Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere it seems. At this juncture, AI proves invaluable in optimizing business operations and processes, but the applications of the technology are far more advanced than just building added efficiency. Let’s briefly go into five ways AI can enhance business efficiency and foster optimal performance.
AI might feel like a technology perfectly at home in the world of science fiction, but the truth is that most of its uses are not nearly as interesting or fun. Take, for example, Operation Green Light, an initiative from Google that aims to better society through examining AI for traffic control and its impact on the environment.
Deciding to upgrade your Point of Sale (POS) system isn’t always a choice businesses willingly make, often due to the challenges faced during the initial implementation and the subsequent learning curve for employees. However, like any other business computer, regular updates are crucial for ensuring optimal efficiency in handling customer demand.
Technological innovation can be exciting, but one topic that is decidedly unsexy with technology is data backup—at least, from an excitement point of view. More businesses are demanding greater data security and redundancy, which is in turn forcing developers to innovate and create better products that can give consumers and enterprises what they need. Let’s look at three of the more interesting features of these up-and-coming data backup solutions.
Updating your Point of Sale (POS) system isn’t a choice that most businesses would make if they were to have the choice. They typically have long memories of the pain it was to implement the system and how there was a major learning curve for all of their employees. Unfortunately, POS systems are like any other business computer, they need to be updated regularly to ensure that your business is able to efficiently handle customer demand.
The presence of a continuity strategy holds immense significance. When discussing continuity plans, one often encounters the term “failover.” Let’s take a look into the concept of failover and explore various facets associated with it.
“If a craftsman wants to do good work, he must first sharpen his tools.” Like so many of the other quotes attributed to Confucious, this phrase is no less true today, even in the realm of business technology. It should come as no surprise that implementing the right technology for your particular business needs will produce greater results. The real question is how to identify the technology that will contribute to the overall success of your organization.
Communication often goes unnoticed but plays a crucial role in efficient business operations, supporting various functions to some extent. Therefore, investing in the right tools can significantly enhance your business. In today’s context, one such tool is Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
Choosing what type of hardware is right for your business and when it is time to upgrade away from the hardware you use are two considerations every single business has to make. These days there are a lot of options available to decision makers that weren’t available in the past. This both makes these hardware decisions easier and more time consuming because there are more variables that people have to weigh. Let’s go through some of them today.
Seemingly everyone has a smartphone nowadays, and with the smartphone comes apps. Mobile apps fuel the largest computing ecosystems in the world and, as a result, the question may have to be asked, “Does my business need a mobile app?” Whether it’s a good idea depends on your specific business goals, target audience, and resources. In this article, we will take a look at the pros and cons of developing a mobile app for your business.