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E-invoicing Market | Easy Accessibility of Mobile Payment Systems to Boost the Market Growth

The e-invoice market size is poised to grow by USD 6.93 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of over 19% throughout the forecast period, according to the latest report by Technavio. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The report also provides the market impact and new opportunities created due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Download a Free Sample of REPORT with COVID-19 Crisis and Recovery Analysis.

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global E-invoicing Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)

The convenience and easy accessibility of mobile payment systems are driving the adoption of e-invoicing solutions. Mobile-based platforms and applications have simplified banking, commercial transactions, and billing payments. Physical transactions such as closing and opening an account, fund transfers, deposits, and withdrawals are

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Rewards made easy with Xoxoday’s seamless integration to business-critical platforms

BANGALORE, India, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Over the years, the role of rewards and incentives on influencing user behavior has been well established – in organizations both large and small. While every organization uses a host of technology platforms to streamline business operations, integrating the existing applications with a rewards automation platform like Xoxoday can help improve business efficiency.

Xoxoday Rewards and Incentives Technology
Xoxoday Rewards and Incentives Technology

Xoxoday Plum is a unique rewards & incentives platform that empowers users to choose a reward of their choice from a global catalogue of 20,000+ options.

Here is how Xoxoday integration will helps organizations:

Enhance Employee Productivity and Performance by Integrating with HRMS Solutions

Integrating Plum with HRMS solutions like SAP® SuccessFactors®, DarwinBox, Zoho People, BambooHR, etc. helps run reward programs directly from the HRMS platform. Organizations can send out automated and personalised rewards, incentives, gift cards, etc. to employees – anywhere in

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Texas Tech’s late-game implosion gives it easy case for top spot in Misery Index

If you’re a Texas Tech fan, you’ve seen some things over the last dozen years that would make less hearty souls lose all faith in the idea that watching college football is an emotionally sound decision. 



a group of people playing football on a field: Texas Tech Red Raiders wide receiver Erik Ezukanma (13) and defensive back Travis Koontz (16) react after the game against the Texas Longhorns at Jones AT&T Stadium.


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Texas Tech Red Raiders wide receiver Erik Ezukanma (13) and defensive back Travis Koontz (16) react after the game against the Texas Longhorns at Jones AT&T Stadium.

From losing the most popular and successful coach in program history (Mike Leach) over an issue that had nothing to do with on-field performance to enduring a future U.S. Senate candidate who was practically mailing it in on the sidelines (Tommy Tuberville) to the Kliff Kingsbury era that was always better in theory than in practice, it’s been a pretty rough ride. 

But has there been anything quite as disheartening in terms of single-game impact than Saturday’s ghastly implosion against

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Joe Biden’s campaign app had a bug that made it too easy to access voter info

While someone could get some of that same information through other means, the Vote Joe app trivialized obtaining it (among other issues, the software also doesn’t require users to verify their email). Moreover, the App Analyst found Vote Joe pulls in more data than it displays through its user interface, including what seems like a guess on TargetSmart’s part whether a person voted for the Democratic or Republican presidential candidate in a particular election.  

The Biden campaign says it fixed the bug on Friday when it rolled out an update for the app. “We were made aware about how our third-party app developer was providing additional fields of information from commercially available data that was not needed,” a spokesperson for the campaign told TechCrunch. “We worked with our vendor quickly to fix the issue and remove the information. We are committed to protecting the privacy of our staff, volunteers

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Time to Appreciate Our Older Teachers Because Adapting to New Technology is Not Easy



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Technology isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, especially the older generation. We all have seen our parents struggle with gadgets and it’s almost universal that seniors do actually have difficulty mastering their devices. On top of that, the year 2020 further forced them to embrace technology in every aspect of their lives, especially teachers. Even with decades of experience in teaching, online classes turned out to be a whole new ball game. However, despite not being tech-savvy, the elderly teachers and college professors in the country rose up to the challenge and adapted themselves to new technology in order to teach students online amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Learning new tricks every day, these teachers have been putting significant efforts and time for online teaching to make sure the students are productive even at home. Not to forget, many of them have also gone a step ahead, while trying
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Time to Appreciate Our Teachers Because Adapting to New Technology is Not Easy

Technology isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, especially the older generation. We all have seen our parents struggle with gadgets and it’s almost universal that seniors do actually have difficulty mastering their devices. On top of that, the year 2020 further forced them to embrace technology in every aspect of their lives, especially teachers. Also Read – Teachers’ Day 2020: All About Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, The Man Who Started This Day

Even with decades of experience in teaching, online classes turned out to be a whole new ball game for them. However, despite not being tech-savvy, teachers and college professors in the country rose up to the challenge and adapted themselves to new technology in order to teach students online amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Even for the younger lot, the transition from physical classrooms to virtual sessions was indeed a tough nut to crack, but nevertheless, as eager students, they slowly

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Digital Security Is as Easy as PGP | Tech Blog

Average computer users would be forgiven for not having any idea what PGP is. There is so much going on below the surface of the modern computing experience that even critically important security tools like PGP are tucked away.

To be sure, there are specialized circles that make regular explicit use of PGP. Diligent Linux users would have at least a passing familiarity with PGP, since the fact that manufacturers didn’t install our OS for us means we have to verify its integrity ourselves.

Otherwise, if your work doesn’t touch on information security, PGP would understandably be a mystery to you. But like I said, it is no less important for this reality. In fact, PGP played a significant part in why we have secure communications on the Internet. This actually isn’t because it’s widely used, although it definitely is utilized in software installation utilities the world over. Rather, its

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