An Introduction of Technology to Use in Business

When people hear the word “technology” they automatically see or think about computers, robots, code, cellphones, and anything else that’s digital. Though these are part of technology, they are more of a sub-system of technology. We say this because the real definition of technology is “the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes”, like Apica Systems. In this article we will be discussing the different ways in which technology can be used and are being used in business.

Technology to Use in Business

As mentioned in the intro, if technology is the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes, then we can use such knowledge in business to grow our clientele, make more money, and become a household name; all which are practical purposes of business. So how then do we use technology for these purposes?

  • For productivity
  • For your finances
  • For marketing
  • To collaborate and learn
  • For your customer service
  • For remote and mobile work

If you sit down and think about it, technology is used in everything, no matter what. In every business, in every aspect of society. The way to use it in your business for productivity can be something as simple as setting reminders and scheduling meetings, or something more advanced like a website that automates and creates triggers when certain activities happen. You’re already using technology for your finances if you have a bank account, deposit, and withdraw money from it, though there are more advanced technological advances in finance for your business.

You can use technology in order to pre-schedule your marketing and keep track of website and internet analytics such as how many visitors go to your page every day. Nowadays, because most people are online and on social media, technology is allowing businesses an easier way to find customers. You can also use technology with screen sharing website or online meeting apps in order to meet and collaborate with your team faster and without having to travel anywhere. Finally, technology can be and has been used more and more to work on projects remotely. With cloud access on websites and apps like google drive, teams are able to access certain documents, presentations, or spreadsheets to work on wherever and whenever they want. The team is able to chat inside of the platform as well and can be updated whenever someone makes a change to the documents.

In conclusion, in this article we discussed a few of the methods that apply to using technology in business. There are six different areas in every business or person’s life where technology is used which include productivity, financial matters, marketing, collaboration, customer service, and remote or mobile work. For customer service, the easiest technology you can implement is having a chat box on your website so that you or a team member can answer customer’s questions live, and right away.…

When Web Hosting Fails to Satisfy

When a person tries to reach another network on the internet, there is a series of checks and balance that needs to be met, and a series of protocols for each link along the chain for the user to reach their destination. In other words, much like a care attempting to reach another part of a big city he needs to drive-thru different neighborhoods that have different rules and regulations, city ordinances, and laws; if one part of the city is shut down or local authority doesn’t allow certain kinds of traffic to pass thru- say only the Presidential entourage is allowed-then then the regular Joe Some going to work will be delayed from getting there.

Satisfaction Guaranteed?

Sometimes the Domain Name Server that our web host uses lacks the resiliency or protocol and transparency to all the up chain and down chain infrastructure to allow a fault-tolerant passageway for heavy traffic. The traffic thru different information ones rely upon the host have the correct authorizations in its network of domains it works with. A cloud-based Domain Name Server (DNS) gives a DNS system the redundancy and fault-tolerance it needs so keep a server from being cut off from routing traffic that runs thru its infrastructure. It is known that an enterprise has often a lack of redundancy in its system thereby its infrastructure shuts down when its servers have a log jam because the information from the different zones which it handles fail to share information it needs to keep internet traffic flowing across different networks.

In the Safe Zone

A cloud base DNS keeps necessary zone information flowing thru all participation networks, so there is never a lack of synchronization between one or several networks seeking to cross from one network to another. It is similar to a person traveling from one country to another with a passport (having distributed network access) or not having a passport (failing to have a distributed network access). More enterprises are using a cloud based dns service to avoid these unnecessary failures in access across networks and to keep their traffic flowing by building in resiliency in the network.

Hello, How are you!

The worse thing that can happen when a line of communication is opened up is there is no reply to know that the communication can come thru. It is the same with a DNS server. If a person an XYZ.com sends message to ABC.com, but the DNS server cannot easily translate the message into the proper protocols expected across the two internet zones, then intercommunication cannot take place between the two networks. This is due to shared information that needs to be communicated thru the DNS server. By having the DNX server in the cloud all necessary communication is shared across all networks and not just to one DNS server; this is called a decentralized system. Thanks to the cloud this lack or resiliency and or redundancy are avoided and communication can continue to flow across and thru all networks associated with the cloud infrastructure.…