Wednesday, May 22, 2013
So, if you do want to pursue high careers goals in MBA, you have to pick the right school. I’ll help you out a little bit in this article. This is my list of the best business schools in the US.
University of Chicago
Booth school has the oldest doctoral program in business in the US. Six graduates have become Nobel Prize winners. Isn’t it incredible? Booth school has two campuses in Chicago, as well as programs in Singapore and of course London!
Harvard Business School
University of Pennsylvania
Aleksey has been in a major business league for years. He has been playing with stocks, so knows exactly how to exchange e-currencies to stay profitable. Ask him for more help if you want!
Wednesday, May 22, 2013 by Tech News 24h · 0
Sunday, May 19, 2013
What are the 4 new trends in home business for 2013?
These 4 new trends in home business for 2013 have been the sole drivers towards achieving a successful financial system of many countries. I believe with the government effort and support on the above 2013 home based business trends are one way of achieving a stable economy with more jobs, more economic growth and development can be a reality in most countries.
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Thursday, May 16, 2013
The Far-Reaching Benefits of Internet Resumes
Google Searches Lead to Success
Social Media's Impact on Your Online Reputation
Blogging About Your Expertise
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Wednesday, May 15, 2013
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Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Public relations is important for building your brand and your reputation with the public. PR has grown in leaps and bounds with technology. PR professionals now use social media, email marketing and dabble in search engine optimisation. All this makes PR very powerful and those not using PR will fall behind. Making use of PR means your company name will be wide spread via social media and the news, your brand will be built upon and your name and reputation will become more powerful amongst the public.
The aim of using PR for your company is to get your brand and name well known with a great reputation. Getting your company name out there is a positive light means the interest in your business will be increased and in turn your profit should increase too.
Choosing to put your company in the hands of a professional is the best way to get the most out of your Public relations strategy. By choosing a reputable public relations company you can rest assure that you are getting the best public relations management possible. The key to PR is contacts and experience. In the case of PR it’s what you know AND who you know. PR agencies spend a lot of time building contacts and relationships in order to maximise their clients PR strategies. If you choose to manage PR in house you may find you struggle when it comes to putting out news stories and press releases. Use a professional agency to see the biggest return on your investment.
Within PR lots of industry specialised companies have emerged over the last ten years. Public relations has grown immensely and the need for area specialised companies has too. A PR company that specialises in Technology will have a wealth of contacts built up in the technology industry, boast experts in both PR and technology, be up to date with all the recent technology news and understand exactly where your company and/or product fits into the market. A specialist tech PR agency is the answer to any company in the technology industries problems. Using tech PR means your brand will grow alongside the public’s awareness of your company and your reputation. Using tech PR you will see results almost instantly, they might start small, but as your brand is built within the technology industry you will see the benefits grow and grow. The aim is to become a leading brand of your industry and the only way to make this happen is to use tech PR.
Eilidh MacRae works for Eclat who offer specialist technology PR near London. She would reccomend using tech PR to promote your technology company.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 by Tech News 24h · 0
Monday, May 13, 2013
Here are four critical elements that will affect the way companies do business in the future.
As more and more companies enter the online marketplace, customer service will become even more important as a distinguishing factor for similar businesses. Companies with superior service skills will earn repeat business, allowing them to improve their market position and enhancing their credibility in this expanding global marketplace. Providing value-added services for repeat customers and maintaining open lines of communication with consumers can allow even smaller companies to make big moves in the Internet environment.
The environment will continue to be a major issue in national and global politics. Global warming will be of particular concern. Companies that take steps now to reduce their carbon footprint and implement green tech processes will reap benefits in corporate reputation and consumer trust in the months and years to come. Reducing pollution and minimizing waste in packaging and processing are important elements in this green-friendly approach to business. On a related note, the dwindling supplies of fossil fuels will open up significant opportunities for companies that convert to solar and wind energies now as well as for businesses that produce elements of these advanced alternative energy systems.
The day of the general purpose corporation is over. Today, the most effective strategy for small to medium-sized businesses is to specialize in a niche market and create innovative new products and strategies designed to own that niche in the consumer marketplace. Innovation is the key to success in the Internet age; companies that adhere to the old playbook are likely to find themselves outmaneuvered by smaller, more agile competitors.
