Archive for the ‘Trends’ Category

Companies have recognized the power of networking for their growth even prior to the Internet rise. If an entity builds a good network, it creates contacts with many more customers, increases its sales, expands to new markets, and makes a positive influence on its industry.

Each year, we wonder what new trends can help us do more with our businesses. So what will 2014 bring?

However for a larger network infrastructure or for packet heavy communications, Ethernet services perform vastly better. That’s why businesses are weighing satellite internet vs. Ethernet.

In this #TYBspotlight I natter to Jacob Hagemann (Founder) of Hoosh about the ways in which their services support business market research and competitive analysis, staying ahead of Google’s algorithm and what new products they have in store for 2014.

Accounting Principals recently created an infographic explaining the many new developments in the tax industry ─ and how to keep up. It covers topics including new technologies popular in the industry, the increased importance of taking proper security measures, and tips to use new technologies to boost your career.

For small businesses that have moved to the cloud, managing multiple cloud-based applications (or cloud apps) is emerging as a […]

How small business accounting software can reduce your company’s carbon footprint, and why you should buy it.

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.