With the advancement of technology and the internet, nearly everyone uses the Internet on their smartphones. As the Internet has turned out to be a crucial part of our lives, we can operate from anywhere in the world through our phones. Smartphones have made it easy not just to connect with our loved ones but… Continue reading Top Applications For Data Management You Must prefer
To grow any small business has many challenges. When you are just starting your small business, it can be pretty tricky to get things right. Many small businesses are unable to get off the ground because they make basic errors. Therefore, you need to ensure that you make the right decision from the get-go. One… Continue reading Top 5 Payment Solutions to Grow Any Small Business
The world of mobile apps is getting bigger every day. It’s expected that mobile app downloads will reach 258 billion in 2021 and this number will undoubtedly keep rising as the years go on. When some people think of mobile apps, they mostly think about games, but there is much more to the app world.… Continue reading How А Small Business Can Benefit from Mobile Apps
For most people, faxing is just a thing of the past. But did you know that it’s still a crucial communication method used by several businesses these days? Unfortunately, due to data breaches, security issues, and cyber threats, the traditional fax is no longer considered secure and safe. For this reason, many business owners opt… Continue reading From Traditional Fax To Internet Fax: 6 Rewards For Your Business
Having an air conditioning system in your office isn’t a luxury. In fact, to keep employees productive and comfortable, this is a necessity. To install air condition in your office is a wise decision. Depending on where you’re from, there can be dry seasons in the year when the temperature gets unbearable, and this factor… Continue reading A Guide To Installing Air Conditioning System In Your Office Space
When it comes to structuring an ideal direct mail piece, design plays a vital part. However, a direct mail scheme includes more than just the images and hues on the piece. A good plan will guide your clients through the ad and market the message in a visually appealing way. A good design also conforms… Continue reading How To Design A Mailing – Rules For Creating Content And Graphics?
Did you know that influencers with as few as 10,000 followers could earn $100 for each sponsored post? If you have ambitions to become a famous online personality, you could earn thousands of dollars with an even larger audience. Whether you’re in it for fame, money, or fun, getting more social media followers comes with… Continue reading Insider Tips on How to Get More Followers on Your Social Media Accounts in 2021
A home’s average monthly electric bill is around $117. High electrics bills will cause you to start double-checking light switches, using more candles to light a room, and opening up the windows instead of using AC. Utilities are expensive. It’s time to take a step of action that’ll bring your energy costs down for good.… Continue reading Do You Really Save Money With Solar Panels? Your Solar Savings Guide
Becoming cloud-native is what every big organization is talking about and moving to nowadays. It embraces possibilities assisted by modern technologies to easily help organizations to connect data and people in a modern way. With it, IT and business are now brought closer. It optimizes processes for the creation of new value for customers. Many… Continue reading Why Is Turning Cloud-Native A Worthwhile Investment For Organisations?
HR software is a digital and information system for human resources management in an organization. This system of human resources management increases staff productivity optimally. HR software helps in the distribution of time and resources for profitable ends among staff or personnel. At one point in our life, we must have walked into an office… Continue reading How Can HR Software Prevent Paperwork Clutter In The Office?
