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Monthly Archives: April 2013

Facebook – A Social Networking Website With Millions Of Users

April 10, 2013 |

Today the world is passing through the most parallel technology. With huge work done in field of science and technology, today the world has become a global village. The best medium of communications and interactions is a place called social media sites. Facebook is a unique social media site which was established by a software engineer Mark Zuckerberg. He has made the social networking site of facebook as best place for fast communication, interaction and entrepreneurship across the globe. Facebook has redefined the best possible ways of communication and systems of interactions in present world. Social networking sites are wrapped with popularity today. The fashion of social networking sites is on high heels today due to their latest happenings and enhancements. A place is admirable more by the users when it keeps on adding new tactics, options and icons for boosting traffic towards their forums.

Best Social Networking Media Website

Facebook has been rated as … Read More

Remote Storage and Your Data: Risks and Rewards

April 9, 2013 |

Most of you reading this will be aware that cloud storage represents an easy and affordable way to store and back up your files. By outsourcing your storage provision to someone else (either through a free utility like Google Drive or to a more tailored premium service provider), you can ensure that your material is safe and sound in the event that your home computer inexplicably bursts into flames. However, while the Cloud has been trumpeted from the heavens as a kind of omnipotent solution to all the world’s greatest technical problems, its positive qualities frequently come paired with a downside. Here are some of the most important to bear in mind:

1. Outsourced provision removes control from the user

Although relocating your resources to off-site providers can reduce costs and the stresses inherent in creating secure protected server systems, it comes with the immediate disadvantage that control is completely taken away from you. While … Read More

Securing Your Core Network With A Security Gateway

April 9, 2013 |

Security is an important thing for internet users, as well as, service providers.  Consumers protect themselves by getting an anti-virus and security software, whereas service provider use a security gateway to protect their customers and enterprise from the exploitations and attacks that can come from the numerous types of networks for mobile and fixed networks over the internet.

An operator’s core network is exposed to numerous types of attacks and exploitations through their mobile voice and multimedia traffic’s back hauling since it’s use is through the internet.  Subscribers can easily and transparently access and roam between 3 and 4G networks, as well as, Wi-Fi and small cell networks.

Security gateways differ in their scalable platforms in the market but there are some that reach over a million Internet Sec tunnels per blade with sub second fail-over.  The levels of security can vary as well.  One of the leading security … Read More

Is your Office “Ready to Go?”

April 8, 2013 |

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You’ve got your office all set up and ready to go. Each desk has a computer, the printers are in place, and the copy machine is waiting for jobs. The break room is stocked and the supply closet is overflowing.

Looks perfect, right? Not so fast!

Many business owners place so much focus on the outward accoutrements of day-to-day business operations that they neglect to pay attention to the inner workings of electrical wires and cables that actually allow their computers to compute, their Internet to connect, their printers to print—and their businesses to run smoothly!

Although wiring your office isn’t something you want to do yourself—leave that to the experts, for sure—you can take steps to ensure you have all the supplies you need to get your business connected, powered up and ready to go.

Here’s what you’ll need.

Network Cables

Computer networks require specialized cables. One option is … Read More

Quick Steps to Getting Started with a Solid Appointment Setting Service

April 5, 2013 |

Finding the right appointment setting services can help you to save time so your employees can use their talents growing your core business and can help you to save money by not having to pay salaries or pay for training. These pivotal services can also help you to reach your business goals faster by getting qualified leads. Before you can do any of that, you have to find the right appointment setting service, and doing that can often be easier said than done.

