottom line.
Creating or refining your IT strategy can feel like you’re diving right in at the deep end, but you don’t have to do it alone. We can help you create the right strategy for your business.
We are thrilled to kick off 2024 with a bang! We are looking forward to another year of dedicated support for both our loyal clients and newcomers. As we step into the future, our enthusiasm for Lunar Voice remains unwavering, and we can't wait to share the exciting developments on the horizon.
TP-Link RE700X Wi-Fi extender: If your team ever work from home, we bet some of them suffer from patchy Wi-Fi. Sometimes this is caused because they’re working too far away from the router. That’s where this TP-Link Wi-Fi extender comes in. The performance is great, and you can link them together to create a network across a home.
$89.99 from Amazon.
Microsoft is saying goodbye to its Tips app for Windows 11
Microsoft thinks Windows 11 is so easy to use you won’t need its Tips app anymore. The tech giant’s added it to a list of features that will be deprecated.
While Microsoft will continue to update the app with new content for as long as it’s preloaded in Windows, Tips is likely to vanish entirely with the next major update (expected in the summer).
1) Which tech term was originally coined by John McCarthy in 1956?
2) In websites, what is ‘CSS’ an abbreviation for?
3) What’s Phantom Vibration Syndrome?
4) What two categories can AI be classified into?
5) What’s the name for the measurement and statistical analysis of people’s unique physical and behavioral characteristics?
The answers are below.
Let Copilot organize your tabs for you
Is there no end to Copilot’s ability to keep you more organized and productive? Apparently not.
Now, you can ask your AI assistant to organize your tabs in Microsoft Edge. It will group together tabs that are similar and use colors and labels to help you tell the groups apart. Simply open Copilot and ask it to “organize my tabs”
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