Security-conscious business leaders have often avoided cloud computing because they dislike being responsible for data that they don’t directly control.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to grow massively in 2017. Analyst firm Forrester predicts investment in AI to treble in 2017 alone.
Businesses operate on efficiency, communication and effective delivery. To achieve those things in 2017, it’s important that small businesses take advantage of the technologies that’s right at our fingertips.
Not so long ago, it was a fair assumption that what we did in the privacy of our own homes remained in the privacy of our own homes.
Trying to keep up with all the video formats that are out there and the various ranges that your devices are compatible with can be difficult, to say the least.
Advances in technology have always had a big impact on business, with the most obvious example being the Industrial Revolution marking the dawn of a new era.
The internet has revolutionised the way we do business and marketing – there’s no disputing that. These days, however, there’s a new kid on the block that is also driving businesses forward and it goes by the name of mobile technology.
Regardless of the type of business you run you are no doubt worried about cash flow. This is understandable given the fact money is tight for many companies, and has been since the crisis first struck in 2008.