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    Does Your Small Business Need a Website?

    Your business may be small but are you significant online?

    With a 150% mobile penetration rate and over 80% of the population that are active on the internet, having an online presence is crucial for your business in Singapore. However you may be debating whether you need a dedicated website and it is a difficult decision – maintenance cost can easily creep on and relevant content and layout require constant attention and resources.

    Here are four reasons why every small business should have a dedicated website:

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    Becoming A Successful Affiliate

    Do you find yourself infinite scrolling through your Facebook and Instagram feeds even when you have long to-do list and is in severe need of rest?

    On the other hand, when you reach out to your friends, A and B are now juggling part-time roles in addition to their daily 9-5pm. You are intrigued because you could do with having multiple sources of income but time is a limited resource – additional roles will require effort in acquiring new knowledge.

    Why not have the best of both worlds?

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    7 Ways Microsoft Office 365 Can Help Your Business

    Companies are becoming increasingly more comfortable with the idea of using a cloud service and are intrigued by Microsoft’s ability to increase business productivity at a flexible cost. As more businesses begin to implement the service into their everyday operations, it is important they understand the benefits of Microsoft 365 and use it to streamline their operations and meet their projected goals.

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    The need for IDD and adopting a hybrid solution

    It’s true that as connectivity across the globe improves, the prevalence of calls over the internet will increase. But, having said that, the importance of direct calls and IDD (International Direct Dial) using traditional voice switch, that is PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Networks), will continue to stay relevant, especially in Singapore.

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    “Good Customer Service Requires Mind Reading”

    That was the main-takeaway from Dennis Ng, Cybersite’s customer service representative veteran who has been in this role for 14 years.

    “The customer may be anxious, frustrated or simply looking for reassurance on a tech issue. I have to pinpoint what they are seeking from me as a company representative because it isn’t just about the problem that they are telling me,” Dennis laughs.

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    Email Hacking: Know it to Prevent it

    Email hacking is becoming a nuisance for businesses and people across the world. By hacking emails, cyber criminals can easily access your digital documents, understand your spending habits, and worse, access your bank account statements.  Therefore there’s a need to safeguard your business—and yourself.

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    9 Essential Items To Check When Launching A New Website

    Because it’s all too late once it’s ‘live’…

    When you’ve been developing a brand-new website and the company has put a lot of money and resources on the table to do it, you need to make sure that your launch goes off without a hitch.

    Especially in this time of social media where faults and failures can be broadcast to thousands (or even millions) of people in seconds.

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    25 Most Promising Cloud Solution Providers for 2017 by APAC CIO Outlook

    This year, APAC CIO Outlook, a leading IT magazine in the Asia Pacific region, published its list of the “Top 25 Most Promising Cloud Solution Providers” that highlights some of the most prominent solution providers in the industry.

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    Six Services You Need to Give Your Business a Head Start

    In a digitally transformed world, how does one keep their business connected every step of their way?

    Today, Singapore startups face several challenges: They lack real knowledge to understand the need for Information Technology (IT) services, or they do not know how and where to start. Even if startups have acquired these services, they have to deal with multiple service providers, which mean managing multiple Service Level Agreements (SLAs), accounts and billing processes. Therefore, partnering with a reputable one-stop service provider is critical to eliminate all these hassles.