Real Estate: Kentucky Technology & Data Security
29.00
Online
Mandatory
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As a real estate professional, it’s likely that you have a close relationship with the technology you utilize on a day-to-day basis. However, you may not always take the extra steps to protect these technological investments. Using technology properly and safely is essential to being successful in the real estate industry, particularly in a collaborative work environment. You should educate every member of your team on the potential dangers of technology, for one weak link in your chain can endanger the entire network. The point of this real estate course is to open your eyes to how vulnerable you can be when using technology in your real estate business, and to teach you how to use it safely and effectively. This real estate course will cover a number of topics, including viruses and malware, legal aspects of technology use, general tech etiquette, and safety tips. We’ll also cover the issues involved in converting your real estate practice from predominantly paper to a paperless transaction practice.

Kentucky Technology & Data Security

29.00
As a real estate professional, it’s likely that you have a close relationship with the technology you utilize on a day-to-day basis. However, you may not always take the extra steps to protect these technological investments. Using technology properly and safely is essential to being successful in the real estate industry, particularly in a collaborative work environment. You should educate every member of your team on the potential dangers of technology, for one weak link in your chain can endanger the entire network. The point of this real estate course is to open your eyes to how vulnerable you can be when using technology in your real estate business, and to teach you how to use it safely and effectively. This real estate course will cover a number of topics, including viruses and malware, legal aspects of technology use, general tech etiquette, and safety tips. We’ll also cover the issues involved in converting your real estate practice from predominantly paper to a paperless transaction practice.