Sasha Talks Tech
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When you are busy setting up a new business, you will probably have a long list of all the things you need to get. Things like office space, an accountant, and a dedicated team of employees. But have you also given the tech side of your new business enough thought? There are many programs and software that will make a startup entrepreneurs life a whole lot easier. That’s because they make the day to day running of a business more convenient and practical. Not sure which ones are worth investing in? Here are some of the best.
Do you remember back in the day when you had to carry around CD-ROMs, floppy disks, and USB sticks because all your data was stored in different files? If you can relate to that, you will understand just how much of a godsend DropBox is. This awesome program should have been around back then because it would have effectively solved that problem! It basically links up all your devices so that you can conveniently send files and date between each. You can also invite your colleagues to your DropBox account so that they can also access your important data.
Do you want to know more about the kind of traffic that your website or blog is attracting? If you do, you should sign up to Google Adwords. This program collects all the data related to your site’s traffic, and it can also help you to efficiently analyze it. For instance, it can show you the different demographics that visit your site. Not only that, though, but Google Adwords can also show you the different countries where your traffic is coming from. Worried you won’t be able to understand all these stats? The program shows them in easy to understand pie charts and graphs so even the least tech savvy person will be able to understand.
Microsoft Azure is one of the best cloud programs out there at the minute. Using Azure will give you the chance to work in a single-server environment. So there won’t be any more need for office-based servers and having to back up all of your important and sensitive information! Another advantage of using Azure for your cloud program is that there are plenty of companies out there who specialize in Microsoft Azure services, and who will be able to help you out with the initial setup.
Are you looking to start a company newsletter? If so, then you need to start using all of the services offered by MailChimp. This tool is incredibly useful as it has numerous newsletter templates that you can use for free. And that’s not all! MailChimp will also store your list of newsletter subscriber`s for you. It is a very simple program to use so even those users who aren’t that good with tech will be able to create beautiful newsletters in a matter of minutes.
So don’t get left behind in the startup industry. Using all of these software and programs will help push your small company forward!
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