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Technologies Review | July 19, 2019

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How To Pick Web Host For SEO and Speed

March 18, 2016 |

Decided to develop and level up your own online business? Began to explore SEO? Then you should probably learn a lot of new stuff about web hosting and select the most optimal variant of web host. How to understand which web host tools you need and which options will be helpful for effective search optimization?

Probably, most IT business owners have no idea about the importance of web host for both site ranking and customer’s satisfaction. This aspect is crucial. If pages of your site load too slowly, Google is most likely to apply some kind of penalty (in the worst cases – ban a site), making your site tanking lower. Moreover, If it takes more than two-three seconds for your site to load, users will leave it, dissatisfied with its speed and performance and not getting what they want. The more time is required for your site to load, the … Read More

Benefits Of Computer Monitoring In The Workplace

September 22, 2015 |

Keystroke logging is a common practice in big companies when it comes to monitoring their employees’ computer activities, especially when the employees use gadgets or devices that the company provides. At first glance, this seems like the invasion of the employees’ privacy. Upon further look, though, most employers and employees tend to agree that there are several benefits to this practice.

Below are some benefits that computer and employee monitoring provide:

  1. Computer monitoring can keep track of an employee’s productivity. By using keystroke logger software (by example this:, the employer can check how productive each hired hand is on a daily basis. For example, Employee A can finish encoding ten resumes in thirty minutes, Employee B can finish twenty in the same amount of time, and Employee C can finish only five. By monitoring all three employees’ keystroke activities, the employer is made aware … Read More

5 New Linkedin Features That Can Help Your Business

July 7, 2015 |

When we think of social media, the first thought that comes to mind is usually not LinkedIn. On its home page, LinkedIn touts itself as “the world’s largest professional network.” Most think of LinkedIn as a site just for professionals and those seeking jobs as professionals. If you’re bypassing this social media site because you’re thinking these things, you may need to think again. LinkedIn has some new tools that can go a long way in helping grow your business.

You start like everyone else, with a basic listing. A typical example would be the LinkedIn listing for Start Elevator, Inc.. This construction company, located in the Bronx in New York, has itself listed as a company with its own LinkedIn address. That’s the start; where do we go from here?

LinkedIn can be a powerful cornerstone in your business’s social media presence. There are some … 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

Why Technology Is Travel’s Most Influential Trend

June 2, 2015 |

Though there are a number of travel trends that will make waves in 2015 and beyond, if there’s one trend those in the hospitality industry should pay attention to, it’s travelers’ desire for more access to technology. In fact, some analysts have deemed technology the “most disruptive force in the travel industry today.” According to Hospitality Technology Magazine, hospitality sector spending on technology is projected to increase to approximately $8 billion dollars in 2015.

Why such demand for technology? The answer’s not surprising. Today’s travelers, particularly millennials, are looking for opportunities to experience technology while on vacation in the same way they experience technology at home. Connectivity is of particular importance to the millennial generation, a generation of digital natives that comprises a growing segment of travelers. Posting to Twitter, uploading photos to the cloud, publishing “braggies” on Instagram; each of these actions define our lives while at home, and naturally … Read More

Finding The Internet Package For A Small Business

October 1, 2013 |

All small businesses these days need to be connected to the internet in order to operate smoothly. There are a lot great business deals out there from numerous internet service providers. However it is important to do some thorough research into the best type of internet available for your business. The three most common types of broadband internet are, fibre optic, cable and ADSL.

 By far the most stable and fastest form of broadband for both business and residential customers is fibre optic broadband. It has extremely fast upload and download speeds at all times and is far less likely to give your business any downtime that may give your business a loss in customers and revenue. However, fibre optic broadband is not available in all areas so it may not be available for your small business. If if this is the case then your options will be down to cable … Read More

Common Broadband Problems – A Guide To Troubleshoot.

