In the 1960s, something happened that would change our lives forever. The setting is the office of US Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara in the Pentagon. In an ordinary room, a civilian is quietly working there — planning what would become the next computer revolution.
We celebrate Labor Day to honor the American labor movement and its tireless workers. This public holiday signals the end of summer, and the three-day weekend is usually a time for picnics, parties, and parades. It’s also great for camping, fishing, and golfing.
Technology is changing the world that we live in and it’s redefining the face of business. It’s been called the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” because the changes it brings greatly affect the way we work.
In previous eras, great changes were made by technology with the advent of railroads, electricity, and telephone networks.
Technology is a big part of our lives and it’s changing how we live...communicating with people around the world, for example, is faster and easier than ever before. Similarly, technology has also improved the way we do business and how we interact with customers.
The English poet John Donne once said, “No man is an island.” This means that people will do badly when isolated and need to be part of a community. While business leaders realize that technology is important and its benefits should be enjoyed by everyone, others still believe that it should be confined to the IT department.
Modern businesses are constantly pressured to innovate quickly to keep up with competitors. Unfortunately, most digital transformations fail miserably due to lack of planning and poor execution. Doing something on your own without the proper guidance and expertise can be costly.
Driving from Rochester to Buffalo, New York takes almost an hour and 15 minutes, and it can get pretty boring at times. But there’s no point in staying behind the wheel that long since there are a lot of nice places to visit while traveling. Here are our four favorite picks:
1. Holland Land Office Museum, Batavia
Named after the place where its Dutch investors came from, Batavia is the only city in Genesee County.
Are you wasting time and money searching for the right system to use? Is your desktop crowded with company resources like file systems and databases that are driving your employees crazy? Does this often lead to manual errors? If so, banish those problems with the help of a company portal.
Ever since it was invented in the 1960s, electronic mail or email has changed the way we communicate. For small business owners, corresponding with clients has become easier and important messages are not affected by the usual delays of snail mail.
None can deny that emailing has great benefits; with the click of a button, you can instantly send a message to anyone with an email address and you can get hold of incoming messages anywhere in the world using your smartphone, tablet, or PC. Feedback from customers is also easy and quick! .All it takes is an internet connection.
Large corporations are often believed to be the main targets of cybercriminals, but the truth is far more disturbing. Small Business Trends reported that 43% of cyberattacks actually target small businesses, and only 14% believe that they can effectively deal with these attacks.