In Canada as well as other places in the developed world, there is a strong shift towards reliance on digital technologies to streamline business practices.However, there is a significant lag in Canadian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to adopt these technologies.
Digital Tech Series
To continue the series on adopting digital technologies for small businesses in Canada, our friends at the Women’s Enterprise Centre highlight low-cost ways to create an online presence. This post was originally published on the Women’s Enterprise Centre blog on June 11, 2014.
This issue of our Adopting Digital Technology series focuses on monetary transactions, specifically for those small businesses working in business to consumer (B2C) environments, such as a coffee shop, retail shop, restaurant – the list goes on! Every business is at a different degree of technology adoption, and this article addresses the varying degrees of integration.
In this part of the Adopting Digital Technologies series, we take a deeper look at the importance of incorporating the mobile environment into how the greater community interacts with your small business’s online presence.
One of the most daunting tasks for small businesses as they increase their reliance on the online environment is the ability to stay current with security risks. Although the cyber world is full of threats, it is a world where small businesses must exist, and a certain amount of foundational understanding of security is now expected.
Keeping track of your financials can seem daunting when you are starting or growing your small business. Accountants and bookkeepers can be expensive, so for entrepreneurs looking to tackle the job themselves, these online tools can help you get expenses under control.
The Apple Watch and Google Glass are making headlines and wearable technology sales are just skyrocketing.