Just 3 Employees – How Much Technology Do I Actually Need?
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As a small business with three or four employees, choosing technology for your office is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, your operational budget is likely to be one of the most important considerations, meaning you can’t spend more than you need on software and devices. But because you have so few employees, technology is essential for meeting operational needs. You thus can’t afford to forego devices or programs that will help you do business. The following guide will help you balance these competing constraints, purchasing exactly what you need to build and maintain a productive company.
Taking Care of Basic Technology
While individual needs vary from office to office, virtually every business needs certain basic technologies to function, including:
No matter what your company does, these technologies are essential. Only once you’ve secured them can you move on to:
Your tech budget is best spent on resources that save you money or time in other areas. Depending on your specific business needs, this may include:
Running a small business comes with several costs including the technology you need to function each day. By choosing the best options for your business, you can meet all your business needs while still managing your budget.