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How Image Recognition Is Going to Improve Your Social Media Ads

Today, more and more companies are realizing that capturing the attention of their audience on social media is the best way to promote their products, drive traffic to their websites and increase conversions. In fact, according to GlobalWebIndex, the average internet user now spends about 15 minutes longer each day on social platforms than he or

Three Reasons To Turn Down A Networking Invitation

In general, I heartily encourage people to accept networking invitations. For example, a friend asks if they can introduce you to someone you should know. Or, you get a LinkedIn invitation from someone you don’t know. Or, someone you meet at a conference suggests you grab coffee sometime, and they actually contact you after the

8 Business Titans Reveal the Best Social Media Tactics to Promote Your Company

If you aren’t promoting your business on social media, you’re asleep at the wheel. Here’s what eight social media masters and Advisors in The Oracles told us about the channels and tactics that impact their businesses most. 1. Understand the platforms. Bethenny Frankel Image credit: The Oracles There’s definitely a science to social media. Consider what each

Intel acquires Barefoot Networks, plans to bolster networking, interconnect silicon

Intel has acquired Barefoot Networks, which makes processors for Ethernet switches and networking gear. Barefoot Networks’ specialty is silicon that is programmable for public cloud deployments. Intel’s bet is that Barefoot Networks, which competes with Broadcom, will help it target hyperscale and networking customers. Intel’s purchase comes after Nvidia acquired Mellanox Terms of the deal weren’t

CrunchMatch returns to simplify networking at Disrupt SF 2019

Ready to squeeze every bit of opportunity out of TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2019? TechCrunch’s flagship event returns to the Moscone North Convention Center on October 2-4 and — with more than 10,000 attendees — the networking opportunities are infinite. Your time, however, is not. Don’t worry, though. We’ve got your back — with CrunchMatch. Get strategic

11 Indians Get Swiss Notices In Process To Share Banking Details

NEW DELHI/BERNE:  As Switzerland strives hard to re-establish its global financial centre position after clamping down on secrecy walls of its banks, there has been a significant surge in the number of cases where it has initiated process to share information on Indians with Swiss bank accounts and shot off letters to about a dozen

Merger impact: Bank of Baroda looks to rationalise 800-900 branches

NEW DELHI: State-owned Bank of Baroda (BoB) is considering the option of rationalising 800-900 branches across the country to improve operational efficiency, following its merger with Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank. The merger of Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank with BoB became effective from April 1. It does not make sense to have branches of Dena

Extreme Networks’ Approach to Autonomous Networking Is Elemental

This week at its ExtremeConnect user event in Nashville, Tenn., Extreme Networks played the tune of autonomous networks. The theme of the event was #FutureForward, indicating that the customers in the audience should be looking at many of the upcoming technology and business trends to architect their networks. This includes technologies such as internet of

RBI asks shadow banking companies to appoint risk officers

India’s central bank said on May 16 that shadow banks with asset size of more than 50 billion rupees should appoint a chief risk officer in a move to tighten regulation after a series of defaults at top lender Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services’ (IL&FS). The government took control of IL&FS last year after its default

How introverts can learn to love networking

For introverts, networking events can be a source of dread. The format itself—a crowd full of strangers hoping to make a strong impression—is anathema to those who flourish in environments that are quieter or feel less transactional. But, according Holly Raider, a clinical professor of management and managing director of executive education at the Kellogg School