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IT disaster recovery plan for business

May 28, 2014 | Security | Permalink

Businesses and organizations take advantage of information technology to effectively and properly process data. Employees work with email and Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) to enable communication. Electronic data interchange (EDI) is utilized to transfer data such as payments and orders from one firm to another. Servers handle information and also store quite a lot […]

Trade all kinds of broken stuff

May 14, 2014 | Uncategorized | Permalink

Buy, Sell and Trade Broke Stuff. Entrepreneur Mr. Edward Soltan founder of A brilliant website that lets users buy, sell or trade broken stuff. Mr. Edward Soltan created the trading platform which is very simple to use. Take a photo of any non working items you might have, select a City and State for Which […]

Increase comfort and accuracy using vertical mouse

May 10, 2014 | Peripherals | Permalink

Using a mouse to control the cursor and also click the icons is an accuracy task that needs a high level of precision. Research reveals that designing pointing devices should be done by basing the principle on the structure of the human body, since this ends up with the most effective and also optimal in […]

Monitoring Kids online activity using parental control software

May 8, 2014 | Security | Permalink

When some parents are comfortable with parental control software, there are actually those who will still not utilize it. However restricting your kids upon which software applications, computer games as well as web content is really important. You can even find certain amazing restriction abilities that parents can use which sets a period limit which […]

Search Is Still King ForEcommerce

May 5, 2014 | Networking | Permalink

The figures are in for the first quarter of the year and search is still the top source of visits to ecommerce sites. 44% of all orders came by way of search. On the other side of the coin, social and affiliate referrals dropped as did direct marketing. Only a dismal 1% of orders came […]