Everyone reading this will have an answer to that question. Some will have a list longer than your arm, some will be against it, or at least certain aspects of it.
The thing is: both perspectives are correct. Technology is good for one thing: making our lives easier. If it fails to do that then the reason it exists has disappeared.
You might have a long list of how technology helps your life easier, or you may have a list of how it makes it more difficult. The difference is mostly connected with how you use the technology, not the tool itself.
Is it an invasion of privacy? Find out how to change your settings to limit the distribution of your information? Do ‘they’ know too much about you? Don’t sign in to new offers with your existing social media login, and don’t put links from one to the other.
Do you struggle to keep up with all of the information sources? Trim your list, or use a tool that brings them all into the one place that you can more easily manage.
Are you too busy at work? Does it feel like you need to ‘clone’ yourself? Maybe the right technology and a refreshed strategy will help reduce your workload? What might you be able to automate?