Tech the Tool

Posted by: Mia Wilson and James Bushong on April 26, 2019
Tech the Tool

It can be all too easy to forget that technology is meant to be utilized as a tool to help us—on some days, dealing with it feels more like taming a beast than swinging a hammer. We live in an age during which the ability (or lack thereof) to use technology effectively can make or break a business but developing this aspect of a company is a daunting task. The turnover rate is so high that sometimes once you finally get to using what was once the latest, greatest tech to the fullest it has already become antiquated and inefficient compared to new methods. That’s why it is so helpful to have a team like the one at RFX behind you—one whose sole focus is technology and making it work for businesses of all sizes. Sharing that vast knowledge base is exactly what Tech the Tool is all about.

Our goal here at RFX is to aid you and your enterprise in navigating the ever-changing world of technology. Tech the Tool is an important step toward achieving this goal. We want to help you fully utilize the tool that technology is meant to be. Whether you’re an executive looking to implement and understand it to help your business grow, an IT director seeking out a second set of eyes or guidance in overcoming roadblocks, an end user trying to navigate tech in the day to day of business operations, or anywhere in between, Tech the Tool can provide you with the expertise you need to boost your productivity and efficiency.

Over the past year, Tech the Tool has taken time to focus on helping people lead more secure lives when it comes to technology. These workshops led by Phil Naseman have been presented with a focus on IT directors, executives and end users. Often attendees have left with infographics summarizing the concepts covered that can be taken back and shared with both executives and fellow co-workers. Some of the topics covered over the past year include:

Even if you have picked a password protected network verified by your coffee shop or hotel, you still shouldn’t expose yourself to unnecessary risks when using public Wi-Fi. Only visit HTTPS webpages and be sure not to visit any sites that store sensitive information. Doing things like online banking should wait until you are in the security of your own private internet connection, so get the coffee to go if you’ll be logging in to important accounts.

Coming up, our next workshop is all about cloud technology! Join us to learn more about what the cloud can do for you and your business. We’ll go over things like cloud security, hybrid cloud architecture, and more! Everyone has something to learn from this educational workbench. Click here to learn more and register!

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