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Basic Tech Skills to have for Field Inspection Audits

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With the amount of new and innovative technology we have in today’s society, you will be hard-pressed to find a job that doesn’t utilize any sort of tech. Every industry will use some kind of technology to help them become more efficient and make the jobs of their employees just a little bit easier. Take a look at some of the basic tech skills you should know to perform field inspection audits.

Syncing and Backing up data

A lot of us still rely heavily on our phones and computers to keep all of our important documents and photographs safe. However, if a disaster does occur, we don’t have a backup of our files meaning they will be lost forever if our devices ever crash. Knowing how to backup your data is the easiest skill to learn and it will help you save a lot of time and stress knowing you can restore your important files.

Using a trusted anti-virus software and making sure it’s up to date

Knowing how to use and update your anti-virus software is crucial because it will keep your computer and your systems safe. Computers can easily be infected with viruses even if we are super careful about the sites we visit or the links we click. Like backing up your date, having a reliable anti-virus software will give you the peace of mind that you won’t be attacked by any viruses that are swimming on the world wide web!

How to use Google Search for Job related Technical Terms

This may seem like an obvious skill to have, but not a lot of people know how to properly search for the answers they are looking for. You need to utilize their custom search filters properly to find your answers with more ease.

Microsoft Excel Spread Sheets to Digital Data Punching

Spreadsheets are a great way to store and organize important information about your company. However, if you don’t know how to navigate Microsoft Excel or use some of their basic shortcuts, you may end up spending more time trying to find important information. Microsoft has a few tutorial videos about Excel on their website if you are looking for a crash course for the program.

Tablet and Mobile KeyPads

Reading Software dashboard Database

If your company uses a lot of different programs, you need to know how to effectively navigate them all at the same time to ensure your work gets done on time. This means keeping up with your emails, finding important info either on your company’s database or online, getting all your projects for the day in order, and completing them on time without missing a step. Multitasking can be difficult to handle at times, but once you find your rhythm, you work day will go smoother!

If you are looking for a easy to use work order management software, look no further, Field Eagle is easy to use and one of the best preventive maintenance and asset management software for small and medium size companies. Contact us to know more or schedule a demo with one of our solutions expert. 

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