There are a number of buzzwords that are always at the forefront of the tech industry. One is “big data,” which has been said so often and in so many different contexts that it may be difficult for small business owners to understand exactly what it means.
Businesses that want to expand their customer networks may consider new avenues of driving customer interest.
By now, businesses have likely heard plenty of information and news about cloud-based technology.
When businesses employ social media in their attempts at expanding marketing, they often run into issues.
When businesses are looking for a new feature that can improve their standards and expectations of a specific market, turning to VoIP and unified communications can be an effective strategy.
For years, businesses have struggled to find the best strategies involved in developing social media marketing approaches.
For years now, the VoIP market has slowly but surely carved out its niche in the telecommunications world.
According to The Economist, on April 8, Microsoft released the final security patches and fixes for Windows XP, the 13-year-old operating system that is still used by 28 percent of the world’s computers.
Social media marketing can be an inexpensive and effective way for almost any business to bolster its audience and interactivity, but many business leaders may not know how best to harness its abilities.
By now, many businesses have already made the leap over to VoIP technology, and more are quickly joining the party.