To Do More, Learn to Do Less

To Do More, Learn to Do Less

The concept that you could realize huge success by doing less is fairly pervasive and awfully seductive. In fact, you’re seduced you into reading this article by using that concept in the title. We all want to believe there’s a magic trick that would allow us to achieve the things we want, while spending more time watching movies or going for long hikes with friends.

The Jexet Technology Times | March 2019

The Jexet Technology Times | March 2019

3 Ways To Make Your Customers Love You
1. Be available.
Today, when customers expect products to be available on-the-go, businesses must do the same. Set up reliable resources to update and manage customer experience, for example, by setting up an automatic callback system.

Skip The “HeatBuddy”

An Underperforming Heating Solution That Promises The World

The cold may be winding down, but you’re still likely fatigued by the high heating bills you were forced to shell out extra money for over the last three months.

The #1 Mistake Your Employees Are Making Today That Lets Cybercriminals Into Your Network

In the wake of unprecedented rates of digital crime, with the cost and frequency of data breaches constantly skyrocketing year after year, companies all over the world have been forced to scramble for solutions. There’s an arms race running behind the scenes of every piece of technology we use in business today, as cyber security companies shore up their clients’ defenses against increasingly sophisticated digital threats.

The Jexet Technology Times | February 2019

The Jexet Technology Times | February 2019

4 Reasons You Should Move Your Data To The Cloud TODAY
If you’re one of the skeptics holding out on incorporating cloud technology into your business, you’re in the minority. Today, a full 93% of businesses now use the cloud in their day-to-day operations, according to RightScale.

Watch Your Doors

When was the last time you looked at the doors to your business? It isn’t just about who comes in; it’s also about how.

Let me give an example. A new restaurant opened near my office. It’s been very successful, and I eat there regularly.