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The Evolution of Business Communications: How Technology Helped Move Things Along


It wasn’t so long ago that the Internet was released to the public. Four years later, in 1994 to be exact, the Internet was fully commercialized and it marked the first step in the evolution of business communications. Not just that, but it also changed how businesses are being created, developed and grown. Ever since then, technology has improved, bringing ...

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How to Run a Remote Dev Team

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The ability to work remotely has made the business world more fierce and productive because now companies can hire highly-professional teams of workers, and their geographical location is no longer an obstacle. Certainly, it can be difficult to manage remote team members who work in different time zones across the world. This is why we are here – to share ...

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Benefits of Going with Green Web Hosting


A modern business world is a dog-eat-dog place where everyone fights for sheer survival. However, this eternal struggle sometimes distracts people from what really matters. Providing a superb service is always paramount, but this is never all there is to it. At the end of a day, when nuances are all that stands between a client choosing you or choosing ...

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How the Internet of Things Is Changing the Business Environment


A cord-less office with a plethora of devices connected to the same network has been a dream of every scientist and entrepreneur for ages. In this decade, we’ve witnessed rapid development of the Internet of Things (IoT). This new system of device integration via a unique office gateway opens the door for innumerable options in the field of business management. ...

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Virtual Companions of a Digital Marketer


Every digital marketer has plenty of tools in his arsenal. There are literally thousands of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) tools out there; some are free while others are paid for. Most of those tools are similar and offer similar services. In order to be successful in this line of business, you have to know which ones to choose and which are ...

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Defective Takata Air Bags – Over 5 Million Cars Recalled

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Daimler recalled 840,000 vehicles in the United States for defective Takata air bags.  In a day after that, car manufacturers such as Audi, BMW and Volkswagen are recalling around 1.7 million vehicles that have Takata air bags. The move is to bring over 5.1 million vehicles with defective Takata air bags. The U.S safety regulators announced the recalls after a ...

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Facebook Records over $5 Billion Profit in the 4th Quarter of 2015


Facebook shares went up to 12 percent high in the last quarter of 2015 generating revenue of $5.84 billion. The network stated earning 79 cents a share on the revenue. With this growth and increased shares, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg becomes sixth richest in the planet overtaking Oracle’s Larry Ellison.  Zuckerberg’s net worth shot up to $46.25 billion which is ...

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Google and Ford Partner to Launch Self-Driving Cars by 2020

Google and Ford

Internet giant Google and Ford are in talks to produce self driving cars by 2020. Google wants to produce vehicles that have sensors built to it. The discussions between the two companies are mainly focused in developing designs for advanced car technologies and increase pace in companies efforts to make self driving cars. The partnership between Google and Ford will ...

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Quantum Computers and Electric Cars: The New Technological Landscape

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Google, NASA testing the first quantum computer and China being partial to electric cars the new technological landscapes might not sound like groundbreaking news but shows the development. Arthur C. Clark the author of the book 2001: A Space Odyssey, wrote what is now considered to be one of the most profoundly accurate predictions of our world today. Self-driving cars, ...

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