Category Archives: Technology

Comparing Cloud Hosting Services

Comparing Cloud Hosting Services

Cloud Hosting Services Cloud hosting service providers are abundant and varied, with typical structures affording the reliability of virtual partitions, drawing resources externally; secure data centers; scalability and flexibility not limited by physical constraints; pay-per-use costing; and responsive load balancing for changing demands. While high end (and high price) services offer an extensive range of…

The Future of Employee Engagement

The Future of Employee Engagement

Employee Engagement Employees face a number of challenges in their day-to-day jobs, with emails, distractions and a never-ending workload topping the bill. A great deal of time is spent learning to use business technologies in the name of improved productivity, but, twenty-five years after the release of Microsoft Windows, there are still significant gaps between…

Investor Spotlight – Matt Keezer, CEO At Momentum Ventures

Investor Spotlight – Matt Keezer, CEO At Momentum Ventures

Startup Investor Spotlight – Matt Keezer Commencing operations in 2007, Momentum Ventures has since launched seven successful businesses, using their own uniquely refined investment model to reduce risk. In the last three years, they’ve focused predominantly on the online travel industry, launching FlightHub in 2012 and Summit Services in 2014. Notes Matt Keezer, CEO at…

Role Of A Futuristic CRM In Revolutionizing FinTech

Role Of A Futuristic CRM In Revolutionizing FinTech

Futuristic CRM Although FinTech is still in its infancy around technology disruption, it has shown a tremendous growth potential over this last year. This is blatantly evident from the surge of killer consumer applications, optimizing many of the core transactional functions e.g. banking, payment gateways etc. Cloud computing, Mobile UX, Data analysis (Now Big), and…

The State and Future of B2B E-Commerce

The State and Future of B2B E-Commerce

B2B E-Commerce It’s official. B2B (business-to-business) companies have shifted their focus on web e-commerce to mobile e-commerce—a trend influenced by the rise of Cloud computing and SaaS connected smartphones/tablets and portable devices that have replaced the traditional PCs. It’s estimated that the B2B e-commerce in the U.S. will balloon from $780 billion in 2015 to…

Here’s Why A Chinese Venture Firm Is Sinking $400 million Into AngelList

Here’s Why A Chinese Venture Firm Is Sinking $400 million Into AngelList

Venture Firm Invests $400 million Into AngelList China is looking to get in on the U.S. tech startup scene. A crowdsourcing funding website for startups, called AngelList, has apparently received a $400 million dollar injection from private-equity firm CSC Venture Capital. Interestingly, the money is meant specifically to target young startups still in their earliest…