Before becoming one of television’s most cutting-edge and enduring programs, Saturday Night Live launched in 1975 with a ragtag ensemble of actors. Known as the Not Ready for Prime Time Players, the group helped create some iconic sketches and characters that are still fondly remembered today. In the business space, not being ready for prime time can be detrimental to potential success, say the results of a new study.
Mastering new forms of technology is sometimes akin to completing a university degree. Through rigorous learning practices, students eventually learn to succeed in a certain area of study. When cloud computing was first introduced, people were either skeptical about it or didn’t fully understand how it worked. Since then, the cloud has evolved, and increasing number of enterprises are benefiting from it.
The business world is full of important words that begin with the letter P, such as profit, presentation and products. Arguably, one of the most significant P words is productivity, a key area of focus for every company. In order to remain productive, employees and executives alike rely on certain devices to get their work done, and a series of new releases from Dell are designed with that goal in mind.