Technology

How to Update Your Customer Booking System for the Online Age

Without the right scheduling tool, growing companies can easily fumble client relationships

How to Choose the Right Business Software

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Bringing a new piece of technology into your company can lead to huge productivity gains—or become a huge time suck. Five tips to make it easier

What the Internet of Things is Really Good For

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Web-enabled toothbrushes tend to get the headlines, but automating commercial and industrial processes is where the IoT truly shines

What Makes Contracts Easier to Understand

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Beagle uses artificial intelligence to clarify legal documents. How founder Cian O'Sullivan came up with the idea and how it could help you

How to Get More from Your SR&ED Claim

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You're leaving money on the table if you don't take full advantage of the federal government's massive tax credit program

Why Machines Aren’t Management Material Yet

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Artificial intelligence is making huge strides, but it can’t replace the real work of managing people

How Reach Plans to Take Networking Local

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The app from Toronto's Big Rock Labs lets users forge location-based connections

The App-Free Way to Talk to Your Customers

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As consumers grow tired of downloading apps, savvy companies are turning to the lowly text message to keep in touch and deliver new services

Why Early Adopters Make the Best Leaders

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Don’t wait for underlings to show you the future—blaze your own exploratory trail. The case for tinkering with technology

How to Reduce Your Risk of Financial Fraud

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There’s no perfect protection, but you should watch for these red flags says the former head of the RCMP’s commercial crime unit

25 Passwords You Really Shouldn’t Be Using

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Sorry, adding “789” to your standard “123456” is not going to fool cybercriminals. Fortunately, there’s a solution

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Having a solid grasp of the money you’re owed—and when—is a must for every small business owner. These signs might indicate that your bank account is about to run low

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