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The Latest Technology In Medical Tourism

TechnologyMedical tourism is an industry which is accelerating in growth each year. Around the world, from Turkey to Dubai, medical tourism hotspots are appearing. This is because it is often far more affordable for people seek treatment abroad, for example hair transplant cost can be significantly reduced abroad even though the same high standards of care can now be found…

Speaking of Searching: Voice Search and SEO

Search EnginesTalking to the computer and asking questions has been a sci-fi staple for decades. The introduction of more reliable and easy to use voice search tools in recent years – Siri from Apple, Cortana from Microsoft, Alexa from Amazon, Google Voice Search, amongst others – has moved it into the real world. But what does this mean for marketing and…

What’s the Future for the Private Cloud?

BusinessCloud computing has proven incredibly popular for businesses. Indeed, worldwide spending on public cloud services looks set to double from almost $70 billion in 2015 to more than $141 million in 2019. Firms like the ability to hold and store their important data and IT infrastructure in a way that makes it easily accessible – and that doesn’t take up…

Designing Mobile Apps: Integral to Modern Business

BusinessHow Mobile Applications Are Changing The World An entire business can be run from a mobile device. You can check emails, send emails, make calls, receive calls, accept transactions, make purchases, reallocate funds, and the list goes on. For all intents and purposes, all you really need for a business is one smartphone; though if you dive in with only…

How Modern Businesses Can Benefit From The Right Tech

BusinessSetting up and running a small business is a tough ask as any entrepreneur will tell you. Times have changed from when you needed an array of printers and photocopiers, stacks of paper, gallons of ink and clunky desktop computers. And it's all thanks to the constant development of technology that helps businesses. That's not to say that printers don't…