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  • Machine learning tasks are classified into several broad categories. In supervised learning, the algorithm builds a mathematical model of a set of data that contains both the inputs and the desired outputs. For example, if the task were determining whether an image contained a certain object, the training data for a supervised learning algorithm would include images with and without that object (the input), and each image would have a label (the output) designating whether it contained the object.
  • In special cases, the input may be only partially available, or restricted to special feedback.[clarification needed] Semi-supervised learning algorithms develop mathematical models from incomplete training data, where a portion of the sample inputs are missing the desired output.
  • Thanks to cloud-computing services, users can check their email on any computer and even store files using services such as Dropbox and Google Drive. Cloud-computing services also make it possible for users to back up their music, files and photos, ensuring that those files are immediately available in the event of a hard drive crash.

  • What is ecommerce?

    Simply put, ecommerce refers to commercial transactions conducted online. This means that whenever you buy and sell something using the Internet, you’re involved in ecommerce.

  • Classifying ecommerce merchants according to what they’re selling

    1. Stores that sell physical goods

    2. Service-based e-tailers

    3. Digital products

  • Classifying ecommerce according to the parties involved

    1. Business to consumer (B2C) – Transactions happen between businesses and consumers. In B2C ecommerce, businesses are the ones selling products or services to end-users (i.e. consumers).Online retail typically works on a B2C model. Retailers with online stores such as Walmart, Macy’s, and IKEA are all examples of businesses that engage in B2C ecommerce.

    2. Business to business (B2B) – As its name states, B2B ecommerce pertains to transactions conducted between two businesses. Any company whose customers are other businesses operate on a B2B model.Examples include Xero, an online accounting software for small businesses, ADP, a payroll processing company, and Square, a payments solution for SMBs.

    3. Consumer to business (C2B) – Consumer to business ecommerce happens when a consumer sells or contributes monetary value to a business. Many crowdsourcing campaigns fall under C2B ecommerce. Soma, a business that sells eco-friendly water filters is one example of a company that engaged in B2C ecommerce. Back in 2012, Soma launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the manufacturing of their product. The project was successful, and Soma went on to raise $147,444.

    4. Consumer to consumer (C2C) – As you might have guessed, C2C ecommerce happens when something is bought and sold between two consumers. C2C commonly takes place on online marketplaces such as eBay, in which one individual sells a product or service to another.

    5. Government to business (G2B) – G2C transactions take place when a company pays for government goods, services, or fees online. Examples could be a business paying for taxes using the Internet.

    6. Business to government (B2G) – When a government entity uses the Internet to purchases goods or services from a business, the transaction may fall under B2G ecommerce. Let’s say a city or town hires a web design firm to update its website. This type of deal may be considered a form of B2G.

    7. Consumer to government (G2C) – Consumers can also engage in B2C ecommerce. People paying for traffic tickets or paying for their car registration renewals online may fall under this category.

  • Online storefronts

    Magento

    Demandware

    Shopify

    WooCommerce

    Volusion

    Drupal Commerce

    BigCommerce

  • Ecommerce success stories

    Amazon

    Saromart

    Birchbox

    Wayfair

    Zappos

  • Ecommerce flops

    Boo.com

    eToys.com

    Toygaroo

  • Advantages Of Ecommerce

    Low Financial Cost

    24/7 Potential Income

    Sell Internationally

    Easy to Showcase Bestsellers

    Personalized Online Experience

    Affordable employees

    Easier to Encourage Impulse Buy

    Easy to Retarget or Remarket to Customer

    Customers Get a Less Invasive Experience

    Gain Access to Customer Data Easily

    Able to Process a High Number of Orders

    Can Scale Business Quickly

    Can Grow Business Organically with Content



Managed Services Versus Traditional IT Support

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ReactiveManaged Services operate quite differently. A managed service provider is continually and proactively monitoring and making changes to your IT systems to ensure that things do not go wrong in the first place. Proactive. Traditional IT Support gives you access to a team of experts who are ready to solve your IT woes. This is typically a reactive support model where the customer would contact the IT support company when something goes wrong, or is not working as expected.
Proprietary. There are intelligent systems in place that enable the help desk staff to start working on fixes behind the scenes and ensure you remain productive without ever knowing there could have been a problem in the first place.Managed Services will also have in place dedicated resources (we call this our ‘Net Admin Team’) that are continually working on improving and streamlining your systems to ensure maximum performance enabling productivity. Open.To be fair, there are often some proactive elements in place that will alert the IT Support company such as an alert for a failed backup or the fact that a server has gone down. However, these are normally picked up at the time the event happens or if overnight not responded to until the following morning.
Historical reporting.The Net Admin team are working on improving your system and not picking up on known problems. The result of course is less problems and less cost.This is the huge difference between the two types of IT support – Managed Services have dedicated resources for performance and reliability and do not just for responding to problems as they occur. Predictive analysis.The fix though is reactive in that it is not until it has happened that the IT support company will then attempt to resolve or fix the issue.
Pricing for Managed ServiceManaged Services pricing is very different. It involves a transparent and fixed monthly fee for only the equipment and devices you have at any time. So if your company unexpectedly downsizes and you lose 5 members of staff who were using PCs there will be direct effect on your costs. You truly only ever pay for what you use in any given month.In a Managed Service model, help desk tickets are created on your behalf automatically and the same Service level agreement (SLA) response times are applicable (15 mins for business limiting). Pricing for traditional IT Support Pricing for traditional IT Support varies and comes in different flavours. Some negotiate an annual fee for unlimited access to a help desk. These are often then renegotiated each year based on how many calls were previously logged with the support desk.Some pre-pay for block hours and draw down on them as and when the customer needs them. This offers a low cost entry in IT support and access to a help desk only when you really need it. This model can suit much smaller companies who do not rely on their IT systems being operational in order to do business.


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