This year has been another big one for technology. Whether it was Snapchat reportedly turning down a $3 billion acquisition offer or Steve Ballmer announcing his retirement as CEO of Microsoft, technology has made big headlines.
In our last blog post we looked at the top technology stories of 2013. As we saw, technology was all over the news last year, and we expect more of the same in 2014. Here are four trends we expect to see:
Learning to program is an essential skill these days. Some places are starting to teach it as early as the first grade. It is never too late to learn, though. There are plenty of courses available online for free thanks to MOOCs (Massive Online Online Courses), such as Coursera and edX. These classes provide a great starting point on learning ho...
Microsoft Azure is a constantly evolving platform for a collection of services: analytics, computing, databases, networking, storage. Azure offers a cost-effective solution for quick processing and enhanced security.
In a matter of few years, many options for pre-built software have emerged in the market to address growing business needs. Although they come at an affordable cost, pre-packaged solutions come with their own issues – a function may be missing, or too many options may make the system daunting to use. Companies who are looking to provide the best...
The implementation of a CRM system in your business can greatly improve customer relationships, provide valuable insights, and enhance marketing and sales efforts. To optimize your investment, consider these questions:
As the push for new and innovative technologies continues to grow, operating on legacy software becomes increasingly risky. Outdated technology may bring security risks and the loss of any competitive edges. The idea of newer, faster and more useful software is not only attractive – it is sometimes necessary.