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Cloud-Enabled Tech Could Unlock Productivity Gains for Small Biz

According to a report released by Amazon Web Services (AWS), small businesses in India that embrace cloud-enabled technologies could unlock up to Rs 1.6 trillion in annual productivity gains by 2030. The report also states that this could lead to 45.9 million jobs being created across healthcare, education and agriculture sectors, representing 9 percent of total jobs in India. In May 2023, AWS announced a plan to invest USD 12.7 billion (over Rs 1 lakh crore) to expand India's cloud infrastructure by 2030 to meet growing customer demand in the country.


Free Cybersecurity Seminar

Local MSP TrueCore Technology is hosting an educational event on cybersecurity for small businesses in Cincinnati, Ohio. The seminar aims to provide small businesses with the tools and knowledge they need to protect their operations from cyber threats. The seminar will cover topics such as data security, malware protection, and other best practices for keeping small businesses safe from cybercrime.


The Cloud Revolutionizing Small Businesses

Many small businesses are taking advantage of cloud technology to improve their operations and remain competitive in the market. Cloud technology is becoming more accessible and affordable, and is expected to become a trillion-dollar industry by 2028. To remain relevant and improve growth, small businesses should consider adopting cloud technology. Cloud transformation involves using cloud technology to transition significant areas of a business in order to add benefits offered by the software or technology to the business. Core operational ways cloud technology is affecting small businesses include improved efficiency, flexibility and resilience.


Augmented Reality Can Transform Your Small Business

Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology that can provide an enhanced version of reality by superimposing computer-generated images onto the physical world. This technology can create a composite view of the real world, and it is becoming increasingly feasible for businesses to use AR. Small businesses can benefit from AR in a number of ways, such as providing an immersive experience for customers, creating interactive marketing campaigns, and more. According to Small Business Trends, AR presents a number of promising opportunities for small businesses.


Small Businesses Rely on Technology to Reach New Heights

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce recently shared how small businesses can use technology to help them grow. According to the Chamber, the use of technology is essential for small businesses to compete with larger companies. This is because technology can help small businesses increase their reach, expand their customer base, and improve their efficiency. By leveraging technology, small businesses can gain a competitive edge and achieve success.


10 Amazing Tech and Marketing Products

Entrepreneur recently published an article about 10 discounted (and free!) tech and marketing products. The article provides a list of products that are available at a discounted price, and some of them are even free. It also provides a brief description of each product and its features. This article is a great resource for entrepreneurs who are looking for ways to save money on their tech and marketing needs.


Small Businesses in Illinois to Benefit from Cybersecurity Expert's Tech Day

A cybersecurity expert is hosting a Small Business Tech Day in Illinois to help small business owners learn more about how to protect their data and systems from cyber threats. The event is open to all small business owners in the state and will feature a range of experts in the field of cybersecurity. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the latest trends in cyber security, as well as the best practices for protecting their data and systems. The event is being organized by the Illinois Small Business Development Center and is scheduled for April 24th.


Small Businesses Leverage Technology to Attract Customers

Small businesses are increasingly turning to technology to stay competitive and grow their businesses. According to Jordan Crenshaw, the Senior Vice President of the Chamber’s Technology Engagement Center, 95% of small businesses are using at least one type of tech platform. This includes digital payments, marketing, social media, digital sales, and even AI. These tools are helping small businesses to make things easier for their customers and draw them into their stores. Four out of five small businesses are using social media to bring in customers, while nearly half are using digital payments and point of sale tools. One quarter of small businesses are already using AI to help them with their operations.


Solid Technology Solutions' National Event

Solid Technology Solutions Inc., an IT services company based in Edmonton, Alberta, is hosting Small Business Tech Day on November 16th. This free online event will feature celebrities like Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec, AI expert Adam Cheyer, and best-selling author Mike Michalowicz. The event is designed to help small businesses equip themselves with the best technology and practices available today to increase productivity and profitability while protecting them against online threats. Grant Dakin, President of Solid Technology Solutions, said that small businesses need to be aware of the quickly changing landscape and have the right tools, software, and support to improve their quality of life and increase profitability.


How Technology is Transforming U.S. Small Businesses

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce recently released the second edition of their report on the impact of technology on U.S. small businesses. The report covers topics such as antitrust, climate change, data privacy, and supply chain, and provides insight into how technology is transforming the way small businesses operate. It also outlines the challenges and opportunities that small businesses face in the current environment.


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