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Michael Guta

Michael Guta

Michael Guta is a Staff Writer at Small Business Trends, focusing on technology and business systems. He has a B.S. in Information Communication Technology, with emphasis in Technology Management. He has used his degree to consult in the implementation of information and communications technology in developing regions. This included finding viable technologies where there is limited or no network and power infrastructures in place. He writes on tech related subjects for publications, global companies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).

Tweet Binder Launches Reports for Instagram Insights

Tweet Binder is known for giving users the ability to get infographics and other visually appealing data from their social activity on Twitter. Now, the company is bringing a similar service for users' Instagram activity.

Evolution of the Office: Times They Are a-Changin’

For some of us, the 1980s don't feel that long ago. But when you see how work got done back then, you realize just how long ago that really was. This infographic from Visually for Jive looks at changes in the workplace over nearly the last half-century.

“What Did They Just Say?” 75 Business Jargon Acronyms Explained

There are new terms entering the small business marketplace every day. And to make matters a little more confusing, it seems they all have acronyms before we've even learned what the long form means. Confused by all the letters and no words? Here's a handy guide to some of the most used small business acronyms today.

Animaker Launches Video Infographics

Animaker gives small businesses an affordable way to present their very important -- and usually, very dry -- data in a more visually-appealing manner and also a way of creating video marketing messages.

MOO Now Lets You Tweet Business Cards Effortlessly

New NFC-enabled smart business cards from Moo allow recipients of your card to spark a number of instant reactions, like sending a tweet or even opening your app simply touch the card to a smartphone.

Freshbooks Card Reader Is On Its Way

Announced late last year, the FreshBooks credit card reader is finally on its way to joining a very crowded market of similar devices.

Will the New Facebook Emoticons be Helpful to Marketers?

Facebook has introduced new Reactions that go beyond the traditional Like button. Now, your readers can share a range of emotions with your posts. How can these Reactions be utilized by small businesses?

Selfie Password May Soon be Available, per MasterCard

MasterCard says its new selfie and fingerprint password features are designed to increase the security of its banking customers. People with fingerprint scanners on their phones will obviously be able to use that feature to sign in to their accounts. Others can use a phone's selfie feature to sign in, too.

What is Digital Knowledge Management & Why Should Small Businesses Care?

We are witnessing a major shift: the rise of AI services like Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant are changing how consumers find and interact with small businesses. Watch this webinar and find out what you can do to power your business across all the new services of today and tomorrow.

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