Businesses should ensure they're listed on all the different mapping and location databases available in the market.
From bits-and-bytes to brick-and-mortar, entrepreneur Howard Lo looks at how tech impacts a small business.
Howard spent 14 years in the tech industry working as a programmer, evangelist, and community manager for Microsoft. In 2009, he had lived his "dream" of middle-management long enough and opened a Japanese restaurant called Standing Sushi Bar. Trading in stock grants and software licenses for raw fish and cash, he enjoys mixing his passion for technology into the daily hustle of small business.
As Facebook refines its search processes with Graph Search, learn how to maximize your business's chances of showing up in relevant search results.
Paranoia, anger, and fear--all posted on a status update. Why don't you just change your privacy settings?
Booking sites have expanded from restaurants to hair salons and even medical appointments. What is the next step to help small business in Asia offer online bookings?
With so many cloud storage services available, a small business should definitely utilize them to store and sync critical files.
Just because you're a small business doesn't mean you can't tap the benefits of big data, too.
Microsoft makes a bold gamble by ignoring customer feedback about the Modern Windows 8 interface. Is this a case of the customer is wrong or is Microsoft ahead of its time and forcing us all to catch up?
With so many customers carrying smartphones, there are several ways a business can plug into the most personal of devices to enhance service.
Hardware specs = irrelevant. OS features = meh. Useful apps available = everything. Microsoft needs to liberate its cash hoard and get the same critical apps available to iOS and Android users as soon as possible.
Hardware specs are dead. Comparing these between different phones is pointless, when we should be looking at what matters more.