With the new year comes new opportunities to transform your business with technology. Here are four ideas for technology resolutions your company can make to set your business up for growth in 2018 and beyond.
Intel and Microsoft recently discovered a security flaw in some of their processor products. This flaw affects virtually all modern computers and devices that use Central Processing Units (CPUs) manufactured by Intel, AMD and ARM.
As the year comes to a close, it is time to reflect on 2017 and plan for 2018. Did you meet your business goals in 2017? As you look back, what were your biggest achievements? What were the biggest setbacks? Where did you dedicate most of your time? In planning for 2018, where do you see your business this time next year? What are your plans for growth? What are your goals?
In today's constantly changing world, business owners need flexibility. They need the ability to rapidly scale technology based on business needs, to standardize processes, to manage resources as efficiently as possible, and to maximize uptime. The boom of the Anything-as-a-Service (XaaS) economy is a direct result of these needs. In fact, the XaaS economy has been adopted by many industries, spreading well beyond IT. Consider the following examples:
Small Business Saturday was created in 2010 by American Express as a way to combat Black Friday and Cyber Monday by encouraging consumers to shop locally within their own community during the holiday season. The idea caught on and by 2016, small business owners generated an estimated $15.4 billion dollars on Small Business Saturday.