We all are constantly on our phones, but maybe you want to visit that website or check that social media account without revealing more information about where you are.
2020 will be the year of 5G. With the rapidly evolving technology ecosystem, 5G has its focus beyond just better speed. 5G is an extension of the IoT ecosystem that will connect billions of devices in real time.
Communication technologies have continued to play a key role in enabling small business growth. Effective communication technologies assist entrepreneurs to improve productivity and serve customers with improved efficiency. The cost of these communication technologies however can prove detrimental to business growth if not managed well. Here are some ways in which small businesses can maximise on the use of communication technologies without negatively and substantially affecting profit margins.
Drivers and fleet managers are embracing the normality of smartphone and tablet devices, making them commonplace in their day-to-day life. Growing pains are inevitable, however, and Kevin Frey, director of warehousing and distribution at Preferred Meals, along with Aimee Schmalzle, senior director of digital and demand generation at Ryder System, Inc., joined Fleet Owner’s webinar discussion this week to share insights on the benefits of staying connected.
Like FusionCloud 6.3, the latest version promises automated heterogenous computing and all-flash storage integration, active-active disaster recovery, seamless migration between public and private clouds, as well as support for Huawei Cloud services, its operating system – FusionSphere – and management through APIs.
For many years, colocation was the most popular form of server hosting for businesses that needed more than a small infrastructure deployment, but, over the last decade, the cloud has become the default choice for many businesses. Cloud servers are convenient, flexible, and scalable. Unlike colocation, the cloud requires little upfront investment. Nevertheless, colocation has a role to play in businesses that want complete control over their infrastructure, but don’t want to build and manage a data centre.