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As an entrepreneur, you wear many hats: CEO. Vice President of Sales. Marketing Director. Caterer. Custodian. There often isn’t enough time in the day to complete everything that needs to get done.
For the roles and responsibilities that go along with each hat, you need to allocate time, for which there are always opportunity costs. Entrepreneurs must be as productive as possible using the tools and resources they can source online, buy from local retailers or barter for with fellow small business owners.
Cyber attacks usually make headlines when they impact large businesses or government, just because of the sheer scale of such breaches. Rarely do you hear about the small business that went under because opportunistic hackers breached their data, but it does happen; and too often, these businesses do not have the technical or financial resources to fight back.
It doesn’t have to be app launch day for Internet latency to affect your business negatively. On a standard day, poor bandwidth throughput disrupts your whole team’s performance, ultimately impacting the bottom line. Productivity for employees working in graphic design, application development, sales and project management, in particular, can come to a standstill. An article about fast, reliable internet access for startups and small businesses.
In this era of fierce competition among cloud and Software as a Service (SaaS) providers, and digital consulting firms, the decision to pursue public or private sector RFPs is one which you shouldn’t take lightly.
– AI is not only helping enterprises empower customers, it’s making the omni-channel experience, personalization and self-service competitive imperatives
– Only about 7 percent of Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) surveyed found their digital transformation initiatives were exceeding their expectations
– AI can help companies to get better insights from a multitude of applications, and enable their employees to better serve customers, and understand their buying behaviors
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A whitepaper on how customer experiences are improved as companies move their business processes to digital channels like the cloud, VoIP the internet, their intranet and Software as a Service.
The financial services industry is highly regulated, and businesses within this sector need to meet strict compliance requirements—managing unstructured content like contracts, bank statements, insurance policy documents, and investment certificates.
The gaming industry can be a dog-eat-dog world.
With a market estimated at $23.5 billion in the U.S. alone, video-game studios are perpetually locked in a cutthroat battle to produce the next big thing — the best graphics, the best storytelling, the best soundtracks.
Let’s say your business has reached a growth phase, or requires a skillset or extra set of hands, feet and brains beyond that of the founding partners. Let’s also say you’ve got limited finances at the moment to bring on that extra help. What should you do?
You could hire a fulltime employee, and cross your fingers the demand for your products or services continues to grow to a stage where you can sustain their salary and related expenses. Or, you could hire a freelancer or contractor, and ho...
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Cloud service providers are facing increased demand for convenient and user-friendly access to their services. The ability to support multiple access and authentication protocols for single sign-on (SSO) has become an important competitive advantage.
These protocols include:
● Web security protocols like SAML, OpenID and OAuth.
● National digital identity systems.
● Social media credentials like Twitter, Google or Facebook.
● Two-factor or multi-factor authentication t...
Several years ago, lululemon decided to offer more digital services and push out new applications and features faster. However, the company had a limited ability to quickly develop new applications because of its collocated IT environment. “We didn’t have the ability to move as quickly as we needed to,” says Sam Keen, director of product architecture, who was recently hired to design and implement the environment for new products.
When an employee resigns or is terminated, it is a challenging time for management and former colleagues. On the employee’s last days, focus tends to be on enabling the ex-employee to leave with dignity, and to make arrangements to reassign their duties to their former colleagues.
Policies and procedures to “offboard” former employees are often not as well documented as for onboarding new hires. If an employee had access to a myriad of business applications, their credentials to some of them ...