Mobile apps in Kenya are experiencing unprecedented acceptance and growth at the moment. It is in the same breadth that more and more software developers have been venturing into the mobile applications development sub-sector. The increasing popularity of mobile apps in Kenya and in other developing countries is attributed to various factors including: The high… Read More »
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Online retailers make up a huge chunk of successful businesses today, and all of their success has been due to following some inspired tips picked up along the way. In order to succeed in business today, you have to have an edge, and if any of the following tips can help you find that edge… Read More »
There is no point in trying to allocate a budget for your web design unless you have a firm idea of what it is you want your site to do. If all you are looking for is a blog site through which you can update people about your hobbies or family then you can get… Read More »
If you’re an author, having your own website is an excellent way to promote your work, develop your personal brand, and connect with others. It’s just about essential nowadays, and with so many helpful website building tools, it doesn’t have to be incredibly difficult, either. Your website is a direct reflection of you and your… Read More »
Companies all have good and bad years. There are times of economic downturns as well as boom periods. Retrenchment and insolvency are too words that no employer or employee wish to speak or hear. Either way, staff need to be rewarded for their efforts. A festive office Christmas party is a sure fire way to… Read More »
Within the last decade, VoIP – Voice over Internet Protocol – has revolutionized the way people communicate. Instead of paying hefty tariffs to phone companies to call people in other countries, international calls can be made for much less on a laptop. And if the person you’re speaking to has VoIP too, then these calls are free…. Read More »
Do you know how to provide collaborative leadership in a disciplined fashion? And how does one define disciplined collaboration? The current business and leadership literature touts the importance of collaborating in our turbulent world. Large and small businesses and teams struggle to wrap their heads around just what collaboration is. Many see collaboration or collaborative… Read More »
In the days before email, business was done face-to-face, over the phone by letter or, if it was urgent, via fax. Now, as well as sending letters as attachments to emails for instant, free delivery; entire conversations can be continued by sending emails back and forth. All those messages generate a lot of information and… Read More »
To date, there are 845 million Mandarin speakers. There are 500 million Spanish speakers. Then we have Hindi-Urdu at 405 million total speakers. Arabic is one of the six official languages of the United Nations, totalling a whopping 452 million speakers. English ranks beneath all these linguistic mammoths at a measly 328 million. If you’re… Read More »
Last week I was in a restaurant and I was reminded of the food test in relationships. At the booth next to me there was a man and a woman in their thirties who appeared to be in good shape. Here’s where things got interesting. As they were looking at the menu, they got into… Read More »