Now is an exciting time for technology resellers to be tapping into the global market. With numerous cloud-based service providers expanding and in need of IT equipment to be shipped from home in order to offer comparable amenities in other countries, resellers can begin to find business elsewhere. This is especially beneficial because local markets are growing stale and beginning to dry up. This also helps resellers to foster fresh working relationships. Once you provide clients with the proper infrastructure to send quality signals, and prove yourself to be a reliable partner in the global distribution process, clients overseas are more likely to hire you again as they continue to pave the way for themselves internationally. [Read more…] about Solutions To Global Distribution Issues
The classified ad may be as old as Ancient Rome, but the classified as we understand it today (or until recently), came about in England in the 1600s, when people posted notices in public about lost property and rewards. It quickly became a regular part of newspapers in the 1700s and turned into a steady source of revenue for newspapers. Today, it seems incredible that anyone looks at newspaper classifieds at all, and itâ€™s all because of the internet.
Online classified sites like Kijiji have quickly become central to the way people live in cities. Theyâ€™re not just marketplaces for used goods like books, furniture, and big-ticket items like cars. Theyâ€™ve become essential marketplaces for real estate, service ads, job postings, and more. You can use online classifieds to find and rent a new apartment, hire the movers, sell your old DVD collection, and replace your furniture. They even compete with real estate listings for homes and condos, not to mention used car classifieds. There is a world of new markets out there for you to tap into, and customers looking online for goods and services. [Read more…] about Unlock New Business With Classified Ads
The world of metrology is undergoing some major changes this year and will continue to make incredible transformations in years to come. All of these changes are spurred on by whatâ€™s being called the â€œFourth Industrial Revolution,â€ or Industry 4.0, a new method of manufacturing in which automated inspection is more important than ever. The concept relies on cyber-physical systems in which the Internet of Things connects tools to products, and tools to one another. Itâ€™s a data-driven approach that allows manufacturers to collect, analyze, and quickly respond to insights gathered from massive data sets. Collecting and analyzing all of that data is where new metrology software and equipment comes in. [Read more…] about Faster Scanning And Smart Manufacturing: The Future Of Metrology
For years HBO has threatened those who illegally download its hit show Game of Thrones with strongly worded letters. Put into context, HBOâ€™s gentle reminder that Game of Thrones is available legally through an online subscription makes sense from a business standpoint. The premiere of its seventh season saw over 90 million streamers pirating the episode, all of whom didnâ€™t pay a single dollar to the specialty provider. Though a download doesnâ€™t necessarily mean HBO has lost a sale, it does imply its losing potential millions in subscription fees.
Someone on the web took umbrage to these letters in August and decided to hit back. HBO was the target of a security breach that leaked roughly 1.5 terabytes of confidential information onto the web. So far, only 3.4 gigabytes of information has seen the light of day, but hackers threaten to leak the remaining data if an undisclosed ransom isnâ€™t met. [Read more…] about HBO Hacked As It Cracks Down On Illegal Streamers