Rhonda Abrams Special to USA TODAY Published 5:00 AM EDT Oct 29, 2018 Today, every business is a technology business. Whether you have a one-person consulting company or a 500-person manufacturing firm, every business must use technology and use it well. But managing tech can be overwhelming to a small business owner — you’ve got other work to do. So concentrate on the most important ways to spend your time with tech. Here are eight things you need to know when it comes to small business technology: 1. Put it in the owner’s name Here’s one thing you’re almost certainly doing wrong: You probably have other employees listed as owner or administrator of your technology. Stop that! Now! Employees come and go. Even long-time, trusted employees come and go, and certainly the tech contractor will go. When they go, they may control your technology or even take it hostage. Sure, you can get your Office 365 account back from Microsoft, but it can take days. Make sure you are listed as the owner/administrator of your website, accounting system, document storage, email system, contact manager, social media accounts, email newsletter and any other key business technology. 2. Learn how to use it Yes, you’re the business owner…. Read full this story
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