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Online Privacy Explained

November 26, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Privacy is one of those modern issues that is in fact as old as time. In our guide to How the Digital Age is Impacting Our Personal Privacy, we look at this age old problem from a new perspective. That is how our online digital personas, our personally identifying information, and our social identity are becoming a free for all. The guide looks into the entire area of online privacy and how it has affected our use of the Internet and ultimately seeped into our real world lives. Although the concept of privacy is an age old one, digital privacy is a something that is new to the Internet age. How the Digital Age is Impacting Our Personal Privacy looks at ways in which privacy and privacy rights have, and are, developing in a social and legal manner. Our privacy guide opens with a view of what privacy was, and what it is now

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Online Privacy Explained

Online Privacy Explained

November 26, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Privacy is one of those modern issues that is in fact as old as time. In our guide to How the Digital Age is Impacting Our Personal Privacy, we look at this age old problem from a new perspective. That is how our online digital personas, our personally identifying information, and our social identity are becoming a free for all. The guide looks into the entire area of online privacy and how it has affected our use of the Internet and ultimately seeped into our real world lives. Although the concept of privacy is an age old one, digital privacy is a something that is new to the Internet age. How the Digital Age is Impacting Our Personal Privacy looks at ways in which privacy and privacy rights have, and are, developing in a social and legal manner.

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Introducing “You’ve Got Mail”, an Ultimate Guide to Email

September 4, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Email has touched every aspect of our lives since it’s inception over 45 years ago. There hardly seems to be an area of our lives where email doesn’t come into play. It has touched both our work and personal lives revolutionizing how to communicate with each other. We even have to login to social platforms, like Facebook or Twitter using our email address and a password. Email is firmly part of our individual identity. It is a place that we go to online, to communicate, learn, keep up to date with things, and find out our latest passions. 205 billion emails whizz across our planet every day.

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Brand Value & the Most Powerful Brands of 2016

June 27, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Brand value – everyone wants it. However, only few are able to achieve it. The subject of “brand value” is discussed at various platforms and holds a significant position amongst businesses, marketers, executives, entrepreneurs, and defiantly startup. Let’s discuss what makes the brand unique, how it is evaluated. Everyone knows the most powerful brands just by glancing their logos: Disney, Apple, Facebook, McDonald’s and Coca Cola are just a few. A brand can be any name, symbol, word, sentence, or logo that is used to distinguish the product from other similar products that are available in the market. It makes your business unique.

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Enhance the Impact with Icons

April 4, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

In this competent world it could be really challenging to meet the demands of everyone. But the good news is that you can fulfil the expectations of maximum possible consumers. It is not just about your products or services, there is a lot more to it. Are You Making Use of Them? Today the service providers are making use of free web server icons so as to enhance their services. In case you are one of them, you should also make the most of these icons. The icons are today making the world go by storm.

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Why We Love The IT Support Career?

February 19, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

In almost all of my posts I was talking about the stressful side of the IT – the long hours, end user issues, migrations, midnight calls and the like. But if everything is that bad, why are we still working in IT support? Of course, there is the good side of the story! Here is my take on what we love to work in IT support. I will start with my coworkers. When you are working in IT support, most of the people around you are task-oriented, engineer-minded people. To say, people focus on the tasks, try to solve problems, and make something work. When you are working with like-minded people, your stressful day really becomes enjoyable.

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IT Manager: Ways To Show Your Appreciation To Your Team

February 12, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Surely your team struggled hard and made things happen. You cannot say “this is what you get paid for” and just leave – you cannot keep your IT staff that way. They happily followed you, reached their goals and it is time for you to show your appreciation to recognize their contribution. Here are some ways you can recognize your team. First things first. Whatever you do, don’t forget to say thank you. No matter how much you talk or how long you write, missing a simple “thank you” make all your effort meaningless. Don’t omit that simple statement.

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Feeling Insecure In Your Current Job Position?

February 5, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

Job security is one of our primary concerns. We everyday we live with the question of whether or not we will be working the next day. Loyalty is not the important factor that once it was. Previously “last in”s were “first out”s but today it is in most cases the opposite; “first in”s are “first out”s. So are we completely powerless? Isn’t there anything that we can do? Let’s start with ourselves first.

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The Stressed Admin

January 22, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

When you look at the average IT admin, you will spot certain physical characteristics – hair lost to some degree, pale skin and dark-colored garments are almost certain. But why is that? Why does IT world have some characteristics? It’s because IT support is different from many other career paths. It is rewarding, has a nice and friendly environment but it is also demanding, challenging and exhausting. You may think that this applies to all jobs. Let’s see what stresses out the IT admins (yes, I am a former IT admin)

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Enterprise Apps Need Not To Be Ugly and Clunky

January 15, 2016 by · Leave a Comment 

I read a couple of books about application user experiences and I am still amazed to see the user experience is still ignored today (if you did not read it yet, I strongly recommend the Alan Cooper’s classic The Inmates Are Running the Asylum: Why High Tech Products Drive Us Crazy and How to Restore the Sanity ). Ease of use and user experience is at the bottom of the list in development practices while deadline and feature list tops the list. This approach results in lengthy, fruitless, never-ending meetings to discuss why “the excellent app” is not gaining traction among the users. Let’s see how enterprise application developers overcome such a result easily. To begin with, the application has to fit in the current business environment, the business processes and has to be a solution to a certain business problem(s). .The application needs to have a focus, stick to it and improve upon it, rather than just being a technology showcase/programming wizardry. It also has to take the business into account, each business has its own way of doing things, own workflows and in some cases, their own equipment. The developers have to contact with the users from each department and have an overall understanding of the workflows, devices and the relevant applications

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