Aah, those were the days when you had to carry around those city pamphlets with the maps to know where everything is, and finding your local tailor or whatnot was such a beast because you had to open it all up. All those folded squares! Utter madness.
Chances are you’ve been hearing about Windows Phone 7 a lot lately. And with good reason: this is a major shakeup in the communications industry and when a major shakeup comes to an entire industry, it’s worth paying attention. And it’s especially worth paying attention to if you run your own business, because you never know just what tool will prove to be the next valuable tool to make your business the best it can be.
One of the greatest issues in small business is part of the human resources ladder. How far do you let your employees go with company owned electronics? Are you a “no Facebook, no Twitter, no fun or joy allowed” place? Are you a “everybody needs a break sometimes” place? Some places have different rules, and they run the gamut from “no personal use” to “anything as long as it doesn’t get in the way of work”.
This is simply a state of fact: cyberspace has gotten bigger — and bigger, and bigger — and massive. It’s gotten so big that you can practically harness memory for your business files, pictures, everything — all online!
Sort of changes the game in terms of storage for your small business now, doesn’t it?
Tablet technology, the new frontier: these are the voyages of the starship Amazon, it’s (however many) -year mission to explore strange new worlds in cyberspace, to seek out new accounts and new digital devices, to boldly go where no computer has gone before!