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Best Chrome Apps in 2014

By: Polly M Quinton | Apr 11, 2014 The benefits of apps are no more limited to smartphones and tablets only. Now, you can use your apps even from your laptop or desktop. The Google’s PC browser Chrome has launched a descent range of apps for desktop and laptop users.

5 Ways to Use Gmail Filters Effectively

By: Polly M Quinton | Apr 3, 2014 In today’s fast running life your email address has been literally converted into your second address as you prefer to receive your every mail there instead of your physical location. Therefore, your Gmail Inbox is your second point of contact as most of the messages, information, initiations, and contacts are eagerly waiting there for your arrival to surprise you. The moment you type-in your us

Reasons to Opt For HTML To WordPress Conversion

By: jennifer pinto | Mar 13, 2014 With passing time, businesses are increasingly opting for websites that are developed using a content management system (CMS). That’s because a CMS website empowers business owners to make minor edits to their site, without waiting to get some technical help from a webmaster, which not only saves businesses substantial amount of time but also spare them from spending additional money to obtain maintenance services.

Quick Tips to Avoid Data Tracking

By: Polly M Quinton | Mar 12, 2014 Google has again come out with its latest set of services that is affecting privacy with its feature-shared endorsements. This new feature is going to use your picture and name in ads that are already on Google property sites. This works on friend’s recommendation related to restaurants and music choices. It seems more like sponsored stores of Facebook. This means that browsers, apps and other t

How Can Asset Tracking Software Keep Your Data Safe and Sound?

By: Cody Butler | Mar 3, 2014 The use of RFID technology such as asset tracking software provides the industry the convenience as well as the cost efficient production operation. Read the article to learn more about asset tracking software and its features.

What Is ACID And It’s Characteristics?

By: Robert Fogarty | Feb 19, 2014 ACID is an acronym used in computer science to describe a set of properties that allow the user a guarantee that each transaction is processed correctly. A great example of this is transferring money from your checking account to your savings account.

3 Tips For Migrating Between Email Platforms

By: Robert Fogarty | Feb 19, 2014 Moving from one email platform or server to another can be a daunting task for any individual or organization. In the simplest of scenarios, there are still tasks to accomplish and it can be beneficial to have some sort of plan and there are a number of other migration tips that could be useful too. Here are 3 migration tips to note, if you plan to or are involved with the migration of email syste

5 Tips to speed up Windows 7 OS run PC

By: Polly M Quinton | Feb 7, 2014 Windows 7 is one of the most successful and popular Windows operating system (OS) used by PC users globally. Undoubtedly, Windows 7 has many improvements over its predecessor Vista and XP still it is no match to the highly advanced and much faster Windows 8. If you are using Windows 7, then probably you would consider upgrading to Windows 8 to experience better speed and enhanced functionality. Bu

Discover the Network Topology and Create Its Map

By: Dmitriy Stepanov | Feb 7, 2014 The system administrator’s work in any company starts with the network topology discovery process and network diagram creation.

Has Windows 8 Boosted Up Laptop/Desktop Sales?

By: Polly M Quinton | Feb 6, 2014 It is known to all of us that after its launch, Windows 8 got a lukewarm acceptance from the users across global technology market. Users seem to have bombarded the online forums with the reflection of their disappointments from Windows 8. Market research firms like NPD Group came up with reports to reveal that sales of Windows 8 supported Notebooks went down by 21 percent in the first month of Wi
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