We are talking about gamification when we apply elements such as competition with others, point-scoring, and rules of play - typically as an online marketing technique to improve and encourage engagement with a service or a product.Read More
Although coronavirus has had a devastating outcome and it’s not over any time soon, there is light at the end of the tunnel as it has brought solidarity and empathy to the whole world. All the nations are cheering for each other and that is what will get us through all of this. Hopefully, soon. Until then, while self-isolating and social distancing, there are lots of free tools and courses due to the outbreak of COVID-19 that you can look into and spend your time productively and effectively. It doesn’t matter if you are working from home or not, you will certainly find something useful for yourself. Check them out: 1. Google gave access to their advanced Hangouts Meet enabling video-conferencing up to 250 participants per call. 2. Microsoft made Microsoft Teams free for everyone with the 365 subscriptions. 3. Zoom is prolonging the time available for meetings online during the coronavirus outbreak for schools. 4. Calendly offers freeRead More
When it comes to outsourcing IT services the first thought that comes to mind is usually developers from distant Asian countries, but what many people don’t know is the fact that there is a great outsourcing solution near them, in Europe, in Serbia. da se idealno „autsorsing“ rešenje nalazi veoma blizu njih, na istoku Evrope, u Srbiji.Read More
Web summit is a conference that assembles the greatest names in tech industry, including founders and CEOs of the largest technology companies, fast-growing sturtups, policymakers and heads of state to talk about many issues that IT industry is facing every day and to discuss possible solutions for them. Among many others, some of the panelists are: Edward Snowden, Guo Ping, Brad Smith, Katherine Maher, Margrethe Vestager etc. It annually takes place in Lisbon, and this year it will be held November 4-7, 2019.
Belgrade Business International Case Competition 2018 BBICC is the global undergraduate business case competition that will be held for the sixth time in Belgrade, the capital city of Serbia. As one of the top global business case competitions, BBICC is a unique opportunity for international business schools not only to take part in challenging case competition, but also to experience Serbia and it's culture. This year their goal is to remain the crossroad of diverse cultures and also to create a good learning environment and to provide all the participants with valuable knowledge. Nevertheless, fair play and a high level of professionalism will be secured. This year they brought 20 Universities from all over the world to solve 3 real business problems with innovative ideas and they will ensure that all participants receive relevant knowledge for their professional future. Faculty of Organizational Sciences Faculty of Organizational Sciences is a higher education institution, part of the University of Belgrade, which dealsRead More
Finally, the new type of store was invented: no waiting on lines! Digital cash registers were the first step towards saving time, and now Amazon has developed a system that does not even include cash registers: therefore, consumers take groceries and freely leave the store.Read More
iPhone X commercials are drawing people's attention: they are all about selfies, face unlocking and emojis. With Animoji on iPhone X, you can create and share custom animated characters in the Messages app that use your voice and mirror your facial expressions.Read More