We all know if we’re in a niche market or just starting out, our business highly depends on know-how, information and/or repeating processes.
There’s one big problem, though: how do you find employees and keep them loyal? I know the feeling well. It’s an uncomfortable process to trust your livelihood to other people. The things you do are how you eat. It’s how you take care of your family. It’s how you pay the bills. Depends on what you do for a living but probably the problem is, there’re not that many barriers to entry.
You teach someone how to find customers for your business, deliver the order, keep the business running, then they pretty much have everything [...]
Customer service is the foundation of almost every business, but in an age of technology, the goalposts are gradually changing. Thanks to innovations with artificial intelligence systems and robots, customer service doesn’t automatically mean human-on-human contact anymore. Indeed, with companies such as Samsung adding robotic vacuums to digital assistants like Amazon, it seems as though much of our daily lives will soon fall under the influence of automated technology.
However, as impressive as modern technology is, there are some that say nothing can really replace that personal touch we receive from a real person. Yes, computers might be more efficient and not get [...]
A company from the United Kingdom called The British Condom announced the world’s first intelligent wearable condom, i-Con. There is a chip inside the condom and it’s non-disposable, also can be used as many times as you want.
The chip inside the condom connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth and measures your body heat and gives you many performance reports including calories burned, average/max/min speed and total time you spent during the sexual intercourse.
Unlike conventional condoms, iCon can be used many times, not just one time and owes its intelligence to the nanochip inside. It’s actually not a condom, it’s a ring that sits at the [...]
Google’s email service Gmail today announced that it has increased the email attachment limit to 50MB from 25MB. From now on, all users will be able to send or receive up to 50MB files or documents through e-mail attachments.
Gmail users are now able to use Gmail instead of Cloud alternatives like Google Drive, Dropbox, or Wetransfer for high sized files. The only caveat comes with the update is the receiver should also be using Gmail, because other e-mail clients generally do not allow such large e-mail to be received or sent
This update will cover all G Suite users, ie anyone using Gmail. Google also stated that the update process is expected to be completed in [...]