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in Cloud Computing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Jessica Wilson - no comments

681 SHARES 5 COMMENTS Image Credit:The opinions expressed here by Inc.com On Monday in San Francisco, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer unveiled the latest edition of Microsoft Office–the most ambitious release in the productivity software’s history, he said. Indeed, you might not recognize Word, PowerPoint, and other applications in the Office suite. That’s because they were […]

in Marketing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Sara Lance - no comments

Image Credit:Getty Images The tipping point for the mobile web was 2014. Last year I wrote about howbusinesses needed to prepare for a world in which the number of mobile users was larger than the number of desktop users. That has now happened and it continues to trend towards mobile at a faster rate. Marketers have scrambled […]

in Cloud Computing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Jessica Wilson - no comments

Image Credit:shutterstock images IMAGE: shutterstock images In the last couple of weeks, I’ve been testing and highlighting some of the best online business tools out there. First, I looked at the kinds of tools you need to form a new venture. Then I wrote about brilliant people-management tools. Up this week: simple apps for keeping […]

in Marketing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Sara Lance - no comments

Usually I wait until the end of the year to recap brand disasters but 2015 has been particularly rich with scandal so I’m posting early: 1. Amazon Amazon’s brand had already been damaged by its policy of forcing warehouse employees to work unpaid overtime. When The New York Times published a blistering expose of Amazon‘s shark-eat-shark corporate culture, it […]

in Cloud Computing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Jessica Wilson - no comments

Image Credit:shutterstock images IMAGE: shutterstock images Want to know how bad things can get if you’re targeted by hackers? The mother of all stories comes from Wired writer Mat Honan, who watched as hackers took apart all his digital accounts in a matter of hours and even managed to remotely wipe his MacBook, iPhone, and […]

in Hiring - 01 Oct, 2015
by Mary Crosse - no comments

Image Credit:Getty Images IMAGE: Getty Images This story first appeared on The Fiscal Times.  The National Labor Relations Board is expected to rule, possibly within days, on a case that could drastically change the relationship between millions of workers and their employers. The board, dominated by Democratic appointees, is expected to declare that companies that […]

in Cloud Computing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Jessica Wilson - no comments

Image Credit:Getty Images IMAGE: Getty It never ceases to amaze me: I’ll go to a networking event or mixer and meet a fellow small business owner. We’ll exchange cards. When I look at his or her business card, a shocking percentage of the time, there is no company website. Why? I can only assume that that […]

in Marketing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Sara Lance - no comments

Image Credit:Getty Images In case you hadn’t heard, Facebook plans to introduce a dislike button in the very near future. Actually, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the company plans to add buttons that allow users to express a range of sentiments beyond a simple “like” such as sympathy or solidarity. While this may answer the long-standing […]

in Hiring - 01 Oct, 2015
by Mary Crosse - 2 comments

Image Credit:Getty Images IMAGE: Getty Images Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. At Google, they’re terribly clever. And you know they only want to hire people who are just as clever as everyone who’s already there. But finding clever people isn’t always easy. […]

in Marketing - 01 Oct, 2015
by Sara Lance - no comments

Image Credit:Getty Images The average age for an entrepreneur today is 41. That person grew up in a very different technology environment than the cloud-based systems we use today. Startups as well as enterprise software companies are discovering that software-as-a-service (SaaS) sales are different than traditional “enterprise license” software sales. The technology has evolved–now the […]