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In the world today, technology is all around us and since it’s constantly advancing, what you know right now, may not be identical tomorrow. This means it’s very important to expect change and be prepared to embrace it. Accepting technology, whether you plan to use it or not, provides you with an edge. However, not understanding technology makes it very easy to get behind, especially in the business world.

If you don’t think of yourself as a very “tech-savvy” person, don’t be afraid. Thankfully, continuous growth means it’s only getting easier to discover new developments and to keep your understanding of them up-to-date.


If you’re not positive, ask your company’s technologist for an idea. If anybody knows what devices are best prepared for your work environment, it’s them. It is also safe to presume they have a fine understanding of which devices they recommend, making it easier for them to help you in learning how to operate it.

It’s also suggested that you question your office to discover which devices your co-workers prefer. It’s possible that not everyone uses the same product. The more that you ask, the more you’ll learn.

Do your research: The beauty of technology is that almost everything you need to know is at your finger tips, through the internet. There are numerous diverse platforms which are regularly updated with the newest trends and reviews and even supply an area for you to ask questions of your own. One of the most excellent ways to figure out if something is worth purchasing is by figuring out what people’s thoughts on social media.

Is there a product in your mind? Lots of companies advertise their approaching products prior to their release date on their website. Even better, most offer a side-by-side comparison of how the features are different from old and new models, making your research even easier.

Do you have questions? No matter if you’re online shopping or in an actual store, many companies from which you purchase these products have employees that are qualified to answer your questions and can help you use these devices to your best advantage. If you let them know the features that are precious to you, it will let them be of assistance where they will narrow down the search for what best fits your needs.

Test new devices: While browsing in a store, make sure you ask questions and test new devices that are available. We recommend you ask what the differences between products are, and what makes one “better” than the other. The more knowledge you have beforehand, the more likely a sales associate will be to help you find exactly what you’re looking for.

In numerous ways technology means competence, and to be efficient you need to stay caught up. With technology, change means progress which is the reason new or updated products are developed more often. If you seriously want to get ahead, its vital to have an understanding of what is available to you in the future, and what you’re willing to try out.


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About the Author: Lalanii Wilson-Jones, MBA is a dynamic business leader based in Dallas, Texas who owns & operates multiple companies across several industries. Her range of talents and experience makes her an ideal candidate for strong economic partnerships all over the world, a great mentor and a great source of information that can change the mechanics of any sized company.

About the Firm: At Mogul247, we wish for our clients to be well-informed before partnering or partaking in any of our firm’s services. We hope your experience will be better once you know who we are, have more realistic ideals and goals about working with us, as well as understand what we are focused on doing for you and our community. If there are any other questions or concerns you may be having, please contact her assistant Jacqueline at (972) 707-0294


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