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Samsung produces some of the best smartphones in the world, which are superior to almost every phone on the market. [...]
As a company founder, you want to maximise the valuation of your technology company in an exit sale. You need to – and can – plan for this years in advance.
Well, UK accountancy practice, Richard Place Dobson has long since embraced the paperless office and for the past three months one of their senior practice accountants, Jennifer Watson, has worked for this UK firm from her home in the south-east of Ireland. This interview looks at how virtual working actually works, both from the perspective of the employer and the employee.
What’s the right way to contact clients, colleagues and friends, and for them to contact you? Is offering a multitude of options really the best way forward and will certain tools begin to become acceptable for certain types of communication?
By 2014 there will be more smartphones connecting to the internet than desktop computers, so what will this move away from the desktop environment mean for your business?
The latest developments in technology have shrunk the world and now created a global market place where a company in Cork no longer competes with local businesses only but also has to compete with businesses from Bangalore…
Last week I was listening to the latest This Week in Tech podcast, in which one of the guests was speaking about the concept of Email Apena – a temporary absence or suspension of breathing…
Don’t worry if you don’t understand what Cloud Computing is. You’re not meant to. By its nature a cloud of any type is something vague or ill-defined.
In 2007, only 6% of total engagement happened after the day of posting – while in 2008 it was 17%. This year however it has more than doubled – with a full 36% of engagement happening after day one. So what might this mean for business?