This summer, Google signaled the start of a significant change for the online casino and gaming industry in the U.K. and Europe, as it finally relaxed its rules on the distribution of gaming apps that allow users to play for and with real money. This was indeed a game-changer.
The quick changes in the new technology available for small businesses make this category to become important for you. Here you can find articles related to the tools, processes and technologies that can be used from your company.
The role of a professional website in the promotion of a business is hard to overestimate. However, creating your own website without experience in coding and in short time frames may seem impossible. Fear no more! WordPress Business Themes are a perfect solution! Made with inexperienced computer users in mind, these templates will take 5 minutes to install and are effortlessly customizable. Show the face of your company, broadcast your business project to the world!
Business owners work hard to build a thriving company in a competitive landscape, but many leave it open to vulnerabilities by not properly protecting it from the start. According to a survey from Insureon, 8.8 percent of small businesses were victims of burglary or theft. But that just scratches the surface on safety and liability concerns for businesses. Insureon data found 22.2 percent of small businesses deal with client complaints, contract disputes and employee injury.
In 2015, while 57 percent of all professional occupations were held by women, this demographic made up only a quarter of all U.S. computing technology jobs. Clearly, women are often at a disadvantage in the workplace. But with the right tools, female-run businesses of various sizes can gain the competitive edge needed to even the playing field. Here are three such informational technology resources that can be used to do just that.
Traditional printer provider HP has moved into the 3-D printing market in a big way over the past year, and its recent efforts to scale up its activity are now threatening industry leaders, Pacific Crest reports. HP’s planned moves include launching a global reseller program, expanding its open materials ecosystem and promoting its 3-D printing products in the Asia-Pacific market in partnership with China’s largest 3-D printing provider, 3DPrint.com says.