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Restructure Your Bookkeeping Processes by Finance Outsourcing

Finance and accounting has been one of the most commonly outsourced business functions today. An external team gives more advantages to a company rather than doing it in-house. There are a lot of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) today that are leaders in their own industry but don’t essentially have a diverse pool of talents, [&hellip

It is official…Netbooks are gadgets of the past!

Updated: Thursday January 3, 2013 MYT 12:45:58 PM Goodbye netbooks BYE BYE NETBOOKS: Acer is ceasing its production of netbooks. – Relaxnews 2013 Netbooks, the small, low-cost mobile PCs that Steve Jobs famously ridiculed as he unveiled the first iPad back in 2010, are officially no more. The two remaining manufacturers, Asus and Acer have [&hellip

A glimpse into information and communications technology (ICT)

Saturday December 15, 2012 Apple or Samsung? iPad or Tablet? Use cloud computing, Dropbox and Squirrel. Which is more fashionable? Zappos, Zalora and the lack of zzzz? Are they familiar or foreign? It really depends on who you are. If you are a techie, you are probably reading this in myStarjob.com on your iPad. If [&hellip

Intel sees business growth with greater IT spending

December 11, 2012 By Sathish Govind KUALA LUMPUR: Intel Electronics (M) Sdn Bhd is confident that increased consumer spending and the growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) will drive its business in Malaysia, country manager Malaysia and Brunei, Prakash Mallya , said. He said the increasing number of SMEs coming onstream and many of [&hellip

IT outsourcing..what it means financially?

9 Ways to Sell Your IT Outsourcing Plan to the CFO o Stephanie Overby 04.12.2012 kl 14:33 | CIO (US) CFOs are becoming increasingly involved in corporate IT outsourcing decisions. However, the CIO team doesn’t always speak the same language as the CFO team. Here are nine steps you can take to more successfully bring [&hellip

Google to charge small businesses for Web-based Apps software

Published: Friday December 7, 2012 MYT 1:17:00 PM SAN FRANCISCO: Google Inc will no longer offer its Web-based office productivity software free to small businesses, the Internet company’s latest move to expand revenue beyond its core advertising services. Google said on Thursday that businesses with 10 or fewer people will now need to pay $50 [&hellip

With technology moving fast, it is now part of any business..which is why we NOW also IT outsourcing beside finance outsourcing

Published: Thursday October 25, 2012 MYT 7:44:00 PM Employers must prepare now for workforce of the future By JO TIMBUONG bytz@thestar.com.my IDEAS APLENTY: Ng and Yuri discussing the needs of the future workforce in a media briefing at MDeC’s office in Cyberjaya. CYBERJAYA: Working environments will need to change if employers want to attract highly-skilled [&hellip

Will Microsoft be able to carve back some market share in the mobile edge?

Microsoft makes its pitch for the mobile age Oct 27th 2012   “IT TRULY is a new era at Microsoft,” gushed Steve Ballmer, the giant software company’s boss, in a letter to shareholders this month. For once, such grandiloquence seems justified. On October 26th Windows 8, the newest version of Microsoft’s operating system for personal [&hellip

Fast start guide to Windows 8 OS

The Star, Thursday October 25, 2012 Answers to five commonly asked questions NEW INTERFACE: The Charm bar is a universal interface that you can bring up at any time to search, share content, connect to devices and bring up settings be they in an app or out on the desktop. Windows 8 is a very [&hellip

One is never too old to learn even IT gadget and it is part of our life and business.. see GOOFs survey

Updated: Monday October 22, 2012 MYT 2:30:01 PM Age is no barrier to loving gadgets NOT OVERTHE HILL: A recent survey has revealed that consumers aged 50+ in Britain are just aslikely to own tablets and smartphones and enjoy gaming. – Relaxnews 2012 A recent survey has revealed that consumers aged 50+ in Britain are [&hellip