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    Technology has over time become an indispensable asset in the business realm. As a result, online marketing has become far more popular than traditional commercial ads. Every business aspect is undergoing a technological revolution. Though it takes efforts and resources to keep up with the exponential technology and science advances, that’s what is separating the stagnant ventures from rapidly growing businesses. Entrepreneurs must relearn how advanced technology is impacting servicing, advertising, and marketing strategies to transform their enterprises into technology-managed product and service developers. Here are the top technologies that every business should have.

    A Website

    As the use of mobile devices continues to rise, it has become crucial for companies to build websites that can adapt to any resolution or screen size. Responsive web development refers to designing web pages that users can view comfortably and uniquely on any device with any resolution or screen size. The hyperlinks and text on a web page should adapt to any device being used to view the site. It changes essential elements of the design and prioritizes and simplifies content on the web pages to make them viewable on any device. Websites that require users to zoom or scroll right or left to navigate content can turn users off. Investing in simple web development technologies can amplify the growth rate of a company as browsing is now more common on tablets and smartphones than computers.

     

    VoIP Phone Systems

    Voice over Internet Protocol has over time become a potent communication means. It provides users with call forwarding and toll-free voice calling features. Users can have a list of several different numbers where people can reach them before the service provider suggests a voicemail. You can also integrate VoIP with other cloud-based services to monitor data usages as well as outgoing and incoming calls. Companies can also use their VoIP phone system as an automated help desk for projecting themselves as a technology-managed vendor instead of an obsolete service provider.

     

    E-mail Marketing

    Though social media marketing holds a place in digital marketing, nothing can outweigh a well-framed e-mail marketing campaign. A reliable email marketing campaign can help digital marketers get their point across to prospective clients and navigate through spam filters. Marketers can get access to extensive mailing lists from trade groups and brokers. Composing relevant and short e-mails is what makes the difference in email marketing. After all, subscribers don’t want marketers to fill their inboxes with irrelevant emails all the time. Giving the recipient a reason to open these emails and spacing out the delivery is paramount, though.

     

    Better Security Infrastructure

    Security is crucial for all companies regardless of their size. Security glitches can cost an enterprise millions of dollars in data breaches and system infiltration. Unfamiliar threats in the form of malware and viruses are arising every day with new and advanced technologies being used by hackers. As such, business owners have to invest in robust and reliable security software programs and network management analysts to prevent budget and data leaks, which can tarnish their reputation. Supermarkets and retail stores, for example, can invest in surveillance cameras that recognize threats and provide constant updates via smart image processing technology. Over time, technology has changed the way people run their enterprises. Tech trends will continue to emerge, and companies that will adapt to them will make huge profits. Apart from extensive security systems, the rest of the above tech solutions are inexpensive, and even small-scale businesses can afford them.

     

    Cloud-Based Services

    An enterprise can save a lot of money that would have been spent investing in IT infrastructure or setting up an IT department by outsourcing cloud-based technology. Cloud-based solutions are often less inexpensive and allow modern companies to function responsively, adaptively, and with openness. The cloud let remote workers work with efficiency through better access to resources and data. It also contributes to productivity and open and reliable communication across departments.

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