Tuesday , 7 April 2020

Why German Candystorm Is Believed To Be The End Of Civil Society

You may be familiar with videos or articles going viral but that does not mean it is necessarily good, unless your only goal is to generate ad revenue through media monetization, much like those selling Twitter accounts. For example, there are videos that go viral about people getting hurt or trying to damage the reputation of a certain person. In ... Read More »

How Semiconductor Companies In SIA Promote Global Market Fair Trade

Semiconductor industry association is working with global leaders and top cloud computing companies to promote fair trade. The initiative is known as the governments/authorities meeting on semiconductors or CAMPS. These leaders, government officials and influences from China, Europe, Japan, Korea and United States, meet to address issues that could affect the global semiconductor market. Their main goal is to promote ... Read More »

Crucial IT Due Diligence Checklist To Analyze Business Technologies

If you have not already read our post on How Technology Due Diligence Reveals Hidden IT Value, I would recommend reading that post before this one. Without having a sound process in place, the IT due diligence checklist will not be nearly as effective. That being said, having a sound checklist is equally as important. After establishing your goals, breaking ... Read More »

How Story Telling Software Helps Increase B2B Sales Revenue Easily

Everyday, the barriers to information continue to decrease. Business are making decisions based on increasingly significant information provided by data collection, processing and analysis tools. We even have innovative NoSQL databases that can crunch up to 1 million times more data. So, why are companies not buying your services? Better yet, why are you having trouble closing sales? With all ... Read More »

Digital Divide Statistics Reveal Surprisingly Positive Smartphone Impact

A study by Pew Research surveyed teachers on the use of digital technology in the classroom and at home. It revealed surprising opinions from teachers about their students. While most teachers agree that the internet and digital devices help students learn, but there could be a larger concern at hand. In the study, 81% of teachers expressed that students have ... Read More »

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