The problem was I wasn’t clear in my own mind about who I was supposed to speak to, and here, in this post, it became crystal clear. It wasn’t like I hadn’t read something like this before elsewhere, it just hit home this time.
Posts Tagged ‘business’
Mobile technology presents a whole new range of possibilities for digitally building a business. This interview looks at using an app to generate sales leads.
Are you planning a break, a holiday, or vacation from your business or work this summer? It’s great to get away from it all, but without advance preparation, you may find that you are not “quite” as away as you intended. Interruptions such as phone calls, IM messages etc, can prove to disrupt what should be a proper break away from work…
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?
As a Small Business, are you using your PCs and laptops to their full potential?
Here is some help that should make your business more technology friendly. And the majority are free!
Virtual offices are a great way of giving your business capabilities in excess of your own internal capabilities. But there are numerous ways of creating a virtual office – not all of which involve using a managed service provider…
The leaders of Ireland’s IT sector lined up in significant numbers at the new Aviva Stadium on Tuesday 18th May to attend the launch of EuroCloud Ireland, the Irish branch of an European Cloud Computing organisation.
Digital marketing firm Razorfish recently released FEED: The 2009 Razorfish Digital Brand Experience Report. The report, written by Garrick Schmitt, is an annual analysis…
The community I am talking about is exactly what you know it is – a group of people connected by many virtues such as their physical location, their interests, their religion, their shared experience. You are no doubt part of many communities – your local GAA club, a business networking group, or maybe a worldwide group of Paddy Reillys.