The ever-advancing web is continuously lowering the cost of online collaborative solutions and improving usability. Although we all know this intuitively, many people who don’t closely follow the latest innovations in technology are not away of the number of free solutions available to organizations. This article discusses how to go about leveraging these technologies.
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By now, many people are familiar with Cybersquatting – a process whereby a person registers a domain name in bad faith with the intent of reselling it later for a profit. Recent legislation has made it easier for trademark holders and famous persons to obtain their domains from squatters, but the process is by no […]
To web, or not to web, that is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler in business to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous consultant costs or to take arms against a sea of technological doubts, and by opposing, end them. Since recently becoming active in the LinkedIn question and answer section, I’ve seen no fewer […]
Today I answered a question on LinkedIn regarding a fledgling company’s pursuit of a software development firm in order to commercialize their idea. I was fascinated to read the other answers, which predominately focused on the process whereas I focused on the people. That’s when it struck me… People solve problems, not processes. I know […]