Category Archives: Business
Part of managing any type of business is the management of employees. You need to advertise for them, interview them, weed out the potentials from the non-potentials, and finally hire and train them. Once you’ve gone through all this, you’ll still need to keep an emphasis on your employees – or more specifically, the hours they work for you.
Digital collaborative tools have had tremendous benefits to employees and businesses over the past few years. They allow teams, and organizations on a whole, to share ideas, access information and work on projects, no matter their proximity.
According to a 16-year study by Idea Champions, only 3 percent of the 10,000 people they interviewed said that they come up with their best ideas at work. The other 97 percent said their best ideas come to them while they are in the shower, on vacation, taking walks, enjoying a glass of wine, or just doing nothing.
Mobile readiness arrived in 2014, but unfortunately many businesses just aren’t ready. In fact, the majority of American businesses don’t have a website at all, let alone one with responsive design and mobile readiness. However, it’s not too late. You deserve to go into 2015 fully prepared to serve your mobile customers (who are now the majority) and it’s easier than you think. However, it starts with getting the right developer(s) on your side.
While some webinar programs offer some significant benefits to those hosting online conferences, many of the reasons that webinars fail are because of the presenter him or herself. Where a robust webinar service like ClickWebinar will help connect you via numerous types of devices and market your presentation through social media while giving you less to worry about in setting up and drawing people to your online events; the time saved in that regard should be used to create an interesting and informative webinar that’ll get you an increasing number of viewers through word of mouth alone.
The business goals you set for your company are the roadmap for your strategy and success. Small Businesses in particular need to be flexible and often have to adjust their business goals. Many business owners forget that their website needs to be as agile as their businesses to be a cost effective and scalable asset. Here are four things to consider when you update your web design so it stays as agile as your business.
Apple announced iOS 8, it’s latest mobile operating system, in late September to significant fanfare. However, this release isn’t just relevant to consumer markets. Companies have much to gain from Apple’s increased hold across business sectors. Whether your employees use their own personal devices at work or in-house technology, the iOS 8 features for businesses can help you maintain confidential data with increased security.