Tired of Filling Out Countless Job Applications? There’s a Chrome Extension for That!

Ladders, a job search company, has rolled out a new Google Chrome extension, Apply4Me, that allows you to enter your basic information for job applications—once, one time, that's all. You are then able to apply for jobs on numerous career sites with a single click. Apply4Me uses humans, not bots, to verify the information that … Continue reading Tired of Filling Out Countless Job Applications? There’s a Chrome Extension for That!

Will Telcos Pivot and Focus More on B2B for 5G Success?

An April 24th article by Carmi Levy on Futurithmic, examines the success and challenges of 5G technology. As Levy's headline makes clear, 5Gs success has nothing to do with technology. Levy suggests what many in tech believe to be true, that 5G is more aligned with the needs of enterprises not consumers, unlike current and … Continue reading Will Telcos Pivot and Focus More on B2B for 5G Success?

An App That Puts High-Tech Power Into the Hands of Low-Tech Business Professionals

Tech Treats, LLC empowers business owners with no technological skills to engage effectively with their audience in a high-tech environment. Through creating videos and mobile-friendly websites and helping business owners to create Facebook Messenger chatbots (within a few hours with no coding required) and mobile apps, Tech Treats ensures that small- to medium-sized businesses keep and maintain … Continue reading An App That Puts High-Tech Power Into the Hands of Low-Tech Business Professionals

Has a Company Emailed You Personal Information That Does Not Belong to You?

Imagine receiving numerous emails from a company but the content of these emails clearly show that you are not the intended recipient. As you look closer you realize that the content is personal information belonging to the company's customers. Somehow the company inadvertently sent the emails to you because your email address contains all or … Continue reading Has a Company Emailed You Personal Information That Does Not Belong to You?

Apple VP of Diversity and Inclusion Denise Young Smith is Leaving End-of-Year

Apple’s first-ever Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion, Denise Young Smith, is leaving Apple at the end of this year. After more than 20 years with the company, but only six months in her current position, Ms. Young Smith will be transitioning out of her role at the tech giant and transitioning over to Cornell Tech, … Continue reading Apple VP of Diversity and Inclusion Denise Young Smith is Leaving End-of-Year

Hard Lessons Learned Fast: When Growing Your Business Too Fast Takes a Wrong Turn

Business owners are oftentimes also big dreamers and with those big dreams comes visions of growth--more and more products and services offered to more people, and more team members to serve those customers. New business owners seek fast growth to penetrate markets that they know their competition will try aggressively to create barriers. If they … Continue reading Hard Lessons Learned Fast: When Growing Your Business Too Fast Takes a Wrong Turn

TechDay New York 2018: New York’s Largest Startup Event

TechDay, a growing series of multinational tech conferences, has officially launched its seventh annual New York show, set to be held at Pier 94 on May 10th, 2018. TechDay is a single day expo held in New York City, London and Los Angeles, and is geared towards connecting tech startups to all the resources they need to grow. Exhibitors feature a wide … Continue reading TechDay New York 2018: New York’s Largest Startup Event