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    Thanks to the Alfred Mann Foundation, a Marine Reclaims What he Lost

    By / March 18, 2015

    A retired staff sergeant is getting a second chance at a normal life. Staff Sergeant James Sides was out on patrol when he encountered an IED. This was his second tour of Afghanistan, and Sides was trained for these situations. Unfortunately, even the best training can’t predict every possible scenario. During the attempt at diffusing,… Read more

    How the Time Clock is Shifting to the Cloud

    By / September 26, 2014

    Business is in transition, and more employees are working offsite. That has enabled smaller companies to scale quickly through a reduction of costs on supplies, but it presents a different sort of problem. Companies need to be able to track an employee’s activities. The traditional Amano time clock employees once knew is shifting to the… Read more

    The Most Important Industry in the World

    By / September 8, 2014

    By Brand College Are you looking to change fields? Have you never really had one in the first place, but just kind of jumped from one industry to the next as it made sense? If either is true, it’s probably time you begin thinking about moving into information technology. Without a doubt, this is the… Read more

    Baidu vs. Google

    By / July 1, 2014

    Today the most popular search engine in China is Baidu.com. It claims more than 81 percent of the Chinese search traffic and rank within the top five worldwide search sites. Google on the other hand is the unquestionable worldwide leader in search engines. It has more than 87 percent of the U.S. search market share… Read more

    Get the Work You Pay For

    By / April 16, 2014

    Everyone knows people work harder and better when they know they’re being watched or monitored. It’s simply human nature. However, once your company hits a certain size, it can be difficult keeping an eye on every one of your people. Fortunately, thanks to employee time clock software, you no longer need to be omnipresent to… Read more

    Target credit information breach calls for newer smart chip card technology

    By / January 2, 2014

    On December 19, 2013, retail giant Target revealed that its customer data has been breached. Initial report indicated that hackers may have obtained names, addresses, bank account and other vital information of about 40 million its customers. But as days went by and more and more information became available, many think it may have affected… Read more

    How to Make Effective Display Ads

    By / November 18, 2013

    By Ted Dhanik  Online display ads are posted on websites that are geared towards a specific target audience.  They are incredibly powerful marketing tools that have been shown to increase sales and clients for many companies worldwide.  Display advertising can be used to accomplish specific goals for a business’ marketing aims such as increasing website traffic… Read more

    The Importance of Lactose Tolerance to Europe’s Development

    By / September 27, 2013

    By Phin Upham Are you able to drink milk and eat cheeses without feeling sick? If so, you can likely trace your ancestry to a single line of Hungarian farmers and herders from 7,500 years ago. According to an article in Nature, most Europeans are lactose tolerant because of a single genetic mutation that was… Read more

    Apple outshines Research In Motion (RIM)

    By / December 10, 2012

    The BlackBerry maker Research In Motion was the enterprises choice for company provided phones.  It has seen its dominant 19.9 percent market share in 2009 for smartphones dwindle to about 4.7 percent this year.  Slowly but steadily, Apple now is the choice in the enterprise market place beating RIM and expected to maintain its dominance… Read more

    Use Satellite Tracking For Your Real Time Vehicle Management

    By / July 8, 2012

    Having real time knowledge of your fleet condition as well as data is the most important aspect in the management of vehicles anywhere in the world. This is because, in a transport company, vehicles are constantly on the move thereby calling for a system that can provide important data when needed. This kind of control… Read more

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