Archive for April 2013

Top Computer Security Programs with the Best Reputation

Apr 30th, 2013 | By
Use multiple layers of protection against identity theft.

Keeping your computer and website safe and secure is part of keeping your clients safe and protected. It also helps protect your business reputation. There are lots of reasons to monitor your computer’s security. Nowadays there is cause to be concerned about such things as identity theft, hacking attacks, and computer viruses and malware. Just
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The Realities of Decision-Making with Big Data

Apr 29th, 2013 | By

A survey by the SAS Institute found that 67% of companies are now using big data in order to gain an edge over their competitors. Their use of analytics has enabled 46% to streamline operations, 36% to identify target customers, and 29% to evaluate employees. Your business’s software systems already collect vast amounts of data,
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5 Questions to Ask a Potential Cloud Computing Outsource

Apr 24th, 2013 | By

Many businesses have evaluated their current IT infrastructure and determined that outsourcing data to the cloud is more efficient and cost-effective, since the cloud allows data to be accessed from anywhere in the world. Third-party cloud servers provide businesses efficiency and flexibility since companies use as much or as little storage capacity as they need. Before
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Get Wild with Your Content with Oscar Wilde

Apr 23rd, 2013 | By
Oscar Wilde

If you’ve ever written online content, you know that there are some days when it’s just flat out difficult to “get in the zone” or “mood” to write. However, one of the hallmarks of a good content creator is the ability to pump out content no matter what the circumstance. To do this, you might
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Content Marketing: The Best Strategy For Winning Over Woman-Owned Businesses

Apr 22nd, 2013 | By

Woman-focused marketing is typically associated with B2C transactions – it’s likely familiar to you from “pinkified” yogurt commercials and gaffes like the recent BIC pens for women debacle. But figuring out how to effectively market to women is hugely important for B2B companies as well. Let’s take a look at why this should be a
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(Rubber) Erasing Past Mistakes

Apr 18th, 2013 | By

Mistakes happen in writing and in life, so it’s awfully handy to have an eraser around to get rid of errors and make a fresh start when possible. Long before the desktop computer, laptop, smartphone, or eReader tablet was in existence, people actually jotted down inspirations and even complete articles, stories, and novels with a
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How to Build a B2B-Friendly CRM

Apr 16th, 2013 | By

It is a general notion that CRM is for customer centric businesses only. The name of the application also suggests the same since it’s called customer relationship management (CRM) system. Honestly, it is the customer management aspect of the application that has attracted most attention and therefore, when it comes to discuss the past, present
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Workplace Safety Management: Hottest Trends for 2013

Apr 15th, 2013 | By

Safety managers face a variety of challenges due to their responsibilities. They do not only have to address safety issues holistically but also ensure that the safety approaches used remain consistent across borders while achieving more with less. They must use reliable sources of safety information and keep abreast of the latest trends in their
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Top 10 B2B Website Weaknesses

Apr 10th, 2013 | By

A brief web dev rant. On the whole, B2B websites leave a lot to be desired. Some are weak in their own unique ways, but more often, they share the same problems, each having a ruinous effect on the site’s ability to make a good impression and generate leads. Here is the rundown. Awful optimization.
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How the Google Plus Little Red Square May Win the Social Media Game

Apr 9th, 2013 | By
The Little Red Square

As many of you who follow me know, I’m a Twitter believer. It has been the most productive social media network for my business, connecting me with new business and opportunities I couldn’t have imagined even five years ago. But as much I love and use it, I do think Google Plus could win the
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