BYOD is an acronym for “Bring Your Own Device” – its an approach that a business can take that allows their staff to bring their own computer to work instead of using the company supplied one.
The benefits of implementing a BYOD policy usually mention (more…)
Local SEO or Localized Search Engine Optimization refers to the optimization of a website so that it scores higher with the search engines when keywords pertaining to the business’ location are searched. Thus optimization becomes place specific, and helps the website get a higher ranking in every keyword search for products and services in that local area.
Local SEO is often used for online reputation management. (more…)
Regardless of firewalls, anti-virus and spam-filtering software protecting your business assets they can all be compromised by staff not trained in basic security practices.
Your business should have a well defined security policy that includes a staff section including rules such (more…)
WordPress has come a long way since it started back in 2001. It was first built to be the optimal platform for bloggers, however, it quickly evolved into an open and extendable system. Today, WordPress hold massive market share in areas such as business websites, eCommerce, online portfolios for freelancers, online magazines, and lot more. There are (more…)
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Intel has shipped its first “open-source PC,” a bare-bones computer aimed at software developers building x86 applications and hobbyists looking to construct their own computer.
The PC, called the MinnowBoard (shown above), is basically a motherboard with no casing around it. It was codeveloped by Intel and CircuitCo Electronics, a company that specializes in open-source motherboards, and went on sale this month for $199 from a handful of retailers. (more…)