Among small businesses in the new year, many leaders are likely looking to make changes to their current processes.
In the past few years, cloud computing has advanced rapidly from a fringe benefit few networks could support to a major, business-changing prospect for any company.
Electronic health records have been increasingly important in the health care world in recent years, thanks to their strong ability to streamline the needs of many doctors and workers in the field.
As businesses have fully returned from the holidays and are striving to make 2014 a banner year for their services, many of them are looking at technology as a way forward for their efforts.
Many small business leaders have likely put new resolutions for improving themselves and their businesses in 2014, and security measures can play a big role in these means.
Much has been said in the past about the power and potential of 3D printers, but the technology itself continues to evolve and deliver new experiences over time.
Though the new year is still young, companies around the country continue to focus on improving their abilities strongly in the near future, with many surveys backing up these findings.
The latest information regarding the Restaurant Performance Index for the month of December saw positive results for the tenth consecutive month, and while there was a slight decline in its figures, that was mostly due to factors outside of owners’ control.
As businesses everywhere continue to see more and more of an on-the-go aspect of business, where no matter their location they find that they may need to print or develop something from a mobile device, office technology is working to meet these needs more seamlessly than ever.
According to the latest Restaurant Performance Index, released by the National Restaurant Association, November saw the restaurant industry continue to rebound from a mediocre summer and hit its highest levels since June.