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6 Tech Resolutions for CEOs in 2016 - Jovago

2016 is a few days away and many are recounting how 2015 went while planning to make 2016 a fantastic one. Tech geeks and other savvy individuals are not exempted from this routine., Africa's No 1 hotel booking portal offers some resolutions you can make for 2016.

Remove Old Apps from your Phone
Android compatible phones have countless applications for download. You may be tempted to download these apps which can only take up much-needed space on your phone. As a resolution, delete the irrelevant ones or upgrade your apps to the latest version.

Back Up your Files Properly
Previously, you could only rely on external devices like the Universal Serial Board flash drive or external hard disk. Now, you can back up your files using cloud-based storage like Google drive or a network attached storage. On these platforms, you can save anything online and recover them anywhere and anytime. It is important to take these precautions to prevent the loss of important data which may cost you something significant.
Use Different Passwords for your Accounts
The habit of using similar passwords for your accounts is risky. It makes your account vulnerable to hacking and malware. Although, it is easier to remember, it is not advisable as you can lose essential files, data and even money. You can simply write your passwords in a note pad.
Aim for Zero Inbox
If email is your regular mode of communication, there is the tendency to have a handful of unread emails. They may not be important emails but make it a part of you to either delete unread messages or mark them as read.

Cut Down Expenses on Mobile Data 
The amount spent on mobile data is on the high side. With the rise of social media and the need to be online always, many people spend so much on data subscriptions. You can search for a network provider that will offer the most affordable data subscription.


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