With over 740 million global users, LinkedIn has changed the way business professionals connect and interact with each other around the world. Increasing your following on this platform can lead to a greater reach and more business leads. Below, you will find actionable items that we took to increase our followers by 12,500 in just 9 months.
Everyone has heard someone complain about not liking their job. And I think it’s safe to say that the place your friend is constantly talking down on wouldn’t be a place that you’d apply. Likewise, if you have a friend who often shares about how much they love their job, it will likely pique your interest. The latter is what it looks like to be a brand advocate.
It’s important for small businesses to use the best tools for the job. Many remote collaboration tools are available, and In Time Tec is fond of Microsoft Suite, Zoom, Teamwork, and Atlassian software. Here’s how we use these tools to enable collaboration, increase productivity, and create more abundance.
In Time Tec, a global software company headquartered in Meridian, ID, recently released TouchFree MFP, an application that allows users to remotely control compatible HP printers and multifunction devices through their phone.
Recently, Fisher's Technology wrote an article about our Cartos Suite product, a new and proven managed print application. The article shares a recent customer success story that explores the difference that using Cartos Suite has made for them. Check out the article here.
During my time in the MPS world, I have discovered several best practices and gained insights from many MPS dealers. I’ve met with many sales teams and had the privilege of going onsite with some wonderful consultants all over the world. I would love to share some of the best practices I have surmised from this diverse group of experts, in hopes it could help others in the future.
The term “DevOps” has been around for well over a decade, but there’s still quite a lot of misunderstanding about what DevOps is exactly, who can implement it, and how. In simple terms, DevOps is a methodology that merges two different disciplines: development and operations. In a traditional system, software development is begun by developers and then handed off when deployed to operators – often a company’s IT team. This separation of processes can cause miscommunication, bottlenecks, and unforeseen issues that cost money and delay software release.
As companies grow, there are demands for features getting to the market faster and pain points generally emerge when this happens. Developers often break each other's code when the changes conflict and code also gets complex, so the process of getting it out to production takes time. DevOps allows companies to do more, do it better, and do it faster.
DevOps allows companies to rapidly develop and deliver high-quality applications to end-users. Currently, there are no DevOps training programs in universities or code camps. To be a DevOps engineer, someone has to take interest in it and learn it themselves.