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How to Optimize a Campaign Without Touching the Landing Page

By / May 23, 2014

This article was written by Ted Dhanik 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

How To Keep Your Servers Cool

By / April 20, 2014

Article written by MovinCool Your office’s server room is always kept cool, isn’t it? It always seems like when you step in, the room is freezing and you’re there wondering how anyone can stand to keep it this way. Well that frigid temperature is important for your computer and server’s health and performance. You probably… Read more

Get the Work You Pay For

By / April 16, 2014

Written by Allied Time 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… Read more

Lenovo is diversifying its hardware business

By / March 5, 2014

The world’s No. 1 Personal Computer (PC) maker, Lenovo, is also concentrating its efforts in becoming a powerful smartphone maker. It dominates the Chinese PC market and due to shrinking worldwide PC sales it is expecting to diversify. The Chinese hardware maker is aiming at taking a bite of Apple and be a contender for… Read more

Keeping Cool

By / February 18, 2014

By Movincool                 There are a lot of companies and schools that decide to place all their computers in one designated computer room. This makes it convenient for all the people in the office or school since there is only one place for them to go to in order to access a computer. It is… Read more

Your personal cloud made easier

By / February 7, 2014

Many of us signup for free teaser cloud storage accounts from popular services such as Google Drive, Dropbox and Apple iCloud to find that we max out the limit soon. To get around the limits, many of us open multiple accounts with multiple log-in. These provide challenges such as remembering passwords and most face difficulty… 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

Monitoring to Prevent Distraction

By / December 19, 2013

A company that uses a lot of computers will find it hard to monitor what its employees do with them. With all those screens it is simply too difficult to control what the employees do on their computers. Of course, there is a certain amount of time allowed for non-work related and personal matters but… Read more

Facebook’s Open Compute Project to revolutionize the entire data center industry

By / December 3, 2013

Announced in April 2011, Open Compute Project (OCP) is a brain child of Facebook. It is intended to openly share data center products for efficiency and designs. The ever increasing demand for computer infrastructure, hardware and software, drove Facebook to find a cheaper and better alternative to traditional data center products. Facebook is known for… 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

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