There is no doubt about it; the worlds of business and commerce have changed beyond almost all recognition since the turn of the century. Some businesses have yet to fully embrace the technological revolution, particularly smaller ventures who despite recognising the importance of innovation are failing to act due to the cost of implementation and a fundamental lack of knowledge. (more…)
Though many people once thought technology would cut down on the length of the workweek, anyone trying to grow a company today knows just the opposite has happened: In the present economic climate, you have to use high-tech resources to stay plugged in well past “regular business hours.” That’s just a starting point, too. To get ahead of the pack, you have to leverage those resources wherever they are—like in your car, for instance. That’s because technology might not shorten your working hours, but it can certainly help you get more out of them, and that’s even when you’re on the road.
Here are five cutting-edge automotive features that prove the point: (more…)
Technology is advancing fast. You could argue the future envisioned in sci-fi movies and books is already here. Talking cars with in-dash navigation systems, face-to-face chats with friends half way around the world, kitchen appliances with touch-screens connected to the internet — tomorrow’s technology is here now, replacing things we take for granted.
These apps might soon replace personal assistants. They respond to your every command, have a virtual Rolodex of places, names, and facts at their fingertips, and manage all your daily tasks.
Computer viruses can wreak havoc on your own personal computer but when those bugs compromise the way you conduct your business with your work computers and laptops it can cause even more problems. Today I’m going to tell you what three types of viruses can make the biggest negative impact on your business and spawn plenty of issues from infection and what you can do to fix the problems.