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Issue: 60

Jan 8, 2019

All About Devtac


Become a Better Business Leader this 2019!

New Year’s are all about new promises; we set new goals, we change up a few things about our life and our daily routine. It’s another chance for us to become better versions of ourselves. Businesses and business leaders also use this opportunity to set a new benchmark for their team, a new goal to hi ... more


Tips on How to Handle Complex Billing Solutions

Bills, as we all know, help us track of our daily expenses and manage our transactions. It allows transparency concerning our money, and it also keeps us in tabs on how we spend it. For businesses, bills are sent and received every day for many reasons that include keeping track of goods and service ... more


Zoholics 2019: Bigger and Better Than Ever

We are thrilled to announce Zoholics 2019, our biggest and most comprehensive annual user conference ever. Running from April 9th to the 11th, this event is a landmark opportunity for us to engage with over 1,500 attendees right here in the heart of Texas at the Palmer Events Center in Austin. ... more


New Year, New Business Resolutions: 10 Salesforce Leaders Share Predictions for 2019

What a year! 2018 brought us deeper advancement in AI, with features like voice, predictive actions and bots becoming more commonplace. We also saw customer experience move to the forefront of nearly everything, bringing much deeper levels of personalization into our day-to-day lives — both personal ... more


2019: The Year of the Recurring Customer?

I know we all get a bit weary of the “New Year Predictions” posts and articles. But I do want to posit a bit of prognostication, if I may, for the coming year. I do believe that in 2019, we will see a lot of development around the concept of the “Recurring Customer.” So, what is the “Recurring Custom ... more


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CES 2019: Friendly robots, oddball cars and a lot of artificial intelligence

(CNN Business) — Robots that keep you company, faster internet on phones, voice controlled everything, and oddball vehicles to replace regular cars. They're just some of the technologies coming to CES 2019, the massive consumer electronics show that takes over Las Vegas for a week every January.— Ro ... more


Think Beyond Visualizations in 2019: 6 New Year's Resolutions for Your Data

“Data-driven” is a phrase that's thrown around a lot — from buzzwords like data-driven marketing, data-driven outreach, data-driven approach; the list goes on. But it doesn't mean that anyone needs more data — what we really need is insights we can act on. The singular purpose of analytics is to giv ... more


Automation will be the end of banks as we know them

The unbundling of the bank has begun. Just 10 years ago, the average consumer had very few financial relationships and interacted with just one or two institutions to fulfill all of their financial needs. But fintech companies are breaking up the old guard by focusing on specific things that banks ha ... more


5G is here. What that means and how you can get it

New York (CNN Business)— 5G is here. It promises super-fast speeds, and it will enable some really cool, futuristic technology. You can get it if you want it, but you practically have to stand on your head. What 5G tech you can get nowUshering in the mobile 5G era, AT&T announced in December tha ... more


Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with security, Narrator, and accessibility improvements

Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 preview with improvements to security, the Narrator app, and accessibility. The update bumps Windows 10 from build 18305 (made available to testers on December 19) to build 18309. These builds are from the 19H1 branch, which will arrive in the first half of ... more

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Volatility is back. It was just hibernating

New York (CNN Business) — Volatility is back. It's a shock for stock market investors who have enjoyed predictable returns over the past decade. In seven of the past nine years, the S&P has boasted double-digit returns. In 2017, the S&P 500 returned 22%. For buy-and-hold younger w ... more

Nonprofit groups in watchdog’s sights

NONPROFIT OUTFITS in the Philippines have become channels for funds from illegal activities, the Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) said in a report, citing over P600 billion worth of transactions involving corruption and fraud over the past five years. There is a “medium” threat for non-profit org ... more

Apple's iPhone has lost its magic

(CNN) — Almost exactly twelve years ago, Steve Jobs stepped on stage at MacWorld and unveiled the iPhone, touting it as a "revolutionary and magical product." Its unprecedented success would prove his point. The iPhone survived and thrived despite the 2008 financial crisis and a long list o ... more

What's In Your Startup Survival Kit For 2019? Seven Entrepreneurs Share The Contents Of Theirs

The start of a new year should be a time for optimism and thoughts of new business opportunities, but with major events like Brexit on the horizon, 2019 could turn out to be a rocky ride full of challenges. A positive outcome for founders will depend on their mindset, their business goals and the too ... more

Oil prices rise by more than 1 percent on China-U.S. trade talks, OPEC cuts

SINGAPORE (Reuters) — Oil prices rose by more than 1 percent on Friday, shaking off earlier losses, after China said it would hold talks with the U.S. government on Jan. 7-8 to look for solutions to a trade dispute between the world’s two biggest economies. Brent crude futures LCOc1 were at $56.60 pe ... more



'Vast areas of impunity' for people trafficking – U.N. report

VIENNA, Austria – A UN report has warned that "vast areas of impunity" remain globally for people traffickers, with victims subjected to crimes ranging from sexual exploitation to organ removal. Despite a recent trend towards more people trafficking convictions in many African and Middle Eastern coun ... more

The death of Venice? City’s battles with tourism and flooding reach crisis level

Venice’s Santa Lucia railway station is packed as visitors scuttle across the concourse towards the water-bus stops. Taking a selfie against the backdrop of the Grand Canal, Ciro Esposito and his girlfriend have just arrived and are unimpressed with what may greet them in future if the Venetian auth ..more

Egypt's #MeToo moment targets street harassment

Cairo, Egypt (CNN) –  Gehad al-Rawy beamed with joy as she emerged from an Egyptian courtroom last September. She had just won a sexual harassment case, with the judge sentencing her harasser to two years in prison. It was a rare victory in a country where, according to a 2017 survey by UN Women ..more

DFA checking if Filipinos among victims in Los Angeles shooting

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said Sunday that it is checking if any Filipinos were among the victims of the shooting in Los Angeles last Friday. The DFA in a statement said that the Philippine Consulate General in Los Angeles is coordinating with the local authorities ... more

Russian gas explosion toll hits 39 as rescue operation ends

Moscow - The number of dead from a New Year's Eve gas explosion in a Russian apartment block jumped to 39 on yesterday as rescuers finished searching for bodies in the rubble of the partially collapsed building. Russian official Alexandre Tchouprian said that 38 of the 39 bodies had been ... more


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