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Air conditioning and hardware

By / November 9, 2014

Written by MovinCool If you think that it is a bit ridiculous why hardware stores need to have air conditioning, think again. Outdoor cooling and even portable air conditioners are sometimes required by these businesses because their inventory has quite a bit of requirements that need to be complied with. You might not know this,… Read more

Who is winning the enterprise storage battle?

By / October 1, 2014

Enterprise storage is data storage designed for large-scale, high-tech companies. In the information technology field, storage devices play a significant role. They are a must for online storage, backups, archiving and disaster recovery. Many see more than $8.1 billion a year total storage industry market growing more than eight percent a year. According to Morningstar,… Read more

How the Time Clock is Shifting to the Cloud

By / September 26, 2014

Written by: Allied Time 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… Read more

Cybersecurity or profits; Retailers dilemma

By / September 12, 2014

Retailers such as Home Depot learned it the hard way. With $79 billion a year in annual sales it pays for Home Depot to protect its system from hackers. It employs layers of security software including a key to protect its retail terminals and others from cyber hackers. Yet the Home Depot confirmed that its… 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

Lenovo slowly becoming a giant in computer business

By / August 8, 2014

The world’s top selling computer maker Lenovo, the Chinese maker of personal computers and smartphones, is growing leaps and bounds. It is acquiring mobile phone brands, server businesses and many other technological businesses worldwide. It is world’s number three computer maker behind Samsung Electronics of South Korea and Apple of the US. Today it is… Read more

Cooling for a Server Room

By / July 18, 2014

Small server rooms can usually get away with using a portable room air conditioner to cool the equipment. Failure to provide adequate cooling will lead to server crashes, and potentially a loss of business. For those with larger server rooms, or servers I more than one space, you will need to calculate the heat generation… 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

Search giants Baidu vs Google

By / June 13, 2014

The Chinese Internet search engine giant Baidu is growing much faster than Google. In China, Baidu.com is the most popular website. More than 81 percent of searches are carried out on Baidu in China and Baidu falls into the elite top five sites in the world. Online search based advertising revenue generates more than 79… Read more

Hourly vs. Salaried Employees

By / June 11, 2014

When you’re hiring an employee, it’s your job to determine whether you want that employee to function on an hourly basis, or whether you want to keep them on salary. There are some subtle differences, such as latham time clocks for hourly personnel, that will determine which is best for your situation. Hourly employees, for… Read more

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