Small Business Networking

Effective technology is essential for small businesses looking to increase the productivity of their people and business. Introducing technology such as a computer networks can help them to stay competitive by increasing productivity and by reducing hardware costs. Even simple networks make sharing information and resources easier, provide better security and enable easy backup facilities for any small businesses.

Managed IT Services for Small Businesses

For small businesses in today’s high-tech society, Information Technology (IT) has become a significant consideration. Implementing new technology is a challenging job for small business owners and can cause numerous difficulties in day-to-day operations. Many small businesses are finding Managed IT Services as a solution to get the most from their IT investment.

Small Business Mobility

Mobile technology is becoming increasingly vital to your small business as the number of employees working from home or away from office is growing significantly. More than 50 million US workers are considered mobile, spending at least 20% of the time away from their primary work space. Some of your employees, such as your salespeople or representatives, may be constantly on the move.

VoIP for Small Business

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has become a viable solution for even the smallest of companies as broadband internet access has become affordable and much more widespread. VoIP offers a low cost alternative to expensive traditional phone services, and is rapidly becoming the communications system of choice to reduce telecommunications costs. Hosted VoIP services are also gaining popularity among smaller companies since these services do not require any investment in hardware.

Web Collaboration

In today’s global business environment, the value of working together, or collaboration, can have a huge positive impact on your business. Your employees and teams need to work together, and share ideas and information across geographic boundaries. For a small business such as yours, effective collaboration is essential to improving productivity by empowering your employees to communicate and work more efficiently using the right communications tools.

Outsourced IT

The relationship between small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and Information Technology (IT) can often be described as a “love/hate” relationship. You absolutely rely on technology to help your business run efficiently, but IT is most likely not one of your core competencies – and just keeping your systems running can be a major undertaking that distracts you from business-building activities.

Singapore-based Syfe, a robo-advisor with a human touch, raises $18.6 million led by Valar Ventures – TechCrunch

Dhruv Arora, the founder and CEO of Singapore-based investment platform Syfe Syfe, a Singapore-based startup that wants to make investing more accessible in Asia, announced today that it has closed a SGD $25.2 million (USD $18.6 million) Series A led by Valar...

Xinjiang Is No Disneyland – WSJ

Sept. 22, 2020 6:32 pm ET Editor’s note: In this Future View, students discuss the duty of companies that do business in China, in light of the controversy over Disney ’s “Mulan.” Next week we’ll launch a series of election-themed questions, beginning with the...

Elon Musk reveals the Tesla Model S ‘Plaid’ slated for late 2021 – TechCrunch

Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed Tuesday the Model S Plaid, the newest variant to the company’s flagship sedan that boasts some eye-popping performance and range claims, including the ability to travel at least 520 miles on a single charge. The Model S with this...

Will a ‘Blue Shift’ Swing Wisconsin?

Here we go again: Absentee votes in Wisconsin are due by Election Day, state law says. But on Monday a federal judge ordered the counting of ballots that arrive by Nov. 9, provided their postmarks say Nov. 3. After similar rulings in Pennsylvania and Michigan,...

Tesla is building a cathode plant and getting into the lithium mining business – TechCrunch

A little more than a year ago, during Tesla’s 2019 shareholder’s meeting, CEO Elon Musk said the company “might get into the business of mining minerals used in electric vehicle batteries.” Today, during Tesla’s so-called Battery Day event, Musk confirmed that...

Sheldon Whitehouse Goes Dark – WSJ

We didn’t know Sheldon Whitehouse scared so easily. Our editorial Tuesday laid out questions to ask the Rhode Island Senator about his own dark-money ties when he testified before a House Judiciary subcommittee. At the event he refused to answer, and Democratic...

Where Was the Battery at Tesla’s Battery Day?

“Large format reduces all the ‘inactive’ materials, like packaging. So pack-level energy density will improve and cost will come down,” says Shirley Meng, a materials scientist who runs the Laboratory for Energy Storage & Conversion at the University of...

Tesla claims it can drive battery costs down even lower with new material science innovations – TechCrunch

Amid a packed afternoon of announcements from Tesla around innovations the company is pursuing to slash the cost of electric vehicle production and energy storage through better battery design, the company said it’s made new advancements in material science for...

Biden and the Supreme Court

‘The voters of this country should be heard,” Joe Biden said this weekend as he exhorted Senate Republicans to block a vote on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. That might be clever messaging—who doesn’t want voters to be heard? But there’s one problem:...

TransferWise reports accelerating revenue growth to 70% in its March, 2020 fiscal year – TechCrunch

TransferWise, a European fintech unicorn, announced the financial results of its fiscal year ending March, 2020. The company posted strong growth, continued profit and new customer records. TransferWise was most recently valued at $5 billion during a secondary...
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