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More options for financial advisors

Friday, February 15, 2013

Personal financial advisors can often feel like they're buried in papers. With tax documents, income information and investment portfolios piling up all the time, it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of everything. This is a problem even in ideal situations, but when clients are busy, hard to reach or far away... Read More
Even as internet and tech giants battle for superiority in the cloud computing market, small and medium-sized businesses can take advantage of the services. The technology is changing the way businesses operate and revolutionizing how companies store and back up important information... Read More

As more Americans enter the housing market, buyers, sellers, realtors, and lenders are increasingly turning to mobile apps and the cloud to get deals done.  From faxing a loan document using a mobile app to managing calls and voicemails professionally using a virtual phone number, mortgage brokers are now, more than ever before, able to cut the cord to the office and still make the sale...

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More doctors using mobile devices

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Time is of the essence when it comes to healthcare. Medical professionals are always looking for new strategies to streamline their basic responsibilities and improve overall efficiency.

Additionally, doctors regularly implement new technology to increase communication with other health care providers and patients. A new report has found that a growing number of physicians are turning to smartphones and tablets to connect with co-workers and clients...

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Online Fax Users Save On Expensive Ink

Monday, January 21, 2013

As the economy struggles to recover, small business owners have attempted to reduce overhead expenses and find budget-friendly solutions to everyday practices.

One of the most costly expenses is printer ink. Computerworld recently reported that ink can sometimes cost upward of $80 per ounce . Federico De Silva, an analyst from Gartner, told the news source that shoppers don't worry about new cartridges when shopping for printers... Read More

More Businesses Turning to the Cloud

Monday, January 14, 2013

Entrepreneurs used to view cloud storage as a means to back up important data.

In the event of an emergency, copied files were saved online so that they were accessible on different computers. Small business owners now use cloud services as alternatives to locally storing documents and downloading software...

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