The goal of every business is to meet the fundamental needs of its consumers. But how do you know if you’re satisfying your customers? How can you prevent your customers from abandoning your business out of frustration? A necessary parameter to measure is the First Call Resolution (FCR) rate. First Call Resolution, also called First… Continue reading First Call Resolution Tips Businesses Should Follow
LONDON – GlaxoSmithKline and Google parent Alphabet’s life sciences unit are creating a new company focused on fighting diseases by targeting electrical signals in the body, jump-starting a novel field of medicine called bioelectronics. Verily Life Sciences – known as Google’s life sciences unit until last year – and Britain’s biggest drugmaker will together contribute… Continue reading GSK and Google Parent Forge $715 Million Bioelectronic Medicines Firm
SEOUL/BEIJING, Sept 19 – A supplier to Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Monday that its battery does not appear to have caused a Galaxy Note 7 smartphone to ignite in China, after Chinese media reported one of the handsets caught fire. The incident comes amid a recall of the Note 7 phones across the… Continue reading Samsung Phone Fire in China Not Caused by Battery
GENEVA, Dec 8 – The co-founder of a project that saw a solar-powered aircraft complete the first fuel-free flight around the world this year expects electric passenger planes to operate in just under 10 years. Bertrand Piccard, who along with fellow pilot Andre Borschberg founded Solar Impulse, also shrugged off concerns that U.S. President-elect Donald… Continue reading Electric Passenger Planes to Operate in Just Under 10 Years
July 9 – Facebook Inc on Friday said it began testing end-to-end encryption on its popular Messenger application to prevent snooping on digital conversations. The limited testing on Messenger, which has more than 900 million users, comes three months after Facebook rolled out end-to-end encryption to its more popular WhatsApp, a messaging application with over… Continue reading Facebook Tests End-to-End Encryption on Messenger
Mobile phone users in Turkey were surprised to hear a voice message by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday, July 15, which marks a year since the failed July 15 coup. After dialling a number, instead of hearing a dial tone, users heard a voice message from Erdogan congratulating them on the national holiday of… Continue reading Turkish Phone Users Get Surprised by President Erdogan
NKARA, May 9 – Online encyclopedia Wikipedia has appealed to Turkey’s constitutional court against a government decision to block access to its website, broadcaster CNN Turk said on Tuesday, a case that has heightened concerns about censorship in Turkey. Turkey’s telecommunications watchdog said two weeks ago that access to Wikipedia had been blocked, citing a… Continue reading Wikipedia appeals to Turkish constitutional court over website’s blocking
SEOUL, Dec 7 – A South Korean start-up company has developed a thumb joystick that allows users to fly a drone with one hand, replacing the traditional two-handed joystick. The “Shift” controller, produced by Seoul-based “this is engineering Inc”, comprises a wireless thumb ring and small joystick which the developers say can make flying a… Continue reading New Joystick Enables Drone Flying with One Hand
Dec 1 – A version of Shamoon, the destructive computer virus that four years ago crippled tens of thousands of computers at Middle Eastern energy companies, was used two weeks ago to attack computers in Saudi Arabia, according to U.S. security firms. CrowdStrike, Palo Alto Networks Inc and Symantec Corp. warned of the new attacks… Continue reading Shamoon Virus Returns in New Saudi Attacks After 4-Year Hiatus
OUARZAZATE, Morocco, Nov 6 – On the edge of the Sahara desert, Morocco is building one of the world’s biggest solar power plants in a project largely funded by the European Union. It is a hard success for other African nations to match as they seek to implement a new global deal to combat climate… Continue reading Vast Moroccan Solar Power Plant is Hard Act for Africa to Follow
SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON, June 24 – Some of the web’s biggest destinations for watching videos have quietly started using automation to remove extremist content from their sites, according to two people familiar with the process. The move is a major step forward for internet companies that are eager to eradicate violent propaganda from their sites and… Continue reading Google, Facebook Quietly Move Toward Automatic Blocking of Extremist Videos
SAO PAULO, March 3 – Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Thursday that its engineers were working with U.N. child agency UNICEF to analyse data in an effort to map and anticipate the spread of the Zika virus, linked to birth defects among children in Brazil. Google said in a statement it was providing a $1… Continue reading Google Says its Engineers Working with UNICEF to Map Zika
SAN FRANCISCO, April 2 – The FBI’s method for breaking into a locked iPhone 5c is unlikely to stay secret for long, according to senior Apple Inc engineers and outside experts. Once it is exposed, Apple should be able to plug the encryption hole, comforting iPhone users worried that losing physical possession of their devices… Continue reading FBI Trick for Breaking into iPhone Likely to Leak, Limiting its Use
DHAKA, March 17 – The cyber thieves who stole $81 million from Bangladesh Bank hid their tracks by installing malware that manipulated a central bank printer to hide evidence of the heist, according to a person familiar with the investigation. Earlier, two central bank officials filed a police report that said that a computer and… Continue reading Software, Printer Problems Delayed Discovery of Bangladesh Heist