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Common Faux Pas Business Owners Make With IT

For small business owners, often their priority is learning about the industry that they have gone into, and for this reason, often effective IT practices can get overlooked. In today’s busy society, where businesses are popping up here, there and everywhere, and small businesses have to constantly focus to keep up with their competitors and the ever-changing landscape of business, often the latest tech and computer news is missed, as are security threats.

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Branding Your Business Vehicle: Top Tips

Nowadays, there are many different ways you can brand your business. One option that has long been popular is vehicle graphics. This is a great way of reaching a large target audience, especially if your van or car is going to be on the move all day. However, for you to brand your vehicle successfully, there are a few pieces of advice you need to follow. Let’s take a . . .

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Robots In The Workplace - How They'll Affect You

Are the robots really coming to steal our jobs? Even though they might not intentionally try and poach all our work, there are some people who believe that robots will take all the jobs once they arrive on the scene. But is that really the case?

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Time On Site Is Not A Measure Of Success

But it is the most obvious one to measure. If you ever read about how fantastically well a new startup or company is doing, then you are going to run into that dreaded metric of "time on site". Essentially it is the average amount of time that people are spending browsing your website or app. And the more of it the site gets, the better your website looks, supposedly. And even more recently, the total combined time on site for online services has hit the scene, giving out ludicrous numbers that make you question if we haven't all lost our minds.

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Work Anywhere: Keeping up with 21st Century Demand

Technology has provided the opportunity to reach colleagues and be reached wherever we may be,having both positive and negative eff . . .

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How To Properly Use Code Reviews

Code reviews can be either a fantastic tool to maintain a stronger codebase that is freer of bugs and issues, or it can be a stressful and anger filled hour where half your team plans to quit the next day. And as someone who has taken a part in both of these scenarios, the following are my best guidelines for how to properly run a code-review in which nobody quits or gets fired and which could, in fact, make your team a more cohesive unit.

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3 Things Everyone Gets Wrong About Cloud Storage

The phrase “cloud storage” is a relatively new one, especially when compared to the life of the internet itself. However, in the short space of time since it hit the mainstream, cloud storage has managed to garner quite the reputation for itself.

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The 4 Stages You Need To Know About When Your Blog Is Your Business

Who would have thought you can make money by sitting in your room at home and posting your opinion on the internet? But you can, and many people are getting pretty famous for doing it. They are also earning serious amounts of money too, making it a great low-cost business opportunity for anyone with a smartphone and something to say. However, starting a blog and making money from it are two separate things and to be a success you will need to know all about the four stages below.

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First Impressions of Microsoft SQL Operations Studio

Microsoft recently unveiled their new Microsoft SQL Operations Studio (in preview) application for Windows, Linux, and Mac. SQL Operations Studio is a lightweight and free management software for SQL Server much like SQL Server Management Studio. Nowadays, any full-stack developer will spend about half of their dev time in the database. Whether it be updating sprocs or generating reports or removing unused data, a solid database management system is key to perform well and to not waste too much time.

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I.T.'s Down To You, But These Pros And Cons Could Help You Decide

No matter what your enterprise, the chances are that you use IT often. It may be that you work with remote staff who can only communicate with you online. Or, perhaps you own an office, and staff spend large portions of the day on computers. Even in the retail sector, IT is essential for online sales and keeping up with customers.

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