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The Markings Of A Better Spa POS

October 31, 2015 |

Point of sale or business point of sale system refers to the place and time when a transaction is done. It can beat this stage that customers make payments for goods and services. The merchant or service provider calculates just how much owed, has an invoice and finally issues an invoice. As technology keeps changing companies are embracing advanced point of sale that incorporates both software and hardware. Previously, retailers trusted electronic cash registers which in fact had limited functional and communication abilities. Today there are many points of sale to pick from including custom SpaPOS system.

A fitness sauna business promises great returns but that’s only business POS systems using the best treatments for operations. This could sound easy but experienced managers know too well that it could be tough to manage and satisfy all clients manually. As a result a health sauna business POS system the only solution but … Read More

Get Rid Of WGA Warnings In Windows

September 30, 2015 |

Regardless of as of now has immaculate and dependable Windows 7 actuation split in light of the sovereignty OEM instrument, programmers have figured out how to turn out with another initiation break technique as a different option for BIOS loader and OEM BIOS mod, which successfully sidestep the enactment necessity of the introduced Windows 7 framework, by uprooting and debilitating Windows Actuation Advances (WAT).

The hack attempts to “initiate” Windows 7 by bypassing enactment by and large, and in this way not require any item key. In Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, programmers endeavor to piece access of Windows Initiation Advances, including SPP (Programming Security Stage) and SLC (Programming Permitting Customer), which oversees and handles authorizing and enactment matters on the working framework to the center segments or records which are needed for its operation. By blocking, forestalling, uprooting and crippling access to or stacking of the actuation and … Read More

Responsive Versus Adaptive Web Design and Why It’s Important

June 24, 2015 |

It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that a website is just a website and that all sites are pretty much the same. While that might once have been true, the Internet changes fast and in recent years the requirements for websites have changed with it.

More and more of us are accessing the web via mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Indeed many people skip the desktop altogether and their only experience of the Internet is on mobile. The smaller screens of these devices mean that traditional websites don’t always display to their best advantage. If your site is to work in the era of mobile Internet it needs to be able to be able to display properly on any device.

Adapt or Respond?

To be effective in the mobile age a website needs to change to suit the device it’s being viewed … Read More

Measurable Marketing

April 22, 2013 |

Marketing has grown since the 1960s; the Internet has constructed a new wing — with rooms galore — on the mansion of effective marketing. However, it’s foolish for a business to engage in marketing efforts they can’t track. If you can’t see if something works — or if it’s more efficient than another method — how do you know if you’re wasting your time and money? If you can’t measure your ROI, switch up your methods. Marketing isn’t just about attracting people to your products; it’s about using your budget efficiently so you can have the biggest impact possible. Collect, organize and use the data you collect to benefit your marketing campaigns. Email marketing campaigns give you an unprecedented ability to sculpt, direct and evaluate marketing materials for a finely segmented audience; Pay-per-click advertising, on the other hand, lets you target a general audience — people searching for the type of product or service you … Read More

Find Out Who You are Online

January 1, 2013 |

Once people learn the extent of their online reputation they are hit with a number of emotions.  First is the shock and surprise.  They are amazed by the fact that people have actually taken the time to write comments about their experiences with you to share online.  These comments can be either good or bad.  Then comes the panic or fear.  You might be wondering what they are writing about.  Unless you are a newborn baby there is plenty of negative information to report about you online.  Anyone with any kind of history has something that they don’t want the public to know.  So, we pull it together and we face our fears and brace ourselves for the truth.  We are ready to find out.

When you are ready to view your online reputation you need to start at the beginning, where most people will begin to search you out.  You need to Google your … Read More

How the Cloud Can Help Digital Artists

December 11, 2012 |

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Cloud computing was once a tool used predominantly by businesses. It is now evolving into something that can be used by many interests including artists and graphic designers. Hardware and software follow a consistent growth model: As capabilities increase the costs decrease. We are at the point where individuals, entrepreneurs and creative types can make use of the cloud to save time and improve their own businesses.

We can look at the cloud overall as a tool to help manage information. But it also consists of the applications that are used, some of which are evolving to match the cloud’s capabilities. Again, following a similar hardware/software growth curve, applications were initially modified to work from within the cloud. The next generation of applications will be built native to the cloud technology.

A place to keep things

Keeping files on a DVD/CD or flash drive is convenient. But you have … Read More

Backup Software for Hedge Funds

December 6, 2012 |

All businesses in this technology driven world are subject to the potential disaster of data loss. Organizations that work with other people’s money, like hedge funds and banks, have to be particularly guarded against cyber attacks.

Remember how easy it was for Bane to rip off the Gotham stock exchange in The Dark Knight Rises? That scenario isn’t too far removed from real life, minus the psychopathic masked assassin. Due to the nature of the money that hedge funds manage (pensions, university endowments etc.), they must be particularly mindful of potential attacks and data loss; in the hedge fund game one mistake could mean the loss of millions of dollars. As a result, hedge funds have had to move toward many diffuse and layered forms of digital security. Backup software is always a good idea for people who hold sensitive information, and an essential safeguard for organizations that work in the digital transfer of money.