July 31, 2013 |

So finally, you decided that it’s time to be involved in the world and get a broadband internet connection. Nope, you are no longer the odd one out who doesn’t have Internet connection at home. You can now surf the internet 24/7 at your own convenience. You can finally download the songs and videos you’ve been watching for months now. You can catch up on pod casts. And yes, you can finally join that online forum where you can meet new people who share the same interest and passion as you do. But there are several problems that you may encounter with your broadband. These problems need to be addressed properly to enable you to continue your new-found hobby. Here are two of the common problems and how to easily solve them:

A. Poor Signal

This is can be very frustrating. You’re already there, and all you have … Read More

Advance Your Career Through Online Certification

July 28, 2013 |

The Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Online is a formal qualification course that enables students to gain knowledge and skills related to assessment and training program delivery and development within the Vocational Education and Training field, also known as VET. Completion of the course opens up a variety of employment opportunities for students. These commonly include enterprise trainers, training advisers, RTO assessors, vocational education teachers and many others.

Helping other people to learn is a motivating factor for most students to complete the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Online program. Having this qualification means that graduates can start working as a professional assessor or trainer over a range of sectors including workplaces and educational facilities. You’ll develop the necessary skills to create meaningful learning environments, design learning products and processes, assess student progress and deliver effective training in specific areas of expertise.

By taking online courses, … Read More

How Cloud Computing Virtualization Can Benefit Your Business?

July 8, 2013 |

Are you considering Cloud Services for your business? The following article will explain all that you need to know that will help you taking your decision. Cloud services have two components, the first is the computing technology and the other one is Virtualization. As the name suggests, Virtualization is a process through which the data are virtually stored. Means it is not available on any physical machine but stored on a virtual platform from where it can be retrieved any time. Cloud virtual services provide storage space, networking solutions, hardware requirements and operating system requirements as well. Cloud services are the best option available when the efficiency and security are the main concerns of a business.

 In virtual setup, a virtual machine is dedicated to a client. This machine has an operating system installed and works like any physical machine. A physical machine of host i.e. client is connected with a … Read More

Roadtrip 2.0 – How Technology Can Make Your Summer Trip Better Than Ever

June 25, 2013 |

Back in the old days, keeping long car trips interesting took some brain-wracking creativity and it wasn’t always pretty. After all, you can only sing “99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall” so many times. Luckily, we’re living in the wonderful Information Age when technology is mobile and versatile. If you’re planning a big road trip this summer, consider integrating these wonderful pieces of technology to make the vacation more enjoyable.

Playlists That Don’t Stop

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Gone are the days of the painstakingly organized mix cassette or CD collection. With the help of an MP3 player or even a smartphone, you can take your entire music collection with you on your summer road trip. Most digital music devices only need a simple peripheral to connect to car audio equipment, so for a pittance you can go through as many playlists as you can imagine. Better yet, ditch … Read More

High Speed SMBs: Why Internet Matters to Small Businesses

May 15, 2013 |

As little as 5 years ago, the internet sales market was completely geared towards selling businesses on the benefits of speed. The speed of your internet connection was framed as a make-or-break factor for businesses, one that could be the difference between success and failure. Yet in the eyes of many consumers, we have hit an internet speed plateau. Now that most people use a broadband connection, pages appear seemingly instantaneously. The only reason speed supposedly matters anymore is to ensure that downloads and streaming work as efficiently as possible, and these are perceived as the worries of homes—not businesses. In the eyes of offices everywhere, paying extra for super-speed broadband might not seem worth the cost.

Yet in reality, the new malaise about opting for high-speed internet can be extremely damaging to businesses. There are a multitude of reasons why high speed is important for small businesses in this day and age. A robust … 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

Kicking the Wires: What Makes a Cloud Web Host Reliable?

March 13, 2013 |

By Jennifer Marsh

Jennifer Marsh is a software developer, programmer and technology writer and occasionally blogs for Rackspace Hosting.

Gone are the days of searching backups and digging up old tape drives. With the cloud’s reliability, webmasters and IT managers can back up, restore and serve thousands of customers without any worry. On top of that, it can save the company thousands of dollars in revenue if implemented correctly.

Here are some options to consider when choosing a cloud web host.

Bandwidth Allowance

First ask: How much bandwidth does my business need? Is bandwidth only used by customers or will internal employees use also consume bandwidth? These are all important requirements to consider.

Bandwidth is measured in gigabytes in most host contracts. 500 gigabytes of bandwidth usage is standard. Cloud hosts will offer a standard monthly allowance, and then additional bandwidth comes at a premium price, so be sure to check your contract for the allotment.

Cost and Storage … Read More