Category: Companies

  • ChatGPT Enterprise is now available for enterprises

    August 2023: A Month to Remember in AI August has been a month full of news in the field of Artificial Intelligence. Among them, the launch of ChatGPT Enterprise by OpenAI stands out. But what does this mean for enterprises' digital transformation strategy? Security: A Double Edge Functionalities: Beyond the Hype...

  • SEO with ChatGPT: The New Digital Marketing Frontier

    Discover how Generative Artificial Intelligence, with ChatGPT at the forefront, is revolutionizing SEO. Learn how this technology can optimize your content, improve your search engine rankings and deliver a unique user experience. Dive into the future of SEO with ChatGPT, the tool that is changing the rules of the game.

  • Convenience

    I have been thinking about this word, convenience, for some time now. If years ago we used to talk about convenience, those conveniences that were achieved in the United States in the seventies, in Spain in the nineties and in Latin America are being achieved now, I believe that now it is time to talk about convenience rather than comfort. In other words, we are no longer pursuing...

  • What happens when the intrapreneur is the CEO?

    When a company is created, the CEO is an entrepreneur by force Rather, when a company is created, a CEO is chosen from among the entrepreneurs that form it; but I am not referring to this situation but to companies in a consolidation or growth phase, or simply to companies in decline. When...

  • Why are startups the pretty girls of the 21st century?

    Globalization has brought us two pieces of news, one is good and the other is bad. The good news is that the market is now huge, worldwide, global; the bad news is that competition has also grown. Today it is impossible to compete alone; collaboration and transparency are the hallmarks of this turbulent...

  • StartupSpain I. Definitions

    A year and a half ago we started talking about StartupSpain. Initially it was just a hypothesis, but it ended up becoming a truism, to the point that in April 2011 it was already clear that whoever it was, someone would end up launching this National Support System for startups. First of all, we must be clear that a...

  • Google has the wind at its back

    I don't know how far Google can go, but I think it will be the most powerful company in history. I mean, the future is in mobility, in device independence, in ergonomics and in having a complete ecosystem of people who develop for you. And Google already has all that. Its big...

  • Six reasons to go for startups now

    There is already a consensus that the economy needs a revival; which is a euphemism for saying that the economy needs a change in its structure. I believe that business needs to shift towards startup models, which are nothing more than small companies doing big things. I think this is...

  • Tangible fixed assets are a burden to growth

    For a company it is almost always better to rent than to buy for cash and tax reasons. The access to the financing is more and more difficult every day and the light company is imposed. Let us therefore avoid tying up capital in the servers because it is not worth the investment, and because the obsolescence times of the hardware are every day more...

  • #manifiestonube 6 They have solved that problem before.

    When we talk about a web application that is constantly active, that it works is normal, however, that it fails is a serious mistake of the IT manager. When we think about launching new things constantly, failure is normal, but it is always better to have someone by your side who has already seen failures...

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