Archive for the “General” Category

Happy New Year!

by Madeleine Bruce

2016 is just a day away, and we hope it’s a great year for all of you.

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Happy Holidays!

by Madeleine Bruce

We’re taking some time out to wish you all a Happy Holidays.

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Decoding The Deep Web

by Neil Cumins

What is the Deep Web?

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Happy Star Wars Day – Business Advice From Your Favorite Star Wars Heroes

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

May the fourth be with you! On this special day of commemorating one of the greatest blockbuster films of all time, we bring you business advice from those you truly look up to – Yoda, Hans Solo, Skywalker and more.

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Server Monitoring From Server Density

by Madeleine Bruce

Keeping an eye on your servers can really pay off when things go wrong…

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What Could You Say with Skype Translator?

by Kelly Kirkham

Imagine traveling around the world without any language barrier. No confusing street signs or menus, no searching through pages to try to identify the word that has just been said and what it actually means.

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Has Your Business Added The ‘Code’ To ‘Art & Copy’?

by Kelly Kirkham

Since the advertising explosion in the 1960s, marketing has been steadily growing more and more prominent in our daily lives. According to Google, marketing is at the threshold of another explosion they have deemed Art, Copy & Code.

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Encryption Law And Your Server

by Grant McMaster

Hayden Smith examines the effects that any actual legislation based around the UK Prime Ministers recent comments on encryption could have if they became law.

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