Future of Retail – Thinking Outside The Box

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In his keynote address Monday morning at RSPA RetailNOW 2009, futurist Glen Hiemstra provided an in-depth look at the U.S. economy. Specifically, Hiemstra gave attendees a variety of data points which provide indications as to when the economy will recover (“real recovery should occur by the fourth quarter of 2009”) and what factors will play a part in that recovery. He went on to explain that from 2000 to 2008, we were living in a “make believe economy” that we couldn’t sustain forever. Now, the economy is correcting itself. So, what should today’s VARs (and businesses in general) be doing today to be poised for success during the recovery?

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Bit Weld Business File Exchange – Web Based Sharing And Storing Of Confidential Data

Business File Exchange - Web Based Sharing And Storing Of Confidential Data

Solve the challenge of sharing and storing confidential data with our secure and easy-to-use web based Business File Exchange.

Featured Invention at the Colorado Inventor Showcase 

The Bit Weld Business File Exchange is an Internet based business class service that is easy to use, secure, and cost effective.

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Calculate Your Carbon Footprints With Carbon Diem

Calculate Your Carbon Footprints With Carbon Diem 

Being irresponsible towards the environment is a sure way of bruising one’s eco-conscience. But with evolving technology and design brain-storming, one has to just look around to find devices and simple ways to keep the ultimatum of destruction at bay. Carbon Diem is one such technology of the future that would be soon available on GPS enabled phones.

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Anti-Spam Vendors Blocking and Slowing Gmail

Anti-Spam Vendors Blocking and Slowing Gmail

Have you had problems receiving e-mail from Gmail users recently? If so, you’re one of thousands. Over the past month, major anti-spam vendors have had to apply scrutiny to Gmail in a way they haven’t had to before, and the result is reduced delivery performance and sometimes outright blocking of Gmail. Some messaging hosts are being instructed to reject SMTP connections from Google.

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