LinkedIn was founded in December 2002, and launched in May 2003 and is mostly used for professional networking. There are approximately 259 million users and rising, in more than 200 countries and territories.
LinkedIn’s mission is to “connect the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful”.
Most businesses are now signed up to broadband, meaning that life in the workplace is much more efficient. Broadband lines and connections are used for email, the internet and online banking in business, as well as marketing. Businesses in todays generation rely on broadband heavily in most lines of work and sectors.
In the run up to Christmas, one of the main questions we face is whether or not small businesses need to pick up calls over the festive period?The answer to this particular question is a subjective one, as it all depends on your type of business.
Here at Face for Business, we are open every working day bar bank holidays and weekends; these are the hours that best suit our clients. In order to get some perspective on how other businesses deal with this issue, we have asked a number of SMEs across the UK to provide us with their comments...
4G is the fourth generation of mobile phone technology. 4G provides mobile ultra-broadband internet access to laptops and smartphones and other mobile devices. 2G technology was suitable for making calls and texts, 3G made it possible to connect to the internet via our mobile phones and 4G should make it easier to access the web via smartphones, tablets and laptops, giving a speed similar to that you would normally use in the home, meaning you will be able to access videos, mapping and social networks easier and much quicker whilst out and about.