Strategic and tactical business planning contributes to short and long-term success. Your technology plan should follow your business plan. But what if your goals become disrupted in the short term, and these events have long-term effects. Think 9/11, smartphones, or COVID-19 and consider if things will go back the way they were. This session will consider the impact of remote work, security risks, collaboration tools, VOIP, and other tools your team require. How do we manage our various applications and meet our business plan goals? Attend this session to consider how technology planning works in the new normal. Are you a CPA?? Are you a Financial Professional?? Earn CPE Credits for Today's Podcast. Check out https://cpe.cx/tep1/. Take a quick 5 question quiz and get your certificate today. Super Easy! Presented by Stephen M. Yoss, CPA, MS (https://yoss.io) Produced by Alicia Nichols Graphics By Flaticon.com and istock.com Music by Bensound.com Education and Compliance By K2 Enterprises (https://k2e.com) Copyright. All product names, logos, and brands are the property of their respective owners. All company, product, and service names used in this website are for identification purposes only. The use of these names, logos, and brands does not imply endorsement. Educational Use Only. The information presented in this presentation is for educational use only. The presenter will make specific recommendations, but the participant is highly recommended to do their own due diligence before making any investment decision.
- Select remote and stay at home technologies from a list
- List critical security approaches for managing remote and stay at home teams
- Differentiate between essential options to meet your needs
- Identify opportunities to improve your technology plan