May 17, 2013 · Leave a Comment.........
Google Adds New Features to Google Wallet Service
Without a doubt, Google Wallet is a really innovative payment service. It relies on NFC technology to make mobile payments. That offers many advantages. However, Wallet still does not enjoy the customers attention PayPal gets. That is mainly because most stores and mobile devices have not adopted the new system. Although, from Google do not reveal the number of Wallet users, the general assumptions are that it is more than modest. In addition, the fact that many key figures behind Google Wallet fled the company may suggest some issues.
April 24, 2013 · Leave a Comment.........
Starting up a small business can be risky and at the same time profitable and fun. In order to open a beauty and hair salon, there are some core basics related not only to business itself, but to the beauty industry, you need to take into account. Making those first critical steps is always hard, but with a good, step-by-step business plan and a large dose of enthusiasm, you can achieve your goal – to run your own hair salon. Read more
March 1, 2013 · Leave a Comment.........
Microsoft Corp. just launched three new versions of Office 365. This is part of the company’s new strategy to attract more business clients.
The new editions of Office 365 for business feature also updated versions of SharePoint Online, Microsoft Lync , as well as Exchange. In addition, consumers can install and use the Office programs on up to five different devices. Read more
February 14, 2013 · Leave a Comment.........
An UAE government body did not approve of the draft legislation for lighter control on companies owned by foreigners in the United Arab Emirates. The reasons for that are mainly related to security concerns, as well as the bigger local competition that is expected to result from the draft. Read more
January 31, 2013 · Leave a Comment.........
Today, business establishments and entreprises focus more and more on selling their products. As a result, often some cheat or sting their clients. Moreover, many fail to offer the best customer service possible. This could be due to a various reasons, such as lack of knowledge and skills.
January 19, 2013 · Leave a Comment.........
The Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED) issued 1,372 various types of business licenses in Dubai in December 2012, a 6% increase from the 1,297 licenses issued in December 2011, reflecting robust growth and stability across key economic sectors in the emirate. A majority of the new licences issued compared to the same period in 2011 was in the tourism sector (42%), followed by the professional (10%) and commercial (5%) sectors. Read more
January 16, 2013 · Leave a Comment.........
Regulations governing sales, warranties, exchanges and refunds in the new sectors are part of the latest edition
The Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection (CCCP) sector in the Department of Economic Development – Dubai, has released the second edition of the ‘Blue Book’ on laws governing relations between retailers and customers across key business sectors. Read more
January 2, 2013 · Leave a Comment.........
Commercial license holders have six months from today to get permits issued
The Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai has asked all commercial license holders in the UAE to get permits for their warehouses in Dubai within the next six months. All existing and new warehouses in Dubai except those in the free zones should obtain the permit. Read more
December 23, 2012 · Leave a Comment.........
Today, small businesses make up more than 90% of all Office 365 users. The service is used by thousands of small companies.
Confidently Moving Forward
Office 365 makes small companies more confident to compete, grow and focus on their primary mission to help their clients. This productivity service, which is based on cloud technology, offers companies the best solution to establish, cooperate and communicate by providing business-directed email, Web conferences, and access to files from anywhere.
The Business Development Manager and Engineer of C&I Engineering, Jared Walther, says that no matter the issue with which companies are faced, Office 365 can provide tools that can overcome it.
Small business are now presented with the opportunity to try out Office 365 absolutely free of charge. Starting December the 17th, Microsoft Corp. will make available a free trial of Office 365 for firms which have up to 10 users. In addition, for some companies the trial will work for 90 full days. Businesses which want to take advantage of the offer, must sign up for it by the end of February 2013.
Small companies, which buy and install a copy of Microsoft Office Professional 2010 or Microsoft Office Home & Business 2010, will get a 90-day Office 365 Small Business Premium trial for free. The trial can be used by not more than 5 different users. With Office 365 Small Business Premium you get all the power offered by Office 365 for small business services in the form of Office software which can be used on both Macs and PCs. For further detail on the offer, make sure you visit Office.com/offer.
Small business owners who need help in moving to the cloud can go to the Microsoft Partner Network. There they will get assistance by established partners with lots of experience.
The Choice is Obvious
You should not risk your business by using services that are not stable or are out of date. With Office 365 small businesses can achieve a lot faster. In addition, the program was developed by a company that is dedicated to your enduring success.
Therefore, it is not surprising that such a big number of small companies now use Office 365. Owners of small businesses choose this service because of the privacy, security and features it offers them and their company. But most importantly they have trust in Microsoft and its long years of experience.
December 5, 2012 · Leave a Comment.........
Cyber-threats are predicted to be to be the number one risk to businesses within the next two years, according to the latest survey from B2B International in conjunction with Kaspersky Lab. The survey, involving over 3,300 IT specialists in 22 countries worldwide, found that cyber-threats were viewed as second only to economic uncertainty in terms of current business risk with the gap quickly closing. Read more