If you could be a god — I mean, a real deity with superpowers, specifically the ability to manage the entire heavens, the clouds, the sun, the moon, the stars, everything — how would you feel? Pretty fantastic, I would think. And that’s pretty plain, too, if you had that power in your very own entrepreneurship.
Don’t you just hate those small flash drives you end up losing somewhere? As a business, it’s always a hassle. They’re just too small, too puny, and too deceiving. So why do we need those pesky flash drives for anyway?
With every new technology out there, there’s some adjustment: basic statement of fact. This is especially true of the latest rage we’re seeing everywhere with all the SkyDrives, Google Drives, and online file syncing going on — the basic terminology is known as “cloud computing.”
I have to admit: changing the name of a brand usually revamps the marketing and advertising. Google knows this. Obviously. Just look at the Google search engine! The logo changes every once in a while, and sometimes they get pretty creative.
The concept of mobile payments is steadily gaining ground in business. Small business owners will be increasingly under the gun to have the necessary infrastructure in play to take that field on, and LevelUp will prove to be one more potential app for small business to handle in the form of LevelUp.
It wasn’t so long ago that Foursquare brought out a whole new version of its widely used social mobile location app, but now it’s gotten a little extra firepower in its merchant arm with a big new update.
Product recommendations aren’t always easy to come by. Whether you’re looking for a product, or have your product reviewed, recommendations are fragmented at best. But a recent development from seniors at MIT, Tipflare, looks to make the experience much simpler overall for the user base.
Large amounts of small business depend heavily on one comparatively small thing: mobile devices. Keeping the batteries on those mobile devices running at their peak becomes all the more important, and that’s just what Carat wants to do.
One thing that’s clear for small businesses, especially those small businesses run by only a handful of people from a laptop, free Wi-Fi fuels more businesses than we care to think about. But where can it be found? JiWire’s Free Wi-Fi Finder will be a big, but not perfect, help.
It’s almost like an age of nostalgia, this idea of passing one of those pristine business cards to a colleague. That one simple act is a true hallmark of networking. The idea of the business card is basically the auto attendant and call center of person-to-person communications. Seriously!