Video Conferencing Market Size, Key Technology And Industry Trends Forecast Till 2026 | Fortune Business Insights

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Sep 07, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
The growing demand for next-gen communication tools is likely to expand the global video conferencing market during the forecast period. Fortune Business Insights in a report, titled “Video Conferencing” Market Size, Share and Global Trend By Component (Hardware and Software), By Industry Vertical (Corporate Enterprise, Health Care, Government, and others) and Geography Forecast till 2026,” states that rapid urbanization and automation is one of the chief drivers of the market. In addition to this, these advances are expected to transform the future of next-gen tools.

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Introduction of Disruptive Technologies such as VaaS Bodes Well For the Market

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MSI Launches Summit, Prestige, and Modern Business Laptop Series With 11th Gen Intel Processors


MSI, a brand known for gaming computers, has now officially forayed into the business laptop segment by unveiling three new series of laptops. The company officially launched the MSI Summit, MSI Prestige, and MSI Modern series of laptops based on the 11th Gen Intel Core Tiger Lake processors.

MSI Launches Summit, Prestige, and Modern Business Laptop Series

Amongst the bunch, one of the models is the Prestige 14 Evo, which is one of the first laptops in the world which is certified by Intel’s Evo platform.

MSI Summit Series

The MSI Summit series is a high-end premium business laptop lineup. These notebooks offer features like enterprise-grade security. Besides, these devices also offer TPM 2.0, IR Camera, fingerprint reader, and SD Card Lock.

All these models use PCIe Gen 4 SSD and Thunderbolt 4 with USB 4.0 to offer a faster data transfer rate. These laptops also come bilateral noise reduction for

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Payless Shoes Is Back in Business

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Payless is returning from the abyss. The popular, low-price shoe chain emerged from bankruptcy in January and is now relaunching with an e-commerce store, new leadership and retail prototype. The first physical store of its new iteration will open in Miami, the home of its new headquarters, this November.

Payless appointed former CAA-GBG president Jared Margolis as chief executive officer. The executive said that he sees the company as a “once-in-a-lifetime-opportunity,” both to alter the retail landscape and engage in social change. These efforts add to joint venture business operations in Latin America and franchise locations in Southeast Asia and the Middle East which continued, uninterrupted, during Payless’ bankruptcy proceedings in North America.

Margolis says that the company currently sees approximately $700 million in annual topline revenue from these combined ventures — a figure he estimates will double by 2025 once Payless North America returns to a fully functioning business.

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Our Guide to Launching an Online Clothing Resale Business

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Shopping usually means spending money — but what if you could use your passion for shopping to make some money?

That’s a real possibility, thanks to the booming world of online clothing reselling.

With platforms like Mercari, Poshmark and eBay, it’s easy to launch your own online clothing resale business. These six steps will help you get started.

1. Select a Platform

Your first step? Pick a platform.

Several online marketplaces are available for you to resell your clothing. Here’s a breakdown of three of the most popular options.


Everyone knows about eBay. It’s been around since the ‘90s, and you can buy and sell nearly everything, from car parts to cribs to new and used clothing.

What’s good about selling on eBay:

  • You can promote your items with eBay advertising, which is a simple and affordable way to get more eyes on your item.

  • You can sell your

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As the pandemic forced shutdowns worldwide, no aspect of the film industry faced a more immediate existential threat than the festival circuit. While mainstays from Cannes to Telluride chose not to hold events at all, others did the once-unthinkable: They migrated online. Now, the race is on to provide digital services that support the unexpected era of the virtual film festival.

Enter Shift72, which counts Toronto, New York, and Sundance among its upcoming clients. The New Zealand-based company has provided secure press and industry screening platforms since 2008 and has now emerged as a leading company poised to tackle the challenge of creating online festivals. However, it’s hardly alone in an industry that has just gotten started and could be here for good.

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Google might be about to disrupt the business card — and it’s starting with a trial in India.

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Up until now, you could only find detailed information about celebs and well-known public figures on Search, but the latest change will make it possible for civilians to control what people see when someone searches their name.

“If you’re a business professional, performer, or anyone looking to build up your own online presence, you might have a website, social profiles, and other information spread across many sites,” Google product manager Lauren Clark said. “If

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Strategic Plan For A Sustainable Business School

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This is a decisive step for EDHEC whose Global MBA is already ranked by The Economist at #1 in France, #2 in Europe, and #7 worldwide for opening new career opportunities. Our undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education participants will be the first to benefit, whether on our campus in Nice, Lille, Paris, London or Singapore.

We are committed to reinventing the kind of leaders we produce. The big shift will be in their ability to deal with global and complex issues. It’s about knowing how to learn, how to think and how to act, so they can

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Steph Curry and 25 Athletes With Major Business Empires Outside of Sports

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Being a professional athlete can easily make you a millionaire, but these sports stars have expanded their wealth by turning those team paychecks into veritable empires. See how these players have been making bank outside of the sports world.

Last updated: Aug. 7, 2020

1. Shaquille O’Neal

Former NBA pro Shaquille O’Neal has invested his money in companies he believes in — and it’s ended up paying off for him. O’Neal formerly owned 10% of Five Guys’ entire franchise portfolio and eventually sold it, telling CNBC that the burger business was “very good” to him. He was also an early investor in Google and invested in Ring before it was acquired by Amazon for $1 billion.

2. Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson

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Does your small business need a website? Try these services.
Does your small business need a website? Try these services.

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Fortunately, making your mark online has never been easier thanks to many companies offering easy-to-use website builders. That means you no longer need to hire a dedicated designer to construct your website. Many of these sites appreciate that you might not have expert knowledge, offering simple drag-and-drop interfaces and intuitive methods that help your website rank highly on search engines.

With so many services out there, how do you know what’s best for your business? Read on, and we explain what to look for when buying a website builder and everything you need to know about the best ones for you.

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