U.S. Bank and Sage Announce AP Optimizer to Streamline Invoice Payments

U.S. Bank (NYSE:USB) and Sage (LON:SGE) announced this week at Sage Summit 2016 in Chicago a new partnership that will benefit Sage customers in the U.S. and Canada. The partnership centers around the introduction of AP Optimizer, an application built by U.S. Bank that lives inside the Sage Live accounting platform. Its purpose, according to Bradley Matthews, head of Middle Market ... Read More »

5 Ways to Get Cash Fast

If you experience an emergency and need cash fast for your business, you won’t have the leisure to apply for an SBA loan or seek out new investors. You may not have personal savings to help you out. There are options for obtaining a quick infusion of cash for your company.  Review all of the options and determine which is ... Read More »

7 Guidelines to improve the efficiency of the A/B testing

Getting traffic to a website is a challenging task and it needs a various tests. The best way to test is by using A/B testing. However, this test can give you good results only if it is done correctly.  With the right facts, the results of the test will be incredible. Below are some of the guidelines that might assist ... Read More »

Reliance Jio SIM Welcome Offer Now Extended to LeEco Smartphones

HIGHLIGHTS LeEco’s Le 2 and Le Max 2 users can enjoy VoLTE calls Users can experience Jio offers on any of the existing LeEco smartphones The company also detailed the method to avail the Jio Welcome Offer LeEco on Wednesday announced its partnership with Reliance Jio for the ‘Jio Welcome Offer’, under which the Reliance Jio SIM card will be ... Read More »

Skullcandy Ink’d Wireless Review

HIGHLIGHTS The Skullcandy Ink’d Wireless is priced at Rs. 2,999 online The headphones have a comfortable fit and style Gadgets 360 rates the headphones 3.5/5 It was only a few months ago that California-based mobile accessories manufacturer Incipio announced that it would be acquiring Utah-based Skullcandy in a cash deal worth roughly $177 million. However, that hasn’t stopped the company ... Read More »

Still Struggling with Your Business Marketing? Here are 6 Ways SEO Can Change This

If you are a business owner, it is most likely that you are leveraging online marketing. Well, the numbers are alluring with the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) reporting there are about 3.3 billion internet users today. But then again, you also appreciate the importance of high ranking on social engines. In fact, marketers agree that if a business website is ... Read More »

Content Marketing – Not to Substitute but to Effectively Complement Link Building

The acceptance and reputation of content marketing is growing consistently, which also has created a misconception that it will be substituting link building in a short span of time. But, the fact is that content marketing may never substitute the power of link building. Instead it will contribute positively towards striking a fine balance between these two. Both of these have ... Read More »

China’s Launch of First Quantum Satellite Major Step in Space Race

China’s launch of the first quantum satellite Tuesday will push forward efforts to develop the ability to send communications that can’t be penetrated by hackers, experts said. The satellite launched into space from the Jiuquan launch base in northwestern China’s Gobi desert will allow Chinese researchers to transmit test messages between Beijing and northwestern China as well as other locations ... Read More »

IOC Fights Cyber-Attacks During Rio 2016 Olympics

The International Olympic Committee is fending off massive cyber-attacks during the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. “Throughout the games, the same in London (in 2012) when you are the center of attention of the world, there are massive attempts everyday all day long to break our security,” IOC spokesman Mark Adams told the Associated Press. “We have it all year round ... Read More »

Hacking Group Claims to Offer Cyber-Weapons in Online Auction

Hackers going by the name Shadow Brokers said on Monday they will auction stolen surveillance tools they say were used by a cyber group linked to the US National Security Agency. To arouse interest in the auction, the hackers released samples of programs they said could break into popular firewall software made by companies including Cisco Systems Inc, Juniper Networks ... Read More »