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Cloud Computing, Email | Dec. 15, 2012
Google Drive, the much anticipated online storage offering has been released and includes unique search capabilities and convenient integration with other Google services such as Docs and Google+. Google Drive allows users to store information in a virtual “cloud” and is very similar to Microsoft’s SkyDrive, Apple’s iCloud and Dropbox.
Web Hosting | Dec. 5, 2012
We all know the mobile web is here to stay; our smart phones, tablets, Androids and iPhone’s have become an integral part of our daily lives. As a business owner you should have at the very least a mobile website by now, giving your prospective clients a quick, easy way of getting information and in contact with your brand when on-the-go.
Cloud Computing | Nov. 26, 2012
Don’t worry Android users, we haven’t forgotten about you; now that we’ve written about the top 10 apps for productivity for iPhones, we are going to do the same with Androids! Here is a list of the top ten Android apps that can make your life, just a little bit easier! Enjoy!
Cloud Computing | Nov. 22, 2012
Social media platforms are striving to overcome the great divide between online and offline worlds. That’s what Google+’s Events function seeks to do.
Performance Optimization | Nov. 15, 2012
The release of Windows 8 is hotly anticipated for October 26th, as manufacturers have been ramping up production based on this platform since August 1. Although previous operating systems may have been greeted with cynicism among some circles, Windows 8 has been hailed as a game changer in desktop-based OS.
| Oct. 24, 2012
If you’re an active designer or developer you’ve undoubtedly heard the term “HTML5” being thrown around almost as frequently as Apple, Google or Twitter. “HTML” stands for “Hyper Text Markup Language” and can be found in nearly every website on the web. HTML4 was released in 1997 and has been updated to handle the increasing demands modern technology has for the Internet.
Performance Optimization | Oct. 24, 2012
Websites that load at a snail’s pace are the worst. The Internet is supposed to be instant and should exceed or at least keep up with our fast-paces lives! So it should come as no surprise search engine spiders that crawl websites also hate to be kept waiting and frown upon sites that take a long time to load.