Almost a year ago we posted on how mobile apps can improve the workplace. Flexibility, communication, productivity, customer expectations, and job satisfaction made up the list of many benefits that apps can bring to a business environment. With these benefits in mind, apps can prove to give your business an edge on your competition. This post we wanted to explore in greater depth just how mobile apps can help your business stay ahead of the competition and help build your brand.
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Now that 2016 is well and truly upon us, we can reflect on the year that was 2015. Looking back, it was another big year for technology. We saw the introduction of the driverless car, the Apple Watch, and motorised skateboards; as well as some not so great technological accomplishments, such as the Ashley Madison hack, Lenovo machines shipped with pre-installed adware, and the VW scandal. If the 2016 predictions circulating the internet are anything to go by, the technology evolution is showing no signs of slowing down any time soon.
The technology evolution is not only changing the consumer world as we know it, but the business world too, with more and more companies implementing digital strategies and introducing new technologies to their processes and client experiences. While it can sometimes feel that technology is evolving at such as a pace it is impossible to keep up, there are a few simple ways for your business to reap the benefits of the digital age. Continue reading →
In the spirit of the season, we decided to look at the rise of technology among the many items that will be given as Christmas gifts this year. Some are completely new and innovative products, others are products we have known our entire lives that have had a technological makeover. But they have one thing in common: they can connect to the internet.
The “Internet of Things”, as it’s called, appears to be expanding by the minute, and is therefore no surprise that many of this year’s most wanted Christmas presents are also among the most hackable. Smartphones, laptops, tablets and eBooks are quite obviously connected to the internet. Other products’ internet connection, however, can often be overlooked, leaving personal details vulnerable. These days’, TVs, cars, home appliances and even some toys have the ability to connect to the internet. But there’s no reason to be alarmed, just to be aware and take the necessary precautions to make your devices and personal data secure.
This is our pick of 2015’s most hackable Christmas gifts.
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Forbes reported that the PC market continued to fall in 2015’s second quarter, and is expected to continue to fall for the next few years. So what does this mean for your online marketing strategy? Continue reading →
100 billion apps have been downloaded from the Apple App Store since it opened in 2008. Mobile apps are obviously very popular for personal use, but did you know they are gaining increasing popularity within the workplace? When you consider their ability to engage, provide easy access to information and improve efficiency for activities, all within a small and easy to use software app, it actually makes a lot of sense for companies to consider adding apps to their technology network. Whether it is an informal app that improves communication between colleagues, or an enterprise app to give employees access to the company’s custom software while they’re out of the office, there are many ways mobile apps can improve the workplace. Continue reading →