The Role of … Read More

Have you Protected all your Important Files ?

November 21, 2012 |

Everybody’s got valuable information of some sort that they hold dear. For some, it’s precious memories in pictures, or family videos. To you, it may make perfect sense to plan your taxes and balance your personal finances in an organized manner. Why, some of the music you grew up listening to is fast fading into oblivion. It took forever to find the perfect recipe for Sunday pot roast like grandma used to make. These are just a few examples of your highest priorities for which you rely on your trusty personal computing device as a secure storage option, elevating your PC, laptop, palmtop or smart phone to becoming your prime source of solace. At the end of the day it’s simply because your world – how you live and work, depends on it.

Now, pause for a moment – and imagine how totally devastated you’d be, to find out one day that all your critical … Read More

A Guide for the Perplexed: How to research & shop for insurance online

October 15, 2012 |

The internet is evolving very and fast and many businesses are taking advantage of its great malleability to provide people with an online counterpart to what was originally a “brick and mortar” service. The insurance industry has embraced the internet completely and has used it as a tool to provide consumers with an avenue to provide goo insurance-related services.

But there are still some consumers who may not be totally convinced that using the internet for their insurance needs is really the way to go. If you’re one of these people and you still need some convincing, here are some of the reasons why you should shop online for your home insurance:

It’s more time efficient

The “traditional” way of getting home insurance quotes from insurance companies would entail taking out the phonebook, calling different companies over the phone and then asking for quotes. The quotes are not given to you over the phone, it … Read More

SeeVolution Review

October 5, 2012 |

What is SeeVolution?

SeeVolution is a behavioral analytics tool by SeeVolution Inc. that allows webmasters to monitor click paths and website activity in real-time. Users simply need to sign up and register their domain with SeeVolution, after which they need to add a JavaScript tracking code to the pages for which they require information. Once the preliminaries are out of the way, users can get detailed information on visitors’ activity on their website, i.e. from where they are sourced, which areas of the website they visit and in what ways they do so. Below are some of the main features offered by SeeVolution to users:

Features

X-Ray

X-Ray is the advanced Heatmap technology offered by SeeVolution, comprising of Click Heatmap, Scroll Heatmap, Mouse Movement Heatmap and Live Click Heatmap. Relying on click scrolls and mouse movements by users, this advanced technology tracks the entire website and generates reports on areas with high visitor activity as … Read More

Convenient technologies for the Modern Home

September 11, 2012 |

You use technology–everything from smart phones to net books to MP3 players–every day, but is this technology incorporated into your home? For most people, the answer is no, but it might be time for that to change. Remember, your house isn’t just a place where you eat and sleep; it’s a crucial part of your daily experience. As such, it should be equipped with all the technology you need to simplify and modernize your life.

Kick back in a home theater

Whether you want to screen foreign films or watch kids’ movies with your family, a technology-loaded home theater will transform your viewing experience. Convert a recreation room or basement into a private theater with individual seating, a projector, a large screen and surround sound. You’ll never have to squish onto a small sofa or argue over the good seat again. Thanks to today’s technology, everyone will hear all of the dialogue and see every second of … Read More

The Mobile Cloud

April 26, 2012 |

With the rise of powerful cloud computing applications–and smartphones– the future of the Web is more about access than ownership. Applications won’t be owned, they’ll be accessed through the cloud. The same will be true for books, music and every other form of consumable digital media. Though Amazon stands as the giant of public cloud computing, there are many Amazon competitors that offer services with varying degrees of similarity to the electronic retailer’s own products. This is all made possible through elements of the cloud that only require minimal processing power on the devices used to access them. Mobility is the natural evolution of cloud technology. It won’t be long before everything that can be done on a computer will require neither a hard drive nor a computer, but a smartphone and a fast wireless connection. Here are a few current cloud-based technologies breaking ground in the mobile space.

1. Cloud Printing – Digital printing has … Read More

Top 5 Most Useful Cloud-Based Apps for College Students

March 27, 2012 |

For busy students, not having the right file on hand can be a major setback when working away from home. You may try to have your flash drive with you at all times, but what about the times that you forget to save an important document on the drive or forget to bring it with you at all? Cloud-based apps are designed especially for situations like these, so you can have all of your important documents fully accessible, whether you’re working from your home computer, laptop, tablet, or even your smartphone.

For students enrolled in technology degree programs, understanding and gaining personal experience with cloud-based apps can not only improve your convenience and organization for your classes, but can help you become more familiar with the technology you will likely encounter in a future career.

The following list compiles the top five cloud-based apps for fostering student learning and performance.

1. Gmail

There’s a good … Read More