Since the UK has left the EU, medium-sized enterprises are unsettled. Although no one can foresee how the further negotiations on Brexit are developing. Nevertheless companies must keep an eye on the consequences of this exit.
It is no secret that US President Donald Trump is one of those who are very concerned about their Twitter account. In today’s world, however, the world takes a close look at its comments.
The world wide web knows everyone and everything and is always on the lookout for new solutions for old familiar problems. For most companies the search for solutions can not be fast enough – the goal is to secure market shares.
In 2016, Mary Meeker presented the Internet Trends Report at the Code Conference on June 1st. The keyword “chatbots” fell. But what are chatbots exactly and what meaning and purpose do they fulfill?
Much revolves today only to digitization. Some are tracking digitization at every step. The others, on the other hand, now leave it cold. For this reason, we are now taking care of the trends in sci-fi technologies.
Many think that the 4th revolution can only be tackled with technologies – but that is not true! The technologies only help us to achieve our goals faster. An important magic tool that everyone needs who deals with digitization is courage.
In most industries sales have already prevailed over the internet. It has become a common way of contracting. A major exception is the steel industry, which – especially in Germany – is a particularly important sector.
Large companies, such as Bosch and Siemens, always mention the importance of digitalization for their company. With the two companies, the transformation is visible – they rely on cloud platforms.
Dissuasion – Everyone has heard this term before. But what exactly is behind it?
Digitization is progressing. At the same time, the number of German internetworkers is increasing. The online trade has grown double-digit in 2016 and the 50 billion euro mark has been cracked for the first time, which at least is appreciated by the Cologne Institute for Trade Research.