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China is developing a Hypersonic Jet that could take Space Travel to the next Level

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Through its state television CCTV, China announced that it is working on a hypersonic space plane that would hold a supersonic scramjet engine, through which the plane would lift up to almost 100km above sea level, as it i

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Educational Technology Guy: Two infographics with tips for becoming a Power Google User!

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The Best (And Worst) Times To Post On Social Media: Infographic

The Best (And Worst) Times To Post On Social Media: Infographic | AppOffice | Scoop.it

Different social media sites offer different virtues for your business. Here's how to optimize each one based on when you post.

But what savvy social media users know is that there's a science to getting it right--all it takes is some knowledge and forethought, and anyone can be well on their way to posting engaging content.

Thanks to this infographic from online payroll company SurePayroll’s blog, we know the best and worst times to post.

 


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Best and worst times to post on Social Media

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Social media needs to be customized to our business - use this as a guideline and then measure what happens to make the right decisons for you. 

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How can I move my files and programs to a new PC?

How can I move my files and programs to a new PC? | AppOffice | Scoop.it
Richard plans to replace his 2006-vintage desktop, and wants to know how to move his software and data I enjoyed your article about buying a Dell Vostro as a good, no-nonsense option, and I am thinking of doing that to replace an old Dell Dimension...

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Google Wants to Write Your Social Media Messages For You

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A new Google patent describes a comprehensive social media bot, one that can analyze your past messages from social networks, email, text messaging, etc., and then suggest suitable yet seemingly personalized responses for various social platforms.


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Molchester Ltd SEO's curator insight, November 29, 2013 10:28 AM

Is there anything Google doesn't want to do? 

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Would you really want a "robot" to write your social media post? Curious on your thoughts....

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Google+ Hangouts: 7 Tips to Boost Your Business's Communication (Free)

Google+ Hangouts: 7 Tips to Boost Your Business's Communication (Free) | AppOffice | Scoop.it

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Google+ Hangouts: 7 Tips to Boost Your Business's Communication

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"Small business owners are often reluctant to embrace new approaches to tried and proven ways of doing business, however the speed with which innovation is proceeding these days, can see those who adopt a wait and see approach being left far behind.

 

Business communications are one area where innovation is constant, and business owners need to be aware of the capabilities of new offerings, as well as being prepared to rapidly implement low cost and highly efficient means of improving the way in which any business communicates with its stakeholders.

 

This excellent article, introduces all of the tremendous benefits that Google + Hangouts can deliver to any business, and it provides seven tips on how a business can make the most of this free service  that does not require great technical expertise to deploy."

 

 

 

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Helpful tips to consider for your business...!

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70 Million People Used This Startup's Software ... - Business Insider

70 Million People Used This Startup's Software ... - Business Insider | AppOffice | Scoop.it
Unless you're plugged into the Danish startup scene, you've probably never heard of Issuu. What is weird about that: 70 million people used Issuu's software last month. Issuu is a YouTube-for-Magazines.
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Her business helps clients use cloud computing smartly - Philly.com

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The public cloud market is $6 billion. Since people have been moving to cloud computing, they don't have all the tools they need to get all the benefits from [the cloud].
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Robot delivery Service takes to streets of Europe

Robot delivery Service takes to streets of Europe | AppOffice | Scoop.it
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A pioneering new pilot programme will put autonomous delivery robots out on to the streets of major European cities where they will deliver packages to a variety of customers.

Starting this month, millions will encounter the robots on the pavements of the United Kingdom, Germany and Switzerland as part of the testing programme announced today by Starship Technologies and major industry partners. A similar programme will be announced for the United States shortly.

The largest European food delivery company Just Eat, leading German parcel delivery company Hermes, leading German retailer Metro Group, and innovative London food delivery startup Pronto.co.uk will test the delivery robots developed by Starship Technologies, a company launched in 2014 by Skype co-founders.

Dozens of robots will be deployed in five cities to run first test deliveries and introduce the innovative devices to the general public.

“By launching partnerships with major companies we will enter the next phase in our development. While Starship has been testing the robots in 12 countries in the last nine months, we will now develop know-how on running real robotic delivery services,” said Ahti Heinla, co-founder, CEO and CTO of Starship Technologies.

Robots developed by Starship Technologies are meant for delivering packages, groceries and food to consumers in a two to three mile radius. The robots can drive autonomously while being monitored by human operators in control centres. Introduced to European and American cities since the end of last year, the robots have already driven close to 5,000 miles and met over 400,000 people without a single accident.

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“The partners we’re working with are at the top of their game – passionate, driven and quick to embrace new technology, making them the perfect choice for us to truly demonstrate our robotic delivery solution,” said Allan Martinson, Chief Operating Officer of Starship Technologies. “We’re sure to come up against challenges on our journey, but our aim will never change – to re-define convenience and customer service for the consumer, whilst making the last mile industry for businesses cost effective, efficient and profitable”.

