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How Upcoming Digital Coins are Shaping the Cryptocurrency Market

by David Drake Cryptocurrencies are clearly the future mode of payment. They are changing the way people do business and interact with money across the globe. Since the advent of Bitcoin, we have seen more digital currencies enter the cryptocurrency market. “As with all endeavors, our first attempt rarely delivers the optimum of all possible outcomes. But if the work […]

The Marketing-Sales Ratio

The marketing : sales ratio has evolved over the past couple of decades. This isn’t something limited to certain industries, but is very much a universal phenomenon.   What this ratio used to look like:     Previously, marketing played a relatively small role in the sales cycle; it was the sales representative’s job to educate, to inform, to generate […]

The Importance of Employing Mobile Device Management Solutions

If your company employs any kind of Bring Your Own Device policy, it’s probably time to ramp up your Mobile Device Management (MDM). All companies should have some form of device management for their employees (e.g., password requirements, network stipulations), but that doesn’t mean they have enough protection. Why Does MDM Matter? MDM is a software solution that lets employers […]

The Single-Malt Hedge Fund

Combining a Great Strategy with a Strong Brand There’s a high concentration of Scotch distilleries in Scotland: over 100 fully-licensed operations on an island with a population of < 5.5M people. To put it in perspective, there are more Scotch whisky distilleries than there are McDonald’s outlets in Scotland. On top of that, there are plenty more start-up distilleries entering […]

Moving into a New Office – Top 10 Technology Checklist

Moving to a new office securely, effectively and without complications takes a lot of planning and strategy. So we caught up with our Eze Project Management Team to get the lowdown on the top 10 technology areas firms should consider before, during and after a move. Checkout our ‘technology move checklist.’ Conduct a Technology Infrastructure Audit: It is important that your […]

Liar Liar

I have been lying to clients for years – and now I am coming clean. Hi. My name is JD…and I am a liar. These are my colleagues – and they are liars, too. They are just too ashamed to admit it. Man, it feels good to get that off my chest! If this were one of those “little white” […]

What Cryptocurrency and Blockchain firms revealed at Fintech Week in Silicon Valley

  by David Drake Fintech Week Silicon Valley is one of the best places to mine for cryptocurrency trends. A few months ago, the price of bitcoin was projected to hit $4,000 by end of 2017. Surprisingly, it already surpassed $4,000 and someone projected that its value may reach $50,000 by 2027. The value of cryptocurrency market is projected to rise […]

What The Marketing Books Don’t Say…

To begin, you need to be prepared to relinquish some control. Nothing happens without the social participation, and you will surely encounter opinions that differ from your own. You can’t control this. People will say offensive, negative and inaccurate things. Don’t respond. You can’t win. If you make a mistake, respond immediately, and be respectful. In a way, brands are […]

Can Dovu.io’s Blockchain-backed solution be the next Uber?

by David Drake Starting on the 1st of October of this year, Uber’s license to operate in London has been revoked. The Transport for London (TfL), an authority that regulates private hire and taxi vehicles made the announcement earlier this month. TfL attributed its decision to revoke Uber’s license to the way the company obtains medical certificates, reports criminal offences […]

Marketing Risk Versus Investment Risk: A Manager’s Perspective

Hedge Fund managers risk millions, if not billions, of dollars every day. To better the world? Hardly. It is a business, and like any other business, they are out for profits. If we were ruling out altruistic motivations, which more often than not we can, logic would dictate that a manager would optimize risk to maximize the profitability of the […]