New gadgets are constantly being invented (or re-invented depending on how you look at it) with otherworldly technologies to make life easier and more manageable. While some devices may be handy in the office, the popular gadgets today are those that increase mobility giving you the flexibility to work anywhere with limitless resources.
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The New Mobile Pen Scanner from Hammacher Schlemmer
Customer Relationship Management, or CRM for short, is the implementation of software and processes that are designed to assist companies with managing customer purchasing behaviors and trends in order to improve sales targeting and marketing strategies, among other things. It is easy to confuse Customer Relationship Management with Customer service. Customer service deals specifically with the interaction of a company’s employees with clients, customers or the public in general. You know how important customer service is if you’ve ever had bad service, especially if that service was so bad that you never patronized the company ever again. But that is not CRM. CRM is the process of using sales statistics and analysis to improve the way that your company interfaces with your customers in order to improve business. For instance, a grocery store that offers a savings card will store your shopping patterns in their computer whenever you shop. The benefit to you the customer is that you get more coupons that are more sharply targeted to the products that you tend to buy. The benefit to the company employing CRM techniques and or software is that you will more likely use those coupons at their store, thus increasing the company’s sales through improved targeted marketing strategies
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Improving your business with a CRM System
The Windows Phone team today announced on its blog that they public a beta version of the Facebook Windows Phone app to test with users new features (and a new user interface) before rolling it out to the general public.
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[tl;dr] Facebook for Windows Phone breaks out of its Metro shell
NEW YORK: TAIWANESE COMPUTER FIRM Acer unveiled what it claims is the first hybrid and convertible touchscreen ultrabook laptop at an event in New York on Friday, called the Acer Aspire P3. Promoted by Acer as a hybrid and a convertible in one, the notebook can transform into a tablet via its “chiclet” keyboard, which allows the display to either fold back onto itself, or completely detach from the keyboard altogether
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Acer announces the Aspire P3 ultrabook with Windows 8
One of the best, but most underrated new features in Windows 8 is a mechanism that makes the reinstallation process relatively quick and completely painless. There was a time when it seemed that almost every article about addressing problems in Windows suggested reinstalling Windows from scratch.
Windows 8′s Easy Reinstall
I never quite understood what a BlackBerry was suppose to be, especially after the smartphone revolution. For the past few weeks, I’ve been playing with a BlackBerry Z10 and it has only left me more puzzled where BlackBerry sits in a world of much more capable devices and platforms. The Z10 device is well-built, solid and sturdy device but it doesn’t look too different from a typical smartphone, albeit big but not heavy
[tl;dr] Hands on with BlackBerry Z10
The Wall Street Journal reported today that Microsoft is working on a touch-enabled watch device.
“ Predictably Irrational ” is one of my favorite non-fiction books and it’s author Dan Ariely , an esteemed behavioral economist, recently gave a TEDx presentation about the motivations of work beyond just money. Although the presentation itself holds a lot of merit, I want to draw attention to his interesting story of an unnamed “big software company in Seattle”.