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Check Out These Online Brand Management Tips

When you run a business, one of the things you need to do is set up an online presence. The Internet has proven to be a lucrative way of generating revenue for organizations. For many years now, people have turned to the Internet to have an extra marketing and sales channel.. It’s one thing setting up a new website and some social media profiles. But it’s another knowing what people... ❯❯❯

5 Ways That Technology Has Changed the Way That Businesses Operate

Business as usual was quite different ten to twenty years ago – a time before high speed internet, cloud computing and faster graphics processing. In the old days, business leaders had visions of enterprises existing in skyscrapers that touched the sky, but these days, business leaders imagine a global company that is omnipresent and exists at the touch of your fingertips. This is the power... ❯❯❯

Keller Williams Moves Real Estate Agents to Google Apps for Business

It is certainly no secret that Google and Microsoft have been business rivals for many years now. And with good reason being that they both offer some pretty impressive products, especially as it relates to business. Therefore, it should be interesting to see how Microsoft Office 365 will respond to the recent news that Keller Williams Realty, a well-known real estate company in the United... ❯❯❯

What the Future of Connected Cars Looks Like

Do you remember the days when we were simply happy to have a car that came with a great sound system? Now that seems like an ancient feature of the past, thanks to what’s known as “connected cars”. If you’re not familiar with what that is, a connected car is simply a vehicle that has the capabilities to be “plugged in” to the internet and oftentimes a local... ❯❯❯

Socrative App Makes for An Interactive Classroom

Every teacher dreads those moments when they ask the class a question and not a single student raises their hand. Have you done a bad job of teaching the material? Are they uncertain, bored, or sleeping in their seats? In truth, the more likely answer is that they are simply too shy to raise their hands. The pressure to conform is a powerful motivating force that holds back even the smartest... ❯❯❯