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How Has Technology Brought Efficiency in Business?

How Has Technology Brought Efficiency in Business?

Technology
Think back to how business was done a few decades ago. There was no email, Internet, mobile marketing, telecommuting or smartphones. Now communications are instantaneous, huge amounts of information move through email and the Internet and powerful tools are in the hands of owners and employees. Innovations in technology have improved operations at companies of all sizes and helped turn small local businesses into global businesses. Small businesses need to wring every ounce of productivity out of their operations and technology tools help employees get tasks done more quickly. This may range from printing out marketing materials to providing customer service through email or online chat. The key is to keep employees focused when using technology and to use it appropriately with th...
WhatsApp to soon have verified accounts

WhatsApp to soon have verified accounts

social media
According to a new beta version of WhatsApp, the messaging App will soon have a verified account with green ticks for businesses. The WhatsApp Verified account will have a green tick next to it, just like verified accounts on Facebook, Twitter have a blue tick next to them. WhatsApp’s new feature will be rolling out soon, and the company has also put out a detailed blogpost explaining this. The blogpost reads, “WhatsApp is exploring ways for you to communicate with the businesses that matter to you. Some business accounts have been verified by WhatsApp. If you see a green badge next to a contact’s name, it means that WhatsApp has confirmed that the phone number of this contact belongs to a business account.”  So how will you know that the WhatsApp account is verified as a busi
Airtel launches new broadband Internet service

Airtel launches new broadband Internet service

Broadband
Telecommunications service provider, Airtel has unveiled its newly introduced Unlimited Data plans to boost mobile broadband connectivity. According to airtel, the plan will empower and create more prosperity opportunities for telecoms consumers as well as boost mobile internet broadband connectivity. The Home Broadband Service, allows customers to share data with colleagues, friends and family members with and the new package will empower telecoms consumers to have access to unlimited internet service at reasonable cost. “Airtel is committed to pioneering innovation, superior data experience and affordability.“Our new Unlimited is truly unlimited as we have stretched the threshold to deliver up to 100GB to telecoms consumers so that they can empower more people within their circle of
Age is no barrier when embracing new technology.

Age is no barrier when embracing new technology.

Technology
In the rapidly evolving world of technology, which influences so much of our lives now, we tend to equate innovation with youth. But creativity isn’t the sole preserve of the young in any field — and there is no reason why older people should not be playing more of a role in designing the future. Millennials still think that older workers are slower at getting to grips with technology Over 50s are often considered to be resistant to change and even ‘technophobic’. But this is nothing more than a stereotype that is past its sell-by date, according to a new study by Dropbox and market research firm Ipsos Mori. The two companies surveyed 4073 workers about their use of technology in the workplace. Of these, 984 were aged between 45 and 54 and 1337 of the survey group were 55+. Th
Opera Report: African women use mobile internet more heavily than men

Opera Report: African women use mobile internet more heavily than men

Internet
A study undertaken by global software company Opera and digital reading non-profit Worldreader revealed that women in these three African countries are as tech savvy as men when it comes to browsing the internet using their mobile phones. Women are using their browsers as often as men, with the majority of female survey respondents in Kenya and Nigeria (60%) stating that they access their mobile browsers more than eight times a day to do various internet activities. Opera ran a survey of 1,500 women and men aged 14 to 44 in Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa in May 2017 to learn more about their web browsing habits on their mobile phones. The poll results were later combined with Worldreader insights on the mobile reading habits of 50,000 Worldreader app users in the three countries ab...