Companies already rely on computers to help them with ongoing tasks that include the following:
Many of these elements are already making their presence felt in today's business environment. By creating strategies to address these emerging challenges now, companies can boost their chances of long-term success in the business marketplace of the future.
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Sunday, May 12, 2013
This application lets two Smartphones bump physically against each other to transfer information between the two devices like social events, calendars, photos, contact numbers and other documents through the internet. In addition, the app lets you bump your photos into your computer. The app is free for downloading and is available to both Apple's iOS and Google's Android. This is the most ideal app for keeping your contact information intact. It eliminates the need for business cards.
This app lets you share, access, edit and create Microsoft Office files straight from your Smartphone. This app lets you fully control presentations, spreadsheets and documents through Scribd, Box, Google Docs, Dropbox, MobileMe and numerous others.
This app lets you sync your wireless device with your Google Calendar. You can update and alter your Google Calendar virtually anywhere. This app lets you send out invitations, share and create your schedule, and view your coworkers' calendars to be able to plan ahead. The app is entirely free for the iPhone. The sole requirement is that you hold a Google account.
This app offers an easy method of viewing, managing and tracking your finances from every bank account you have in a secure and safe manner. Mint automatically categorizes and pulls in your transactions. It generates a budget that is based on your spending, and it summarizes all the activities that involve your bank accounts. The app is entirely free. All you need to do is to sign up for a free account from www.mint.com and all your personal bank accounts to obtain your secure PIN. It is available for the Android and the iPhone.
Social networks are becoming increasingly popular for small or home businesses. Facebook will let people become friends with or fans of your business. From the connection you establish, they will view your status updates inside their Newsfeed and they can click on various statuses to comment on them. You may utilize Twitter to connect with potential clients and offer short messages that tag other businesses or people inside them. LinkedIn is a network for professionals that lets people post their work experience and their resume, along with connecting with business owners, employees and clients. These three apps on your Smartphone will let you remain connected with your networks the entire time. They are all free.
This app lets you scan whiteboards, receipts, documents, notes, business cards and others, and save them to your Smartphone. Scanner lets you alter the resolution and file size, reorder and delete pages, preview pdf versions and fax the documents.
Having these apps will improve the running of your home business significantly as they reduce the need for a computer and make tasks easier. These days making money from mobile apps is also a possibility. That’s how far mobile technology has gone. This Rippln review should show you the way.
Sunday, May 12, 2013 by Tech News 24h · 0
Friday, May 10, 2013
Creating a start-up company in college is a great way to excel in business while getting ahead of your own peers who are also your age. There are many start-ups that are worth millions now that were originally launched by college students, helping to launch and further their own professional careers and future outlooks. Some of the latest start-ups that are worth more than a million dollars today were founded by those simply looking to create innovative products, services and ideas on and offline, helping to benefit others in a variety of ways.
GXStudios is a company that was founded out of Yale University, giving students a chance to "claim territory" that is similar to the game of Risk, but relevant for college campuses and other universities. Currently, more than 40,000 students use the game and are actively involved in playing and claiming territory each day. Each school battles to claim territory by checking in and virtually connecting with others. The company is now focused in Manhattan and has raise over $1 million in venture capital.
Green Mobile was launched in 2004 out of the University of Missouri by Brian Laoruangroch. Brian offers refurbished phones to help with generating a profit while also protecting the environment from consuming too many materials and goods which are already available. In its first year, his hobby earned him a cool $500,000 in revenue, and eventually he expanded to a kiosk at the local mall. Once he was confident in his company's potential, Laoruangroch decided to borrow money from his parents and was given a $50,000 loan to pay for a retail storefront.
ZW Enterprises is a company based out of the University of Indiana, which as of 2009 generated more than $1 million in revenue. ZW Enterprises was created to outlast traditional energy and fruit punch drinks that are often filled with sugar which later cause energy crashes during the day. Instead, the drink Punch is delicious and also helps to fulfill traditional dietary needs, making it a great alternative to many energy drinks and canned sodas on the market today.
Give Water is a water company that was first started out of the University of Pennsylvania, with Ben Lewis, the company's founder, selling water out of the trunk of his own car. Each bottle that is sold helps to donate to charities around the world. The water bottles all signify various charities, some which are local and others, worldwide. A green labeled water bottle will help to donate to environmental-friendly charities, whereas a pink labeled bottle helps to contribute money to breast cancer research. In just 18 months, Give Water generated approximately $650,000 in total revenue.
