If there is one thing that is true about business, it’s that technology is constantly changing how companies complete their work. If you want to know what the future holds for businesses, there is perhaps no better place to start than investigating some of the emerging technologies currently gaining steam.
Apps & Software
Over the last couple decades, a culture of casual and conversational written communication has emerged on the Internet through email, instant messaging and now social media. People share their feelings and thoughts openly with friends and sometimes the entire online community through these channels – and marketers have not missed a beat in finding ways to utilize this information.
If you want to get more loyal visitors, subscribers or customers, the first thing you have to do is successfully engage people on your site. This is referred to as UX or user experience. When visitors arrive at your website, they may a split second decision, usually subconsciously, about whether they’re going to stay there for a while or click away.
It doesn’t seem too long ago that the closest you could get to wearable tech was a Casio calculator watch. Since the advent of devices like the Fitbit and the Apple Watch, though, most of us have started sporting upgraded wrist wear that does more than tell time–these wearables count our steps, monitor your sleep patterns, and keep us connected to the digital world 24/7.
Driving while distracted is dangerous and has been an issue since the Secretary of Transportation made it his mission to put a stop to this very dangerous behavior. There are currently 39 states, plus the District of Columbia that have a ban on texting while driving. An additional 10 states plus Washington DC ban handheld cell use while driving. Distracted driving has been attributed with causing over 3,000 deaths in 2010 alone.
You’ve made the first step in protecting your peace of mind when away from home by purchasing a security camera. But once it’s installed, how do you store all the footage that’s being captured? Just like the hundreds of snapshots you take with the camera you bring on vacations, finding a place to unload all that data can be the trickiest part of planning your at-home security system.