8 Services that every business needs, these services include data cabling, human resources and IT support. A service such as IT support is unbelievably important because every business uses it in some way and something is bound to go wrong. The perfect way to get around this is to get a 24/7 IT supports team so they’re always there to help. We hope you love this infographic that Network Data cabling have done.
Multiple agencies across the U.S. government are paying closer attention to the software they are buying. More specifically, they want to know what open source and third party components were used to build the software applications. Read this article to learn more about this report
Traveling can be an eye-opening and life-enriching experience for those who partake in it. There is, however, certain dangers and precautions which must be taken in consideration when traveling, especially as a business traveler. One such consideration is that business travelers are especially vulnerable to cyber attacks while traveling. While this may be shocking to hear, the truth is undeniable. There are, however, certain measures that a business traveler can take to ensure that valuable data is not stolen. Before security measures are related, it is beneficial to understand how these attacks are occurring.
with Shashi Kiran, QualiIT Briefcase conducted the following Q&A with Quali Chief Marketing Officer Shashi Kiran to get a better understanding about the beneficial uses of cloud sandboxes as the DevOps trend continues to take hold and gain industry momentum. Read More >>>
It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that eCommerce has completely revolutionized the world of retail as we know it. Instead of going to a store and browsing through the limited number of items they have in offer, you now have the opportunity to log-in onto your e-store account and buy anything you like. Unlike with real stores where you would have to travel to a different location (which also adds to the price of the purchased product) all you have to do here is open a new tab in your browser.
Consumer electronics market is larger and more competitive than ever, so the products that are developed must have eye catching style, the latest technology and a competitive price to be successful.
Just when you think that you have seen it all, as far as cars and technology are concerned, the automotive industry takes it to another level. While the ability to create cars that have the capacity to fly may be quite a way off, that has not stopped the automobile industry from doing some incredible things with the latest cars off of the assembly line. According to a recent article by CSC, the automotive industry has turned to cloud computing, big data technology and location awareness as a means of integrating the latest in computing technology into the driving experience.
It seems as though the world has gone mobile. Everywhere you look someone has their smartphone out doing everything from playing Pokémon Go to shopping on the QVC online store. From texting to checking Facebook to keeping abreast of the news and weather forecasts, there is always something to do and see on that handy little gadget we wouldn’t leave home without. Not only are our cell phones a source of entertainment, but also a source of information and even function.
Social media has become a powerful business channel for companies of all types and sizes. However, with great benefits come great responsibilities. These platforms will help you obtain brand awareness and authority, but once you use them, you will be inevitably prone to risks. So, together with a concise and persuasive social media campaign, you will also find the following five tools and technologies useful to manage your business risks.
For quite some time, the majority of enterprise business intelligence (BI) investments and implementations have focused on internal processes and users. However, when Jinfonet surveyed more than 400 senior IT and business professionals about their BI and analytics practices, 67 percent said they were serving external customers. Yet a large percentage of external customers still don’t have access to the analytics they need, because the cost to deploy them stands in the way.
IT executives today expect they will need to provide more rigorous cost and ROI calculations to justify spending on services. At the same time, digital technology is increasingly the means for delivering profit-generating business services, so keeping technology in optimal working order is critical. This paradoxical imperative with the dual mandate of reducing cost and increasing value needs an effective strategy to drive toward “zero maintenance IT.”
Mobile apps are at the front line of the digital revolution, and MADPs are becoming the main driver accelerating digital transformation in businesses. By 2020, more than 75% of enterprises will have adopted at least one mobile app development platform to accelerate their digital business transformation strategy, up from approximately 33% in 2015.
The average IT team handles a wide range of jobs spread out all over a business’s technical backbone. This uniquely scattered structure can make it difficult for teams to stay connected, whether members are isolated from the rest of the group by physical location or project assignment. The following five tips will help your IT team stay connected, near or far.
Business technology trends are constantly evolving. To this very day, the technology has progressed so much, that we look back to a point a decade ago and shake heads in disbelief at how much more difficult it was to run a business. It might be true that the technology has spoiled us a bit, but it has also enhanced the speed at which we’re able to perform tasks and has spurred the business world on into light speed. So, what can we expect from business technology trends in 2016?
