How Wires and Cables Can Make or Break Your Business

Feb 10th, 2014 | By

Wires and cables play a huge part in everyday business operations. They have their obvious applications, such as electricity and data transfer, but other industries rely on cables and wires to run efficiently on a daily basis. The durability of the cables, wires and associated components is also incredibly important when it comes to operations,
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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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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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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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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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Can Apple Succeed in the Television Business?

Apr 3rd, 2013 | By

Having revolutionized the way people purchase music and having created a revolution in the tablet industry, Apple is rumored to be turning its sights to the realm of television. Naturally, the Cupertino-based company isn’t commenting on those rumors, but industry observers feel that Apple is definitely looking to television as the new frontier to conquer.
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When Is Hybrid Cloud Storage Right for Your Business?

Apr 2nd, 2013 | By

Hybrid cloud storage is becoming ever more popular, as organizations look to take advantage of the benefits of public and private clouds while mitigating the drawbacks. Public clouds offer a pay-as-you go financial model as well as easy scalability to deal with spikes in demand. A public cloud solution is also very cost-effective, since organizations
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6 Email Mistakes for Businesses to Avoid

Nov 27th, 2012 | By

The lesson has been the same for years: Once something goes into writing, it can’t be unsaid. But when even high-ranking public officials are ensnared in an email controversy, it’s clear the lessons haven’t completely sunk in for everybody yet. While you know not to put personal matters in an email to a business partner
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Why I Check My Email First

Oct 16th, 2012 | By

Hardly a week goes by without me seeing at least one blog post about how you shouldn’t check your email or social media to start your day, and that you should just launch into what you want to accomplish. I totally understand the intent behind this advice. However, there is one big reason to check
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What is Google Fiber, and Will It Change the Broadband Industry?

Aug 27th, 2012 | By

It’s no secret that Google likes to shake up entire industries, having done so in areas like Internet search, smartphone development, and email service. The company could be poised to do the same thing again, although on a much bigger scale. For the past several months, Google has been planning the deployment of its Google
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