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We constantly hear about the latest tech updates such as the newest iPhone or latest Tesla model, but there is so much amazing, life-changing technology being created each year that you may not know about.
Every year the number of U.S. patent applications increases. This means that each year there are substantially more inventors creating new technology than the year before.
Most technology professionals would agree that cloud computing is here to stay. With advancements in cybersecurity and a clearer understanding of how the cloud functions, a large number of businesses will refine their IT strategies and implement cloud-based solutions this year.
There are so many ways in which big data is being used in professional industries. According to a Gartner study, almost 75% of companies have invested in big data in 2016-2017.
There’s a charming women’s clothing boutique a few blocks from my home that’s become a huge hit since moving into the neighborhood, and one thing that’s helped their business bloom is the owner’s social media expertise. On top of the basic social media presence, she also makes great use of Facebook’s live stream feature.
Whether you’re working at a large tech company or a start-up, stress is probably a regular part of your life. April is Stress Awareness Month so let’s take a look at some typical stress triggers from both large tech companies and smaller start-ups.
No matter your field, the underlying goal of any business is to make a profit.
This is achieved through various practices, evolutions, and lots of trial and error. One common trend business giants are picking up on is the adoption of new technology.
As technology advances, thought leadership in the field changes continuously. Currently, there are many company leaders that are impacting the tech world and helping to push the industry forward.