What is a business without security? Retail outlets will secure their business with alarms. Catering companies will secure their stock through thorough management of produce. Websites and online platforms will secure their systems with firewalls and passwords.
Imagine if these things didn’t exist? How would you safeguard your website? How would you stop competitors from changing your product descriptions online or hacking your systems?
In the wake of 2018, there should be no excuse for any device or product to be lagging in the ‘operation’ department. Yet, many businesses still put up with dodgy, intermittent internet connections and slow capabilities.
Let us give you a little analogy: your trip to Starbucks for your morning latte means a ten-minute slot to attempt to connect to the WIFI. Let’s face it, the WIFI in most coffee shops is always rubbish. You’ll put your details in and it will probably open ten different windows and ask for various pieces of personal information before your little WIFI bars appear connected. Even after getting through that minefield, you’re often left with a disappointing connection. It can get a bit annoying, can’t it?
So, if you wouldn’t put up with such bad, long winded connections in a café, why would you accept a poor connection in your office?
In this post we will talk to you about why you shouldn’t get caught up about not knowing the complex or confusing ‘techy’ language that took 2017 by storm. Trying to keep up with the urban dictionary can be hard enough without adding all these technological words that are becoming so present in our everyday life.
If you’ve ever come across a piece of technology, then you’ll know that in its manual there are probably a load of words you’ve never heard of before. Although, the beauty of not knowing something in todays’ society means we don’t have to worry because we have our trusted friend Google who will do all the work for us.
Not knowing a word is a simple as Googling it. However, what happens when you don’t know what the meaning, means? That’s when things get a little tricky.