Long before Nest, smart home technology has been available. It was only recently that the stars have aligned between development, technology and bandwidth to make the Internet of Things (IoT) affordable and accessible. But to the early adopters still on the fence about converting to a smart home the question remains — is it reliable?
We’ve always been huge advocates of startups. So it brings not only TechZulu, but also Gadget Review great pleasure to announce a partnership with Microsoft.
In the coming weeks we will begin to search out qualified startups who can take advantage of what Microsoft has to offer. Is that you? If so, we want to hear from you.
At this point most people know you can learn just about anything online, but MentorMob founders Vince Leung and Kris Chinosorn found weeding through free online instruction to find quality content cumbersome and tedious. The founders are lifelong friends and lifelong learners from Chicago who have had successful careers in tech before joining forces to create the ultimate free social online learning destination that takes the best teachers on the web and curates their content into MentorMob learning Guides.
One of the hardest parts of email marketing is building a subscriber base and getting them to open your emails but that’s only half the battle. Once you have a solid subscriber list and effective onboarding process, what’s next? Well, it’s simple, retaining that list and ensuring your subscribers are engaged and coming back. As we move forward in this digital age, attention spans are shortening and a need for value is growing. A simple direct response campaign that might have worked in the past won’t necessarily get the same results today.
Technology is essential for businesses that want to gain an edge over competitors in today’s world. Computers and the Internet have now brought in a new era that relies on data to make profitable business decisions in the competitive environment. However, many business owners neglect to take advantage of these new technologies because they believe that they are only available to large corporations.
Entrepreneurs and startups operate within a David versus Goliath environment. With small budgets, limited staff and inexperience, they somehow have to find a way to make a name for themselves, and compete against much bigger organizations. Big data offers many promises in a number of different industries, but does it have the ability to help small businesses?