We love cloud computing (not just accounting) and the rise of SaaS means that you can build solutions for your business as the need arises.
Selecting applications can be a never-ending task, ask your friends in business what they use and you will likely get a myriad of recommendations, all coming with free trial periods. It can be tempting to try out all of them. Here are our tips to get on with the job and get the most out of your apps
‘The Cloud’ is what we call software and data that lives on the servers external to your computer. These servers are generally in large dedicated warehouses around the world and you generally access the data by logging in over the internet.
As the saying goes ‘If you’re the smartest person in the room, you’re in the wrong room”. So with this in mind we’ve been out-n-about the last month at various business events, learning from others.
So what have we gleaned from others this past month?
If we don’t actively encourage true problem solving and endless opportunities to try and fail until they succeed so they learn how each feels and to get up and try again our children will have a hard time as adults in the future job market.
We often are faced with problems to solve in business but struggle to generate multiple solutions. Often, we miss the solutions that are in plain sight as we can’t get past the traditional uses of products or ways of doing things – this is termed “functional fixedness”
No one can dispute that Uber has thrown the world’s taxi industry into disarray, however the process itself was not technically disruptive. By understanding the true meaning of the theory managers can make better decisions in regard to competitors entering the market.