A 2016 predictions article already? We are only in July!
With the July 29th release of Windows 10 now announced, the cracks in the Microsoft barrier have started appearing. The first big leak came at the end of 2014 when screenshots of a new Windows operating system were released into the wild. Windows 10 (or rather 9, as we presumed it would be called back then – cheerio, logic!) was looking good, and we awaited further announcements.
There are huge benefits to using cloud computing, in particular for small and new businesses. There are new start-ups coming onto the scene regularly with products that support businesses such as collaboration tool Slack, expense workflow Expensify and even small business accounting system FreeAgent.
You most certainly would have already heard of the term cloud computing and may even wonder what it actually means.
I came across a great article published by Microsoft describing five ways that SMEs are being more competitive and productive in Europe. In a Nutshell:
- Embrace Cloud Computing
- Be more mobile
- Dump the outdated technology
- Maximise sales with CRM tools
- Focus more on running the busniness
Read all about it here: