Should You Encourage Your Patients to Explore "The Quantified Self? By Craig Mellow for America's Backbone Weekly The pros and cons of measuring everything you do and consume to improve your health. ...Read More »
How to Set Up a BYOD Policy By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Lay some ground rules for employees who use their personal devices for work. ...Read More »
6 Steps to Plan Your Local Marketing Campaign By Keith Loria for America's Backbone Weekly From geo-location to blogging, here's what you need to consider. ...Read More »
Reduce Your Business' IT Environmental Impact By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Simple ways to cut down on your energy consumption ...Read More »
Apple Pay = Time to Think Seriously About Mobile Payments By Nick Pell for America's Backbone Weekly Apples involvement in this technology means you cant ignore it any more. ...Read More »
Why the BlackBerry Classic is Critical to the New BlackBerry By Clip Syndicate The BlackBerry Classic, as its name implies, is a throwback to the company's glory days. But the smartphone plays an important role in BlackBerry's future. BlackBerry hopes the Classic will drive interest and adoption of the company's services and software. Wednesday's BlackBerry Classic event kicked off like most other phone launches, but as the presentation went on, it was clear whom the company was targeting: the IT guy working in a highly regulated business. ...Read More »
Study Finds Healthcare Costs Will Increase in 2015 By Lotus Abrams for America's Backbone Weekly This weeks weekly roundup from the world of small business. ...Read More »
New Study Finds Millennial Business Ownership, Technology Adoption On The Rise By Mitchell Hall for America's Backbone Weekly Here's the weekly roundup from the world of small business ...Read More »
New Study Finds Millennial Business Ownership, Technology Adoption On The Rise By Mitchell Hall for America's Backbone Weekly Here's the weekly roundup from the world of small business ...Read More »
One of the World's Largest Flight Information Displays Powered by Matrox M-Series Cards Munich Airport serves around 39-million passengers annually. The original analog flight information display system (FIDS) had been in operation since the airport opened in 1992, representing arrival and departure information on multiple small LEDs. The system required a high level of IT maintenance and intervention to keep it operational. Munich Airport sought a replacement solution that could reliably display flight arrival and departure information with minimal downtime. ...Read More »
Ex-BlackBerry CEO Heins Now Helms Powermat By Clip Syndicate BlackBerry's comeback tour last year ended in disappointment. Ex-BlackBerry's CEO Thorsten Heins was ousted last November, replaced by current CEO John Chen, who has shifted the company's focus toward business software and security. While BlackBerry smartphones remain in the mix, they're no longer the priority. Heins, however, has re-emerged. This week, he was named CEO of wireless-charging company Powermat.

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How China Is Disrupting The Mobile And CE Markets By Clip Syndicate Anyone in the tech industry has heard of Xiaomi and OnePlus by now. Xiaomi has surpassed both Apple and Samsung as the No. 1 smartphone in China, and OnePlus this month announced U.S. pre-orders for its ultra-low-cost, high-quality smartphone OnePlus One, which is winning rave reviews. But there are thousands more phones, tablets, smartwatches, wearables and accessories coming from China into the U.S. market. ...Read More »
Monitoring Your Office While You're Away By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Protect your small business with the latest technology. ...Read More »
Helping Small Businesses Manage Big Inventories By Christopher Walljasper for America's Backbone Weekly Take the guesswork out of the stockroom. ...Read More »
Local Search Popularity Means Small Businesses Still Need SEO By Clip Syndicate According to a report from Google, more and more consumers are turning to their smartphones and mobile devices to help them find nearby businesses and make purchases. In fact, 50% of people who make local searches on a smartphone visit a store within a day. ...Read More »
How Online Business Training Can Help You Stay Ahead By By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Tap into online resources to give you a competitive edge. ...Read More »
BlackBerry's Makeover Is Taking Shape By Clip Syndicate BlackBerry Ltd. Chief Executive John Chen last month made a surprising promise: in an internal memo, he told employees that years of layoffs and shrinking had come to an end, and that the company would be scouting for acquisitions. It was the latest signal from Mr. Chen, who took the reins at the smartphone maker less than a year ago amid mounting losses and declining sales, that his plan to stop competing in the consumer market is showing results.

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Show Me the Money: The Latest Business Technology Trends By By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly 4 ways to increase cash flow and efficiency using technology. ...Read More »
BlackBerry Buys Movirtu In Bid To Woo More Corporate Customers By Clip Syndicate BlackBerry said on Thursday it has acquired Movirtu, a provider of virtual identity solutions, as part of its move to continue building out its portfolio of value-added services that cater to the needs of its core base of corporate and government clients. Waterloo, Ontario-based BlackBerry said Movirtu's virtual SIM technology allows an individual to have both a personal and business number on a single mobile device, with separate billing for voice, data and messaging usage on each number. This allows employees to switch between work and personal profiles easily without carrying multiple devices or SIM cards. BlackBerry said the acquisition of Movirtu complements its Secure Work Space, BlackBerry Balance and other offerings, which give many employees the freedom and privacy they want for their personal use while delivering the security and management needed for business use of smartphone devices.

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BlackBerry Teams With Verizon To Keep Business Away From Android And IOS By Clip Syndicate As BlackBerry struggles to regain momentum in the smartphone market, it is looking for ways to hold on to its existing clients, which is why a partnership with Verizon could be huge for enterprise customers. Verizon announced this week that if a business decides to stick with BlackBerry, it will receive up to $150 in bill credits for every legacy device it upgrades. ...Read More »
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