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Considering the Impacts of Technology on Society

- Sep 12, 2017

When a new tech gadget becomes available, many of us automatically accept it into our lives. We install the device in our homes, use it as often as we can, and become accustomed to life with our new tech tool in it. Is that good? Technology has impacted nearly every aspect of humanity, from how…

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Why Online Casinos Are Better for the Environment

- Apr 01, 2017

Those of us who are eschewing physical casinos for the ones on our phones and computers are doing the environment a favor. Granted, this is something you probably never considered when jumping online for some slots or Texas hold ’em, but it’s a big benefit. In fact, every time you skip the car or public…

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How to Keep Confidential Company Data Safe from Malicious Employees

- Jul 29, 2017

Sometimes the greatest security threat to the enterprise is not external. In the past few years, organizations have acknowledged that malicious (disgruntled and untrained) employees are one of the greatest sources of security breaches. Their activities often fly under most corporations’ radars. According to a report by Mimecast, 90% of global organizations consider malicious insiders…

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For e-Commerce Brands, these 2 Factors Impact the Bottom Line

- Aug 10, 2017

For both start-ups and larger brands taking their company online, e-commerce represents an incredible opportunity. With 71% of consumers feeling that they can score a better deal online, it’s no surprise that customers are increasingly turning to their phones and tablets to find great deals (even while in-store). There is a difference between scoring a…

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Will Underwater Data Centers Be Massive Energy Savers?

- Aug 15, 2017

We live in the age of big data. As our data needs grow, so does energy consumption. In 2014, U.S. data centers consumed 70 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, which is roughly 2% of all the energy consumed in the United States. Data usage is growing 25% every five years, which will be very costly to…

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Startups that Are Making Disruptive Technology the Norm

- Aug 17, 2017

Over the last 50 years, industry pundits have made a compelling observation – startups tend to be more innovative than large corporations. While there have been outliers (such as Apple under the direction of the late Steve Jobs), we have usually relied on startups to introduce disruptive technology. Over the last five years, disruptive technology…

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Get Your E.U. Declaration of Conformity — 5 Essential Steps

- Aug 11, 2017

Are your exports EU ready? Needless to say, the E.U. is a vital market for SA businesses, particularly firms that manufacture goods for export here and abroad. But that doesn’t mean the European Union holds the door wide open for SA-made goods. If you’d like to sell physical merchandise in the E.U., you need to…

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Attribution Insights for Superior B2B Content Marketing

- Aug 14, 2017

Content marketing has transformed B2B marketing over the last few years. According to the Content Marketing Institute, 80% of B2B brands have a content marketing strategy. While content marketing can be a valuable way for brands to engage with new clients, it must be based off strong data and a detailed understanding of client behavior. …

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These 5 Examples Show How Public Art Can Boost the Economy

- Jul 06, 2017

Public art is arresting. It’s vexing. It’s inspiring. It’s often beautiful. It makes common spaces more interesting. But is it a legitimate source of economic stimulus? These five examples strongly suggest that, yes, public art is an underappreciated tool in economic policymakers’ arsenals. Remember them next time you stop to wonder at an outdoor sculpture or…

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Is Content Marketing the Next Social Media for Millennials with a Message?

- Jul 08, 2017

Content marketing is a strategy companies, organizations and influencers use to get a message out to their followers. My fellow millennials, if nothing else, have consistently proven that they are storytellers, something Neil Patel points out is a critical element of content marketing. The next evolution in social media influence is a personal website, blog…

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3 Ways Media Monitoring can Help You Disrupt Your Marketing Communications

- Jul 05, 2017

You may initially think that media monitoring is just about public relations and monitoring what people are saying about your brand. It is definitely about these two things, but not only these two things. There are many other ways that you can use your media monitoring tools to advance your marketing and communications efforts. Today,…

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Are Web Hosts Liable for Malware on their Servers?

- Jun 20, 2017

Malware has become a serious problem over the past few years. Hackers are becoming more adept at designing malware that can cause substantial damage while being difficult to detect. The recent ransomware epidemic has people particularly panicked. Hackers are becoming savvier about using web hosting services to spread their malicious software. Many experts debate whether…

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FCC Takes New Aim at Text Message Spam

- Jun 08, 2017

Email spam has been a huge problem since the beginning of the Internet. However, text message spam is just as bad, even if it doesn't get us much attention. According to studies from 2013, about 72% of Americans have received text message spam. Anecdotal reports suggest that this figure is even higher today. The Federal…

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Fiber Optics Based Data Centers Are a Boon to Startups

- Jun 08, 2017

Over the last few months, a number of fiber optics companies have turned their attention to a growing new market – Internet data centers. A few years ago, few people would have expected this industry would have any interest in building commercial data centers. However, Meta Marshall, an analyst for Morgan Stanley, told Investor’s Business…

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4 Platforms for Freelancers to Sell their Skills

- Jun 07, 2017

The hardest part about being a freelancer isn't mastering the competencies needed to provide excellent service. It is generally finding decent paying clients. Many very talented freelancers have a difficult time finding work. Fortunately, it is a lot easier if you know where to look. Here are some of the best online platforms for freelancers…

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10 Crucial Elements to Consider When Choosing Web Hosting

- Jun 05, 2017

Choosing web hosting for your business is a challenge. This challenge occurs because web hosts offer competitive pricing, special offers, and services that include 99 percent uptime, expert support, and unlimited resources. Isn’t there any way to cut through all the rhetoric to make an informed choice? The following guide will help you better understand…