Key data points on mobile technology from the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project (As of Jan '14: 90% of American adults have a cell phone 58% have a smartphone 32% own an e-reader 42% own a tablet
BusinessNewsDaily How to Choose the Right Technology for Your Small Business BusinessNewsDaily Nonetheless, investing in tech remains a top priority for small business owners in 2014, the survey revealed.
Imagine this. You’re a small business owner and you’re told you could save nine weeks a year just by using a mobile device to access your business info from outside the office. What do you do? The ab...
This is a guest contribution from online journalist and entrepreneur Megan Ritter. Every year, tech companies continue to roll ... (Business Led by Technology: How Mobile Commerce is Dominating Total eCommerc...
A recent report conducted by AT&T and the Small Business & Entrepreneurship (SBE) Council, a nonprofit group that promotes entrepreneurship and small business, small business owners have nett… (Mobile Technology is Reshaping Small Business
Google says it plans to demote Web sites in mobile search results if they don't work properly on mobile devices. That's a powerful incentive. (How is your mobile presence changing the way you do business?
Dan Levy, director of small business at Facebook, talks about the social network’s relationship with small business and how it is mutually beneficial (#facebook's Mobile Link for Small Businesses http://t.co/61Il0g4nCq)...
Smartphones and mobile applications have seen more growth, faster than any other technology in our lifetime, and have gone from a "nice to have" to "must have" technology for any forward thinking business.
Improving Communication for Your Business Through Technology Huffington Post When you outline the biggest challenges facing your business today, having the right technology for communications is probably not the top item on your list.
To stay connected to colleagues and clients, try these tools--they're easier to use than the apps already on your phone. Think about your work communications. Managing your email is probably a huge time suck.
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