In today’s world, no matter how efficient websites are, they seem like a cold surface. They may save logistic efforts and even large financial resources, but consumers no longer have to get in contact with the brand. They simply select the products they want and click on the checkout button. There’s no longer a representative sales person or shop assistant to ask the costumers questions and guide them through the choices they have.
Every day, organizations and individuals are experiencing the power of custom apps to improve productivity, increase efficiency and achieve desired outcomes. For those uninitiated, getting your first custom app off the ground can be intimidating. However, there are a few concrete steps that you can take to move your idea from imagination to implementation. These steps and core concepts have been distilled from the best practices of many people – and teams – who have planned their own custom apps and are using them to their advantage. By following these steps, you’ll be harnessing the power of custom apps in no time.
Developers need these user stories because they offer the minimum amount of information necessary to estimate the level of effort needed to implement the functionality described by the story. When written well, they can be powerful, because they help developers and testers view requirements from a customer’s perspective. They provide context and an understanding of what motivates the people who will use the solutions they deliver.
The modern buyer, who has radically different expectations, is creating an increasingly complex sales process that presents new challenges for sales teams on a daily basis. In order to remain competitive and hit revenue targets, it is critical that companies put the same level of rigor behind the way they define the future of selling as they do within other parts of their organizations.
Although many of us associate virtual reality as something used in a Star Wars film while they fly among the stars, it has slowly become how we interact with society and carry out our daily lives. Everything from video games, medical practices, sightseeing, and even the way that soon-to-be surgeons train for upcoming procedures. Virtual environments give us a better way to interact with the world around us without having to leave the comfort of our own home or place of work.
Do you feel good about your content’s appeal overseas? While many sites target traffic from countries such as the United States and Canada, there are billions of potential customers or visitors that you are ignoring by overlooking foreign traffic. How do you know if your site is optimized for an international audience?
IT has changed the business world in a number of different ways. Some of the areas of IT are aimed at increasing and improving communication, collaboration and productivity within a company, whereas other areas have completely changed the marketing and presentation world. As hundreds of millions of people across the globe spend a good part of every single day online, having a well-designed and properly marketed website for your business has become a necessity.
Are you using an analytics system to track all of the activities that take place on your website? If not, you seriously need to consider doing this, so that you fully understand how well your website is performing. Below are the ways you can use analytics to measure your SEO success.
Video monitoring serves your business in a surprising number of ways. Gone are the days when all video monitoring meant was you had a picture of a thief in a mask after he (or she) had already taken off with something valuable. Technology has come a long way in the last decade and intelligent systems are being utilized in video monitoring to serve businesses in real time. With intelligent video object tracking and analytics, your business can collect all kinds of valuable data.
The IoT, for those who may not be familiar with the term just yet, stands for the Internet of Things, and some believe it’s the most significant technological development since the Internet itself. It’s essentially the automatic connection of devices and systems around the world for purposes of recording data and improving operations. Everything we use in a given day, from fitness wristbands to vehicles, is being connected in order to help us optimize how we manage day-to-day life.
Are you in search of a way to boost your business career so you can do what you love but make more money doing it? Then consider learning business analytics. Check out just a few of the many reasons why analytics are so important in today’s business world, and why the right education in this field can help you stand out and make you a much more valuable employee.
The modern business environment has upended some long-standing traditions. Many employees are now expected to work not just at the office from their desktops, but from home as well, on devices like smartphones, laptops, and tablets. The BYOD phenomenon has transformed industries across the country, as employees are now always in reach. As a result, the traditional 9-to-5 work day is quickly becoming blurred.
Your company website represents everything about your brand – mission and goals, products and services, trustworthiness and professionalism. If you are serious about building a brand that is recognized worldwide and is proudly supported by not only the company staff but its intended consumers as well, then optimizing a website fit for a global audience should be of utmost priority and a benefactor of your personal and financial resources. Here are six ways on how you can achieve that and more.
It takes some kind of business superhero to conquer the competition, create global product domination, and earn cheers from investors and stockholders. Who wouldn’t want to tap into some superhuman skills when making strategic business decisions? You might want to get your cape ready, because these three Business Intelligence (BI) tools are going to help you capture big data, provide x-ray vision into your processes, and power up your strategic decision making.
I am increasingly convinced that the eventual adoption of Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings is inevitable for most applications even if the number of applications built on top of PaaS offerings is relatively low today. What do I mean by PaaS? Services that sit above the more traditional Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) that most people today equate with cloud computing.