Category: Technology

BYOD Best Practices

  BYOD Best Practices BYOD or “bring your own device” is a growing trend in the business world. More and more businesses, in an effort to attract top talent and boost employee morale and efficiency, are adopting BYOD policies. Here are some top ways that your business can implement its own BYOD policy. Any BYOD
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5 Web Hosting Trends for 2014

5 Web Hosting Trends for 2014 Cloud computing technology is rapidly overtaking global business world and changing different industries. Web hosting industry has gone through some major transformations with the broad adoption of pay-per-use computing and cheap cloud storage offers. Obviously, with a resource such as public cloud, both hosting providers and their users have
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Intellectual Property (IP) in a BYOD Environment

Intellectual Property (IP) in a BYOD Environment With the ubiquitous nature of mobile devices now, many companies have found it’s not only cheaper, but ultimately preferable, to ask employees to bring their own device The BYOD trend has become widespread — a recent survey by consulting and research firm Ovum found that more than 60
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Seven Reasons You Need Project Management Software

Why there is a need of Project Management Software? There are many reasons that your business could benefit from project management software. You’re probably already aware of some of them. However, out of all of the reasons that you need project management software; there are seven that really stand out. Let’s explore these reasons as we
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How to Protect Your Mobile Device

How to Protect Your Mobile Device Protecting your mobile device is more than just safeguarding it from physical theft. It is also guarding your software, accessibility and personal content from being compromised by a third party. Because technology is ever-evolving, it’s important to keep your security tools up-to-date from hackers and thieves. Here are a few ways
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Tips And Tricks: Cooling Your Server Rack

Networking parts generate plenty of heat in order to operate, especially when it comes to servers. Moreover, they do not really have too much room for a proper aeration. When the heat cannot be dissipated and the cold air cannot get inside, server components are exposed to failure. They also end up with a drastically
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Building a Biz Empire Means Building an App Store

With the ever-growing presence of laptops, smartphones and tablets in nearly every segment of the working population, it makes sense that the issue of whether or not to allow employees to integrate their personal devices into the company’s IT program is coming up and is fraught with concerns for everyone involved. Integration seems imminent, since,
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New Features Added in iOS 7 Beta 4

Apple is the fore coming company in the field of smart phone. It is the top most company selling Smartphones and those are most liked by the audiences. Apple always comes with the features that are unseen and unheard. The company has developed the latest iteration of iOS 7 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
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Advances in Medical Technology – Sensing the Future

Biomedical diagnostics are an essential part of medical treatment and analysis. Sensors that can tell medical professionals what is happening inside a patient’s body without the need for invasive techniques (including surgery) can make diagnosis and treatment much easier. This equipment can also provide the primary care team with continuous, essential information to ensure that
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How many servers does Google have?

My estimate: 1,791,040 as of January 2012 And projection: 2,376,640 in early 2013 This estimate was made by adding up the total available floor space at all of Google’s data centers, combined with knowledge on how the data centers are constructed. I’ve also checked the numbers against Google’s known energy consumption, and various other snippets of detail
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eUKhost Ltd. has launched VOIP Services

eUKhost Ltd., a provider of Shared, Reseller Hosting, Virtual Private Servers and Dedicated Servers, today announced that it has extended its services portfolio by introducing Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services. The company states that the service is designed specifically for VoIP service providers and businesses using VoIP services. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is
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