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How to Drive Insane Amounts of Traffic to Your Blog (Without Publishing a Single Piece of Content)

Are you sick and tired of writing “invisible” content? You spend hours and hours crafting a new article. Once it’s finished, you carefully edit it and even add a couple of expensive stock images. But once you hit the “publish” button … all you can hear is the sound of crickets chirping. Nobody reads it.…
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Getting Your Blog Into Google and Yahoo News

Maximizing the amount of traffic to your website is the ultimate goal of any expert blogger. Two of the best organizations online that will help you accomplish that Google News and Yahoo News; Millions of readers across the globe come to these sites every single day. The exposure and credibility these sites give your blog…
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Windows Hosting versus Linux Hosting – Which is right for you?

Background There are literally hundreds of thousands of web hosting companies out there. Many of these companies offer both Windows hosting and Linux hosting plans. Windows plans usually cost more because of the license costs imposed by Microsoft. Knowing this, how can you know when you need Windows hosting and when Linux hosting will work…
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Free Blogs – Three Big Reasons Not to Use Them!

One of the biggest questions asked by new bloggers is “Should I get my own hosted blog or should I get a blog?” I’ve heard that question more times than I’d like to remember. Although there are advantages and disadvantages to both, having your own web hosting server is always better at the end of…
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A Server Upgrade that Makes Financial Sense?

Each week I speak to many customers who have invested in servers. These servers perform a range of functions, from hosting Exchange email boxes to storing company files. I have noticed that larger companies have moved many of these tasks to the cloud. Large companies are also more likely to budget for hardware refreshes. However,…
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Here’s Why Cloud Computing is Making us Happier

The cloud is living up to all the hype, or so it seems. All statistics point to how cloud computing has made our work lives more comfortable. From increased productivity to better collaboration and ideas exchange, and adding improved flexibility to processes and time frames, cloud applications have been a boon for business. Studies from SkyHighNetworks have…
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CRM Heavyweights: Salesforce vs CRM Dynamics

In 1999, Oracle executive, Marc Benioff, left the company to start a Salesforce.com. It’s hard to imagine that was nearly 18 years ago, and the rush towards SaaS has only become more intense. While many investors viewed Salesforce as the poster child for cloud-based software, the road to success (and profit) would be a bumpy…
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5 Tips for Proper Server Maintenance

Few events bring a company together like a server outage.  When the Exchange Server would go down at Microsoft, our group would race towards the pool table in building 25. We would play a few games before checking to see if the email was still down. Most of the time, IT was able to bring…
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Best Practices for Data Protection

There are few tasks an IT administrator will perform that are more important than securing and protecting the data stored in Active Directory. When done properly, Active Directory serves to authenticate those with permission to access the data while keeping everyone else out of the system. It is a tricky balance. The users you serve…
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Preventing Data Loss in Cloud-based and SaaS Applications

With the advent of the cloud, preventing data loss has become a more complex business. Cloud services and SaaS (Software as a Service) applications data need to be protected, just like any other type of data. Cloud service and SaaS application providers typically back up a company’s data as part of their offerings. However, they…
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5 Ways the Hybrid Cloud Improves Disaster Recovery

The hybrid cloud wants you to have the best of both worlds. Instead of investing solely in a public cloud or privately managed infrastructure, you have the luxury of combining the core functions of both in one package. In return, you benefit from an integrated IT environment that delivers a better user experience, increased resiliency,…
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The Good And The Bad Of Contextual Advertising

Contextual advertising is a type of online advertising commonly used for content-based websites. With contextual advertising, targeted ads appear based on the page’s actual content. First, a contextual advertising system scans the text of a webpage for keyword phrases. Then, the system returns specific, targeted ads based on the content people are viewing. If a…
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