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In 1999 British entrepreneur Kevin Ashton coined the term The Internet of Things (IoT). Suddenly this universe of ones and zeros was going to be ubiquitous—it would link all manner of everyday objects, in a brand new form of worldwide interconnectivity.

You need to choose your vps hosting provider wisely as it’s going to be the first step towards your business’s online presence.

If your business interface isn’t connecting with your audience when they’re on the move, it needs a mobile makeover.

Small businesses are also leveraging the opportunities a mobile app offers, knowing that an effective mobile marketing strategy involves more than just a mobile-friendly website.

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is not really new for business, regardless of the size. Having spent most of my software engineering days working with ERP companies, I know for a fact that a well-implemented ERP solution can help you streamline your business processes, enhance efficiency and drastically improve your bottom line.

Top tech brands boast of some special highly durable, shock-proof, adverse weather friendly laptops in their portfolio that are impervious to the everyday dangers posed by gravity, fire, water, etc. Ever wondered if those devices really make sense in the real practical world?

Keeping in touch with your clients by using video conferencing technology could bring the quality and level of consumer engagement you want and that your business needs.

Today there are numerous technological advances that make it possible to keep everyone in the loop, on schedule and more efficient, including web conference tools, meeting preparation, back-up tools, web design, and communication enhancers.

Building a small business from the ground up is one of the most rewarding professional experiences out there, and watching it grow is even better. However, that doesn’t mean that every industry is at its peak of potential. Here are four great ideas for small business ventures that have excellent prospects for 2015.

Software piracy, and the theft of intellectual property, actually has a seriously detrimental effect on economic growth and sustainability. In short, that fake copy of Adobe Photoshop that you got for a few dollars on the Web potentially takes money out of everyone’s pockets and costs Americans jobs.