5 Tech Tools You Should Consider For Your Business in 2017

5 Tech Tools You Should Consider For Your Business in 2017

If you’re looking for ways to take your business to the next level in 2017, consider these 5 tech tools and give your office and employees the opportunity to run at full capacity.

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5 Efficient Ways To Fund Your Business

5 Efficient Ways To Fund Your Business

Looking for a way to fund your business? Crowdfunding can be a bit of a daunting ordeal for you, but you can try these alternatives to fund your dream business.

By On December 16, 2014 Respond
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Marketing Products With Unique Ideas: Invaluable Tips To Hit Jackpot

Marketing Products With Unique Ideas: Invaluable Tips To Hit Jackpot

If you are planning to launch a product with a unique idea, you need proper strategy to market it to ensure increased sales. To your aid, we have some tips covering what you should perform in this regard, starting from learning about market to customer service.

By On October 24, 2014 Respond
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Pinterst Makes Pins More Informative, Invites Businesses To Join

Pinterst Makes Pins More Informative, Invites Businesses To Join

Pinterest revolutionized the social media when it came up with its pins-based visual design. The company is now hoping to take things to the next level by offering ‘rich pins’ which will essentially feature more detailed and relevant information to go with them.

By On May 22, 2013 Respond
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[Tips] When You Should Go For Paid Google Apps For Business?

[Tips] When You Should Go For Paid Google Apps For Business?

If your business is expanding and you asking yourself is it really convenient to hire a Google Apps for business, I must admit it is a tough question because there are many factors that must be considered. Considering that many people are accustomed to using Gmail and we have a whole suite of products that we can use (like Docs, Calendar, etc.), it is a good idea. But we have to consider some other things, because, unlike Gmail, Google Apps account is not free. Is it really a good idea to sign up for Google Apps for Business?

By On October 5, 2012 Respond
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Fujitsu Lifebook Ultrabook With 4G LTE Connectivity

Fujitsu Lifebook Ultrabook With 4G LTE Connectivity

Fujitsu has just introduced their upcoming unnamed Ultrabook at CeBIT and we want to share some news for you about this Ultrabook. Apparently it seems that it will be the main tech story for this year, because this Ultrabook has some unique features which is absent in the present Lifebook’s. It is Fujitsu’s first Ultrabook which is offering 4G LTE connectivity.

By On March 7, 2012 Respond
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Globalfoundries Becomes Fully Independent By Buying Out AMD

Globalfoundries Becomes Fully Independent By Buying Out AMD

Globalfoundries have been on it’s way to full independence for some time and now, as its third anniversary, it has finally accomplished the feat. As it is, AMD still have a stake in the company but both companies came to agree to some terms and AMD agreed to sell out it’s share. So now that Globalfoundries has purchased AMD’s share, it is finally an independent foundry.

By On March 7, 2012 Respond
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Embracing Change – Premium Business App For iPad[FREE]

Embracing Change – Premium Business App For iPad[FREE]

Embracing Change is a premium app developed by Polymash Inc. This app is was cost $9.99 but now it’s totally FREE to download from iTunes store under Business category. If you need a coach or want to learn about coaching then this might be an ideal pp for you. This app can coaches you step-by-step in a change method called Appreciative Inquiry, which guides you in embracing change – professionally or personally – in your relationships at home and at work.

By On February 13, 2012 Respond
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Consumers Losing Interest In Buying HDTV

Consumers Losing Interest In Buying HDTV

This year at Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world’s largest consumer technology trade show, consumers were not interested in to buy HDTV. The biggest difference of the sales figures of HDTV comparing to previous all CES and this CES. What is the reason of losing interest in buying HDTV? Is it the Quality or something else?

By On January 24, 2012 Respond
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Sony Stops Production Of OLED TV For The Consumer Market

Sony Stops Production Of OLED TV For The Consumer Market

The Japanese Sony Corp. gives up organic-screen TV business for the mass market. It is really confusing that, though being world’s one of of the most renown companies that has already touched the huge success almost in all sectors of its, definitely there is no reason to exit/give up. But, the MYSTERY is there. WHY?

By On January 9, 2012 Respond
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Lenovo’s New Small Businesses And Powerful Thinkpad Edge S430 Laptops

Lenovo’s New Small Businesses And Powerful Thinkpad Edge S430 Laptops

Lenovo introduce seven laptops for small businesses. With Lenovo’s most powerful laptop ThinkPad Edge S430. This laptop features with third generation Core processors (or Ivy Bridge) Intel Core processors and Intel’s Thunderbolt I/O technology. Lenovo is counting on a semi-new “book” hinge much like Apple’s designs to improve the sturdiness and looks. Core i5 and Core i7 will be an option to choose for the buyers buyers with upto optional 16GB (DDR3 1600) memory. With 500GB hard drive (7200rpm or 5400rpm) plus Nvidia Optimus graphics and up to 1TB of storage for the gamers to powered their gaming exparience.

By On January 5, 2012 Respond
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Break Up Of Sony And Samsung’s Joint VentureS-LCD for $939 Million

Break Up Of Sony And Samsung’s Joint VentureS-LCD for $939 Million

Finally, Sony and Samsung have decided to break up their 7 Years friendly relationship of S-LCD. S-LCD Corporation is the joint venture of The Japanese Entertainment and Electronics Giant Sony Corp and South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. whose vision was to create a new defination of LCD TV.

By On December 29, 2011 Respond
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Sony Intends To Back Out With Samsung LCD Joint Venture

Sony Intends To Back Out With Samsung LCD Joint Venture

S-LCD Corporation is the joint venture of The Japanese Entertainment and Electronics Giant Sony Corp and South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. It established in 2004 in Chungcheongnam-do plant, South Korea. It’s vision was to create a new defination of LCD TV and they succeeded. Most of the Credit goes to Samsung who had the advanced manufacturing and great intellectual property in the market. To achieve this success, both the company invested approximate $1.8 Billion in the venture where Samsung owns 51% and Sony owns 49% of joint venture share. But till now, Sony has gone through a loss of $6 Billion till now since the S-LCD venture established.

By On November 2, 2011 Respond
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Sony To Buy Out Ericsson Share

Sony To Buy Out Ericsson Share

Sony has bought out Ericsson’s stake in Sony Ericsson, giving the Japanese company sole control over the smartphone manufacturer and the deal, worth €1.05bn ($1.47bn) in cash to Ericsson, will see Sony bring the smartphone business in under its networked consumer electronics umbrella. Although Sony Ericsson didn’t make much of an impact in the smartphone market, its latest Android based devices have managed to grab some attention and the announcement comes just a day after Nokia launched its first Windows Phone handsets, so we might be looking at the start of a Scandinavian phone renaissance……………………

By On October 27, 2011 Respond
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Chromebooks Now Available For Business & Education Customers

Chromebooks Now Available For Business & Education Customers

Google on Sunday announced that education and corporate customers can now purchase Google Chromebooks outside of a pay-per-month 3-year subscription model, new offerings education customers can pick up WiFi models of the Chromebook for $449 and 3G models for $519 while corporate customers are grab the same WiFi machine for $559 with the 3G model available at $639. The new option provides schools and businesses with access to the Web-based administration console for Chromebook management, phone support and hardware warranty coverage, after the first year, customers can opt to pay a monthly fee for management access and support and at that first year is through, customers have the option to sign up for a monthly support contract, at $5 a month for education and $13 a month for enterprise…………….

By On October 24, 2011 1 Response
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