Some may view Slack as a simple communication tool to keep in touch with co-workers, and while that is true, Slack is so much more than that. Small to medium-sized businesses love Slack because it takes away the pain points of waiting around for internal emails and keeping all the right people in the loop. It also helps keep office communication organized and efficient; in addition to real-time messaging, team members can easily share files and make audio or video calls, too.
Running my previous company in San Francisco in 2013, I wrongly assumed that IT was an outdated and unnecessary concept for a modern company. We use Apple computers! We’re all tech-savvy! Nothing breaks! The cloud! I could go on. Once we got to about 30 employees the responsibilities started to pile up:
Nothing is certain but death and taxes...and digital transformations?
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You have yet to nail down your password management processes and now you have a potentially passive-aggressive ex-employee. What happens now?
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