David Buttress, CEO of Just Eat said “We are continuously looking for ways to use technology to make our customers’ lives easier – whether that’s how people order or pay for their food or how the food is delivered. Starship are right at the forefront of innovation in the delivery sector and so it’s a natural fit for us to be partnering with them to bring delivery robots to our high streets.”

Frank Rausch, CEO of Hermes Germany, said: “We are very proud to be Starship’s exclusive logistics partner in Germany. At Hermes we believe that parcel delivery’s main goal is to fully satisfy the customers’ needs in receiving their online shopping orders as fast and convenient as possible. Nobody likes to spend hours waiting for the courier just to have a parcel delivered. Therefore, individually scheduled delivery services will become increasingly important within the coming years. By testing Starship robots for the last mile, we use the opportunity to boost our service level and make parcel delivery even easier and more comfortable than it is today.”

James Roy Poulter, CEO and Co-founder at Pronto added: “As soon as we saw the Starship delivery robot we knew this was the solution we’d been looking for in our mission to make it even easier for people to access quality, affordable food at the touch of a button.

We can’t wait to launch this test programme in London and roll it out in time across other cities as we expand our reach both in the UK and abroad. We hope to see the streets lined with thousands of these robots bringing people their hot, ready-to-eat Pronto meal on-demand and providing an even more cost-effective, efficient and environmentally friendly delivery solution for our customers.”

The test programs will run in London, Düsseldorf, Bern and another German city to start, before moving to several other European and American cities. Starship Technologies will also continue testing in Tallinn, Estonia where its R&D facilities are located.

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How to Use Email to Automate Your Lead Qualification Process

How to Use Email to Automate Your Lead Qualification Process | AppOffice | Scoop.it

Long story short we've managed to automate lead qualification, follow ups and appointment scheduling to the point where all I have to do is wake up and check my calendar for appointments.


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Qualifying website leads can be a time consuming and sometimes futile exercise for business owners. If you capture leads directly from your website, you need to seriously consider automatically qualifying these prospects, utilising the power of automated email processing. This article provides 20 examples of ways in which you can use email to simplify the qualification process, and save you a lot of time that you can use to make more sales.

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Qualifying website leads can be a time consuming and sometimes futile exercise for business owners. If you capture leads directly from your website, you need to seriously consider automatically qualifying these prospects, utilising the power of automated email processing. This article provides 20 examples of ways in which you can use email to simplify the qualification process, and save you a lot of time that you can use to make more sales.

Stewart-Marshall's curator insight, March 27, 3:41 PM

 If you capture leads directly from your website, you need to seriously consider automatically qualifying these prospects, utilising the power of automated email processing. This article provides 20 examples of ways in which you can use email to simplify the qualification process, and save you a lot of time that you can use to make more sales.

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How Much Data is Created Every Minute | An infographic

How Much Data is Created Every Minute | An infographic | AppOffice | Scoop.it

How Much Data is Created Every Minute an infographic Every minute massive amounts of it are being generated phone, website application across the Internet.

 

...I don’t anticipate the growth of data slowing down in my lifetime. There’s too much goodness to be mined from it all.

 

Recently, we decided to revisit the topic and found, not surprisingly, that the pace of data creation continued to accelerate. Our first infographic, for example, showed that Facebook users shared 684,478 pieces of content. Fast forward a couple of years and that number has exploded to 2,460,000 pieces. Insane....


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How Much Data is Created Every Minute an infographic Every minute massive amounts of it are being generated phone, website application across the Internet. 

AffiliateMarketHelp's curator insight, June 1, 2014 12:43 PM

It is advised that you take inventory of your online practises.....it is probably overdue for a 'tune-up' to keep up with the times....there is an older song "the times, they are a' changin'..""

AffiliateMarketHelp's curator insight, June 1, 2014 1:05 PM

It is advised you consider a revision to your online tactics to keep up with the numbers......words from an older song "the times, they are a' changin'"....

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Sign in to multiple Google accounts at once - Accounts Help

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Tired of always signing out to switch between your accounts on your own computer? Whenever you need to switch accounts, just click the Add account button to sign in to your other a

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Jaana Nyström's curator insight, December 12, 2013 1:35 AM

Very handy, this. Works also between regular Gmail accounts and Google Apps accounts.

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Wearable device could detect disease

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      Wearable device could detect disease ”when the nearest doctor is days away” San Francisco studio Fuseproject has created a concept for a wearable device to allow people in the developing world to test themselves for symptoms of chronic...

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Great Cloud Computing Tools for your Business

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With increasing demand for complex computing services, it has become essential to use those which are not only safe but adds value to your business as well.

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SurveyMonkey Releases Business Version of Popular Questionnaire Software - New York Times (blog)

SurveyMonkey Releases Business Version of Popular Questionnaire Software - New York Times (blog) | AppOffice | Scoop.it
New York Times (blog) SurveyMonkey Releases Business Version of Popular Questionnaire Software New York Times (blog) The growth of SurveyMonkey, which in 2009 had 12 people and was modestly profitable, Jim Wilson/The New York Times The growth of...
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