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    What to look for in a new PC

    By / June 21, 2020

    Blog provided by Curacao Buying a new desktop computer can be a major decision since you’ll be pouring no small amount of your finances into purchasing one. As a result, it’s important to know what you want out of a computer so you can make the right choice from all the personal computers on the… Read more

    How web hosting affects web design

    By / May 14, 2020

    Blog provided by Rack Alley It can be easy for a newcomer to confuse web design with web hosting due to the abundance of web hosting companies also offering website builders, such as Wix, GoDaddy, and Squarespace. However, these two are fundamentally different services that both play an integral part in websites reaching their intended… Read more

    How EDI uniform codes have changed business

    By / December 2, 2019

    Article by ACT Data Services, Inc. There was once a time when business transactions were recorded on paper and painstakingly filed and organized by hand. EDI or Electronic Data Interchange transformed commerce by automatically translating transaction records into a form compatible with different companies’ requirements for documentation. One of the ways EDI accomplishes this is… Read more

    How Much Do Streaming Services Charge?

    By / July 5, 2019

    Article by Herb Kimble. Everyone seems tired of cable and they’re now searching for some other way to get their media content. That’s where streaming services come in. Today, there are a number of these services that supply content for a reduced price. Both Hulu and Sling have become increasingly popular. But others are catching… Read more

    The Power of Lithium Ion Batteries

    By / February 21, 2019

    The current breed of lithium ion batteries is providing an unprecedented amount of power for commercial and personal applications while being smaller and more portable than ever before. For example, a lithium ground power unit can be much more easily transported and handled by an airport ground crew because it is more than 40 percent… Read more

    How to Secure Your Home’s Wi-Fi Network

    By / February 18, 2019

    Summary: Wireless networks are prone to cyber attacks. Be sure to take the appropriate steps to avoid leaking sensitive information. Wi-fi networks, needless to say, are literally everywhere you look – coffee shops, libraries, restaurants, and even bars. Let’s say you decide to go to a restaurant and connect to the Wi-fi network to stream… Read more

    Project Management Made Easy

    By / February 15, 2019

    Summary: If you work with multiple employees you need a robust project management system to keep everyone’s work under control. On one hand, you have more people to help with operations, finances, product development, and management. On the other hand, figuring out how to get to the point where everyone is working together and daily… Read more

    How to Optimize a Campaign Without Touching the Landing Page

    By / December 23, 2018

    This article was written by Pierre Zarokian When we think about our campaign conversion rates, we tend to assume so much rides on our landing page. In reality, there are a number of changes you can make to your ads without ever touching the landing page at all. Buy Better Traffic Part of the initial… Read more

    Using Project Management Resources to Improve Workflows

    By / November 12, 2018

    Summary: Using a service to keep track of your various projects can make your organization more productive. To improve the workflow of your employees you should invest in the tools that can help them work both better and faster. Efficiency is something that can be hard for an organization of any type to achieve, especially… Read more

    How to Manage Essential Hardware for Mission-Critical Environments

    By / May 25, 2018

    Summary: Finding the right hardware for your command center is dependent on your business needs. The right hardware for a command center depends on the type of business or organization and the amount of surveillance that they require. A small business that’s running on a limited budget cannot afford to work with the same type… Read more

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