Here are a few quick steps you can take to get started with a solid appointment setting service so that you can start taking your business to the next level to meet your goals:

 

Ask for Referrals

One of the best ways to find a good service provider in any industry is to ask for referrals. Getting a referral for an appointment setting service can increase your likelihood of finding … Read More

How an App can Advance 15 Year-Old Technology

April 3, 2013 |

Take a close look at your new smartphone and remember how anxious you were to hold it in your hands after reading all the reviews and seeing the TV commercials. But if you pop open the cover and examine the battery you might as well be stepping into a time machine to travel back fifteen years because that is how old your battery technology is. In an article that shuns smartphone battery life, the author accuses it of being the Achilles’ heel of otherwise solid phones. The article goes on to say that technologies like 1080p screens and wireless screen mirroring has been hamstrung by batteries that can’t keep up.

A solution

Though battery technology is still stagnant and crying for improvements, app developers have been coming out of the woodwork to take to the challenge of compensating. The solution resides in the best Android battery saver app: Snapdragon’s BatteryGuru. It may not re-invent the … Read More

Comparing iPhone 6 and Samsung S III

April 3, 2013 |

Since iPhone 6 hasn’t been released yet, rumors believe it will be almost identical to the iPhone 5 so in comparison we’re breaking down the IPhone5 and the Samsung S III Smartphones and see which is better and why.

• Design

IPhone 5 offers a slim aluminium back cover with a non-removable battery and a fingerprint and oil resistant screen (front cover.) Dimensions are: 128.8 mm height, 58.6 mm width and 7.6 mm thickness.

Samsung Galaxy SIII offers a plastic back cover with a removable battery and a Corning Gorilla Glass II screen (front cover.) Dimensions are 136.6 mm height, 70.6 mm width and 8.6 mm thickness.

Depending on if you want a slender phone, or a larger phone, both sizes offer a good fit to users.

• Screen

IPhone offers a 4 inch IPS screen with 1136 x 640 res (306 dpi.) In the dark you are supplied with maximum brightness and a less … Read More

Home Office Gadgets You Absolutely Need

April 2, 2013 |

Do a search for home office gadgets, and you’ll find a plethora of items that are “essential” for your office. However, while USB mini-fridges are cool, they aren’t exactly necessary for your business to run effectively.

What you need are technology tools that help you stay connected, communicate effectively, and facilitate the inner workings of your business. Ditch the old school water cooler, and think awesome business technology.

Printer/Scanner

No matter how much some companies try to create a “paperless office,” there are some things that just have to go down on paper: messages on official letterhead, packing slips, invoices, tax documents, hard copy files, and more. And sometimes, there are items that need to be scanned, saved to your hard drive, or forwarded through email. A good printer-scanner combo is essential to keeping your business running.

  • Estimate your current and future printing needs. The frequency at which you print items and the quality at … Read More

Achieve Organizational Success by Implementing Performance Management and Practices!

April 2, 2013 |

Performance Management is a broad term that basically means to have a set of strategies to meet the organization’s goals and objectives efficiently and effectively. Recently, the term has become a buzzword for most organizations due to the cut throat competition in leadership and control. Therefore, every organization’s Human Resource encompasses a wide variety of practices and strategies that are summarized under the umbrella of Performance Management (PM).

When I started reading about this subject, I was left baffled by the scope of actions and strategies it involved. If you are hoping to have an organization that would work efficiently through giving maximum output with minimum input then you need to know all about performance management. The crux of the term is to amalgamate strategy and integrated approach and apply it to the teams and individuals of the organization to receive successful results. You must be wondering how that works. Here are three of the … Read More

Branding Through Web Design

April 1, 2013 |

By now most business owners have realized the importance of developing a website for their company. These websites help new clients find the company, allow the company to communicate directly with their consumer base and are a great form of advertising. Creating a successful website is not as simple as throwing some words on a Web page, however. A well-developed website will attract more readers, engage people and encourage more business. Whether you build a site yourself or contract a Web design professional, here are some of the most relevant emerging trends in website design for 2013 for business owners to keep in mind as they start working on their own website.

The Importance of Responsive Design

Responsive design really became popular in 2012, and it’s likely to continue growing into 2013. This design makes it easier for websites to be displayed well regardless of the device. This means that whether a potential customer is using a … Read More