Do you ever feel like you’re the only business owner who struggles to market their company through social media? Are you confused as to why you’re not gaining any traction? Well, you’re not alone. A recent survey reveals that many small business owners struggle gaining a return on their social media marketing efforts.
While many small businesses mistakenly think they’re immune to data breaches because of their size, and therefore put minimum protection in place, healthcare organizations can’t ever risk taking this laissez-faire approach – and they’d be in trouble if they did.
Buying a top-of-the-range tablet for personal use can be expensive enough – it’s likely to set you back a good few hundred dollars. So imagine the cost of kitting out your entire team of staff with new tablets; it’s what holds back plenty of businesses from doing just that, despite the obvious benefits to efficiency and productivity from employees who can work flexibly and remotely.
Brace yourselves, Windows Phone fans – Microsoft is about to launch the latest Lumia 950 smartphone at its annual event this coming October 6th. For the best part of 2015, Microsoft has directed its focus on the affordable segment of the smartphone market.
Disasters can come in all shapes and sizes. No matter what happens, your business can be prepared by creating a Business Continuity Plan (BCP). It’s important for your BCP to address the roles of your staff members, so that they are able to assist in keeping the company running during these stressful occasions.
Last week, Apple revealed a new app to go along with its Apple Watch that could permanently change the way Healthcare is provided. Through an app known as AirStrip and the new watchOS 2 software, the Apple Watch will allow medical professionals to connect with patients in ways never before thought possible.
Have you ever seen that your laptop battery life was in the red and started looking around frantically for an electrical outlet only to find nothing? It’s a pretty stressful situation, especially if you are working on something important. Here are a few things you can do to buy a few more minutes of life from your laptop battery.
Static biometrics like fingerprint sensors should make life a lot easier; no longer do we have to type in security passwords on our mobile phones, or risk having passwords breached. Still, this technology is only available on high-end smartphones, and is not ubiquitous.
Ever get the feeling that you’re never going to catch up on all the tasks on your to-do list; that there simply aren’t enough hours in the day to truly be on top of things? It’s common among busy entrepreneurs and executives, and of course the constant drowning sensation itself isn’t exactly conducive to doing your best work.
Wearables, mobile apps and other mobile health (mHealth) devices are the latest technologies entering the healthcare industry. Some hospitals may have held off adopting mHealth, believing they won’t benefit much from it. Others remain concerned their patients won’t have much interest in these tools, or technical the knowledge required for them.