All of a sudden, the weather in the winter seems to turn foul. We go from moderate mornings and light jackets to freezing temperatures and scraping frost off our cars. So, what do you do when you need to get an emergency message out to your employees?
No one expects a hurricane to hit business. Superstorm Sandy–formerly Hurricane Sandy–has provided the same bit of unexpected terror for a lot of businesses in New York and the New England area. It’s times like these that having remote operations capability becomes all the more important, and cloud-based telephony is a great way to get there.
While some navigation apps focus on how to get you from point A to point B, other navigation apps instead focus on getting you there without incident. That’s just what Sigalert looks to do for iOS users, especially those with new iPhone 5 models.
For small businesses of all kinds, cash flow is life. A business lives and dies by its ability to collect cash, and PayAnywhere looks to provide an easy way to collect cash that won’t itself break the bank.
While most navigation apps focus on getting users from one place to another in their cars, Take Me To My Car will instead focus on another critical route: the distance from where ever it was you’re going to your car.
For most people, it already has. Understand that you’re dealing with a service only costing $7.99 a month, and you get to stream shows through your internet connection directly to your TV via a Roku, Playstation 3, XBOX, Wii, or even just a basic Blu-Ray player.
We’ve seen plenty of traffic-related apps out here of late, but there are plenty of them vying for your views and purchases. Beat The Traffic is one such app, and it’s got an unusual focus that gives it something of an edge.
Small business owners, rejoice. If you feel the love with your Android-powered devices, know that the latest delicacy in the Android operating system, “Jelly Bean,” does come with some extra unique features.
I’m going to offer a shameless rant for just one second: I hate being told ‘There’s an app for that.’ I hate when my phone asks me if I want to add an app and being advised that a website has a mobile app. If I said yes to them all, I’d be flooded with a ton of apps I never use – which all need to be updated, by the way. So, what does an extra row of aps on the iPhone 5 mean to small business, exactly? Continue reading →
I’m all about going past the norm when it comes to small business and entrepreneurship, especially when it involves technology. So this is going to be quite the edgy review! And one many might enjoy: it’s about the mega-giant of videos, YouTube.