Lingt Language is a company that was launched out of MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), which features recordings of audio including prompts to help students study and learn a new language without the traditional methods often used. There is also a Lingt Editor, a software program available to teachers which allows professors and teachers alike to create lesson plans using audio and video materials, easing the entire process of teaching an entire classroom of students with the implementation of technology and by using tools online.
Launching a start up company in college or at any time in your life is ideal if you are looking for new ways to branch out into business or to further potential opportunities that are available to you. With the right idea and target audience, it is possible to get the capital you need to bring your business into light.
Friday, May 10, 2013 by Tech News 24h · 0
Entrepreneurs play a vital role in the process of shaping society and the world. While there are billions of entrepreneurs out there trying to make a living, a select few have risen above the rest to change the world. Here are five of the most successful entrepreneurs in the history of business and how they have impacted all of us.
What kind of a list of top entrepreneurs would leave out Steve Jobs? He had one of the most amazing mind that the world has ever seen. He helped pioneer the personal computer market, revolutionized animated movies with Pixar, and came up with numerous inventions with Apple. Devices like the iPod, the iPhone, and the iPad are in existence thanks to this man. Not many can claim a legacy as profound as Steve Jobs.
Jeff Bezos is another one of the premier entrepreneurs that the world has ever seen. Jeff is the founder of a company by the name of Amazon. Amazon has evolved into the premier online retailer where pretty much every product imaginable is bought and sold. They help to make it popular and easy to buy online. They also came up with a popular device called the Kindle and made the e-book fashionable. They have engaged in a number of other endeavors as well to help change society for the better.
Henry Ford was one of the most amazing men of the last 200 years. While he may not have been that much different from regular men in a lot of areas, he was set apart by his persistence and vision. He insisted that his team of engineers could come up with a combustion engine. While it took a considerable amount of time to pull off, he made it happen. He also helped pioneer the assembly line and made it possible for the average family to have a car to get them around. His impact on society cannot be denied, as having a vehicle is now seen as a necessity in today's world.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin are two of the most brilliant minds that the world has ever seen. They co-founded Google together and have spearheaded a number of great products being introduced to the world. While their primary offering at Google is the search engine, there have been hundreds of other products launched. Items like Google Docs, Google Drive, Google Play, Google Chrome, Google Glass, and the Android operating system are a few of the amazing innovations that they helped come up with. Their contributions to society have profoundly changed the world. Now, when someone needs to know something, they just use the name of the company as a verb. "Googling" something you don't know is now a normal procedure for most people.
Reed Hastings is another entrepreneur that has had a major impact on the way the world operates. Hastings founded Netflix, the movie rental and streaming company that has taken the world by storm. After forgetting to return a movie himself, he sought to create a better movie rental system that would be more affordable for the average person. After becoming popular with a movies through the mail plan, Netflix made the jump to streaming content directly to people's homes. Now, it seems like almost everyone has a Netflix account streaming to some device at home.
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Thursday, May 9, 2013
Remote Working & Multi Locations
Unfortunately, the social networking issue is a double-edged sword. Personal social networking not only drains employee productivity, but deters honest employees from disciplined web usage. 86% of the IT managers surveyed in the MessageLabs report said that they are concerned about employees wasting time on social networking and similar sites, while 53% of the IT managers found it a challenge to enforce satisfactory Internet usage policies in a consistent way, a challenge.
Big Data is moving from a focus on individual projects to an influence on enterprises’ strategic information architecture. Dealing with data volume, variety, velocity and complexity is forcing IT managers to make changes to many traditional approaches. This realization is leading organizations to abandon the concept of a single enterprise data warehouse containing all information needed for decisions. Instead they are moving towards multiple systems, including content management, data warehouses, data marts and specialized file systems tied together with data services and metadata, which will become the "logical" enterprise data warehouse.
What this means for IT managers is that the era of PC dominance with Windows as the single business platform will be replaced with a post-PC era where Windows is just one of a variety of environments IT will need to support within the company.
Brian King works for Opsview Ltd, a leading provider of application and network monitoring software writing content for the Opsview website and blogs. Brian’s been working in the IT industry for over 15 years with experience of networking, hardware, software and information management.
Thursday, May 9, 2013 by Tech News 24h · 0