Common Tech Mistakes New Business Owners Make

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13 thoughts on “Common Tech Mistakes New Business Owners Make”

  1. These tips are very helpful. I’m not technologically savvy, but I do have a brother who is my go-to person when I have tech needs. He’s actually told me all these things or something along these lines.

  2. Very helpful tips. NEVER buy cheap technology. I find that you get what you pay for in a number of areas and technology is one of them.

  3. I didn’t have a proper cloud data storage system and my backup drives failed early this year- it was a mess. These are all great tips for any business owner with tech!

  4. Planning a head is something I know a few business owners have messed up while dealing with their new businesses. These are all so true!

  5. I am just starting a new venture into a small business, when I’m in the greatest fears is security and that is something I want to make sure we have strong security on our stuff.

  6. You are spot on with every point. I’ve experienced each and every one of these. It’s so hard to wear the many hats we have to when we start our own business. Thanks so much for this post!

  7. Great post! I’m all about NOT buying cheap. It never pays off in the end. The key word is investment, like you said.

  8. It is true that going for better will help you in the long run. This is especially true for security.

  9. Technology is not something that I will ever skip money!! It is so hard to know sometimes though the best decision to make as a business owner!

  10. These are great tips! My hubby works in tech, and he totally agreed with everything you said!

  11. Now I know why my business has failed, I don’t either have a plan. It’s really hard to be failed and now, I’m trying to get new things done.

  12. To thrive as a business in the 21st century, we need to have our digital game face on. We must either hire the right experts to help us or get educated to handle the technical stuff ourselves.

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