Artificial intelligence (AI) continues to take hold in the tech industry because it creates new opportunities to conduct business quickly and efficiently. AI is getting more capable and accessible for consumer-level devices, such as Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, and Google’s Assistant.
Modern businesses are extremely reliant on their technology to the extent that they find themselves facing increasingly enormous data sets. In most organizations, that data is easily their most valuable commodity. Yet, it’s the ability to make sense of all this data that enables an organization to leverage technology to its fullest potential and remain at the forefront of innovation.
Whether it concerns consumer products or business analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence are two of the hottest topics in the world of technology these days.
Last year, Gartner labeled machine learning one of the defining technology trends that businesses needed to track to maintain their competitive advantages.
Small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) today may still have the same interior design, office furniture, and employees, but one thing has clearly changed in recent years: technology.
21st century organizations are realizing the value of implementing the latest IT solutions, and thanks to that they are working faster than ever, more flexible than ever, and have become real contenders in the market.
Dynamics CRM, Microsoft’s customer relationship management software, is now known as Dynamics 365. It’s still the full suite of intelligent business applications containing CRM capabilities, but now with a new name.
But that’s not all that’s new about Dynamics.
The world of IT never gets boring, and new trends rise and fall at a rapid pace. Last year, wearable technology and AI chatbots were all the rage. And in the past six months, tech companies have released cutting-edge upgrades and tools that could certainly transform the way you do business, and companies quick to understand and embrace these trends can gain enormous success.
CRM systems are evolving at a swift pace, with new productivity-boosting features rolling out every month. In fact, according to Gartner, the CRM market grew to $26.3 billion in 2015, and this year it’s expected to hit $36.5 billion.
The functionality of CRM software is causing a shift in how businesses interact with clients and market their products and services.
What tech fads has your SMB recently written off as silly and not worth your time? 3D printing, internet of things…Pokémon GO? Juvenile as they may seem at first, these trends helped to make a lot of businesses a lot of money. Navigating the quickly rising and falling auspices of the tech world may seem […]
The decision to migrate from an on-site SharePoint system to a cloud-based Office 365 solution isn’t one that most small or medium-sized businesses take lightly. In fact, though the popularity of Office 365 and other cloud-hosted platforms continues to soar, plenty of companies still have legacy SharePoint systems in place for at least part of […]