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6 Tech Must-Know's for Small Business
Allowing businesses to grow at unprecedented rates, fostering enormous amounts of innovation, cloud technology is changing the way work is done, globally.This ability has meant that businesses all around the world have shifted their attention to the cloud. Its impressive growth has significantly improved the earning's of tech-giants such as Google, Amazon, and Microsoft. Enabling software to run at far larger scales, the cloud has significantly lowered the cost of technology.

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Allowing businesses to grow at unprecedented rates, fostering enormous amounts of innovation, cloud technology is changing the way work is done, globally. This ability has meant that businesses all around the world have shifted their attention to the cloud. Its impressive growth has significantly improved the earning's of tech-giants such as Google, Amazon, and Microsoft. Enabling software to run at far larger scales, the cloud has significantly lowered the cost of technology.

Everyone’s looking to the cloud! The growth of cloud computing has been staggering and it’s bolstering the earnings of some of the world’s largest tech companies, including Google, Microsoft and Amazon. Cloud technology has lowered the cost of technology and enabled software to run at much larger scales. It has also enhanced user mobility, allowing users to access their data anywhere in the world, at anytime.  
Google maps is also now accessible offline, allowing users to download segments of maps in order to navigate even without  access to data or Wi-Fi. Meaning users won’t lose connection driving through a tunnel or when underground in a parking lot.

Atlassian files for IPO. The Australian collaboration tech company will list on the Nasdaq under the ticker TEAM. Virtually first class. Can't afford to sit first-class? Don't worry, virtual reality has you covered! Virgin Atlantic has designed an “Immersive Digital Adventure” to give a taste of the indulgences that come with travelling first class. Apple's peer-to-peer mobile payments solution. Bloomberg has reported that the tech giant has been speaking to different financial institutions in regards to creating its own competitor to Venmo, which would be incorporated with Apple Pay.

No more mouses and touch screens? Companies such as Facebook are working on virtual assistant technology, using improvements in A.I and Siri getting smarter to allow people to use a language interface with their computer!
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