EMPIST Tech Talk Weekly Newsletter: Monday, July 27, 2020

The Weekly EMPIST News 

The Tech Talk Newsletter 

Your weekly EMPIST news is here! Get the latest tech news, marketing updates, EMPIST exclusives, tech trivia, and more. Are you ready for some news?  

The Weekly EMPIST News Update 

Dumpling is a new food delivery startup that was created to solve some of the problems with the other popular food delivery apps during this pandemic. Dumpling will allow shoppers to migrate off the Instacart platform, so they can start their own shopping business. As of now, Dumpling has allowed 2,000 shoppers to become their own boss setting their own service fees, trip percentages, store locations, hours, and more. Read the full story >>

The Weekly EMPIST News Blog  

The Benefits of Working with an IT Solutions Company  

Is Your IT Becoming a Full-Time Job? 

Every dollar a small business spends needs to have an immediate and quantifiable return. This is especially true for critical services such as IT support. If you are one of the millions of small businesses that depend upon your technology to keep your business running, a proactive IT solutions company can save you money, improve your efficiencies, and reduce your downtime. Read the blog >> 

The Weekly EMPIST News Tip 

From the EMPIST Help Desk 

What should your business have in place in the event of data loss? After a disaster, Backup & Disaster Recovery provides complete business continuity which restores access to your data, so you don’t miss a beat. 

The Weekly EMPIST News Trivia 

Question: The term “vaporware was used first used referring to what company’s product? 

The Weekly EMPIST News Marketing Spotlight 

We all know the struggle of the quarantine haircut or lack thereof. That’s why Old Spice partnered up with influencers for their latest ad campaign. The slogan “Hats are dumb. Hair is awesome.” was created for men to stop covering up their shaggy quarantine haircuts with baseball caps and embrace its natural style. Read the full story >> 

Trivia Answer: Microsoft Xenix Unix OS

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