Unexpected disasters can completely catch your business off guard, and when they do you’ll have a hard time trying to get things back in order. Most business owners are aware of potential problems, so they usually have a business continuity plan (BCP) already in place.
Much attention in the social media marketing world is paid to the heavyweights of Facebook and Twitter – and, when executed properly, your marketing efforts on these networks can pay great dividends. But there is much more to social media marketing than these two platforms alone, and other channels that are on the rise include Pinterest.
The latest Android smartphones are packed with powerful hardware and features but, unfortunately, short battery life is still a problem every Android user has to endure. Slimmer designs with less room for batteries, larger and brighter screens, faster processors, and applications running in the background are all responsible for draining your battery in a day or less.
We all know how important social media is to create and maintain a business’s online reputation. As a small business owner, you’ve probably used social media to establish a connection with your customers and share stories that will shine a positive light on your brand.
Have you ever needed to scan a document, but not had a scanner on hand? Well just think how convenient it would be if you could use your phone as a scanner instead? If you’re a smartphone owner and regular app user, you’re probably aware of the myriad of apps that can do this.
Is something off in the world of your Android phone or tablet? Is it running slower than usual? Is it eating data faster than a chubby kid in a chocolate store? If any of these situations sound familiar, your phone or tablet may be infected with a virus.
We now operate in a business world where we no longer work on just one device. Instead, we switch regularly between our office PC or laptop, a smartphone while on the move between meetings, and perhaps a tablet to keep on top of work while on a business trip – or to catch up on emails while watching TV in the evening.
We’ve all become accustomed to controlling our touchscreen smart phones with our fingers. It is something which just a few years ago seemed unthinkable, as we were grappling with now ancient looking Nokia models. Now the next revolution is on the way – Samsung has recently patented new technology that, if it comes to fruition, will see your phone respond to eye movement as a way of controlling what it does.
If Google Chrome, Firefox and Opera were at a cocktail party, Internet Explorer would probably be the butt of all their jokes. That’s not to say Internet Explorer never served a purpose, but it clearly has not kept up with the likes of today’s modern browsers.