• LINUX, the Most Expensive Free Software

    If you are going to use Linux, especially any of the great open-source tools, platforms or solutions availableon on Linux - you should be aware of what your getting into. Linux is, by far, the most expensive "free" software ever made.

    LINUX is absolutely amazing. This now "mainstream" operating system can be sturdy, reliable, secure and incredibly flexible. Linux can also be unbelievably frustrating and infuriating. The flexibility, community, and endless development possibilities on the open Linux platform are a sharp, double-edged sword.

    Subtitle: Planning to use a Linux opensource solution? Know what you're getting into.
  • Social Networking is Your Business

    Social media has changed the way we do business, whether you know it or not. Major social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn and You Tube have changed the way companies market and brand themselves. More importantly, they have changed the way brands engage with customers and enhance their services.

    Subtitle: Marketing your business effectively requires a dive into Social Networking
  • Organic SEO is the Way to Go

    Search engine indexing by Google, Yahoo, Bing and others has improved dramatically during the past decade. It needed to. To keep up with the pace of online information added as well as stay ahead of the countless purveyors of junk who exploit the information indexes, the search engines have continued to invest heavily in highly secretive algorithms to parse, evaluate, categorize and rank the billions of web pages strewn throughout the Internet.

    Subtitle: Getting solid search engine ranking takes effort
  • Upgrading to Windows 10

    Microsoft's latest Windows 10 was finally released in September 20015. Is it worth changing to this newest operating system across company workstations?

    In short, yes. A resounding yes!

    In our extensive tests and real world deployments of Windows 10 we found it be both highly compatible with existing and equipment AND well received by users, especially if the users were previously forced to suffer through Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 versions.

    Subtitle: Should you invest in upgrading company workstations to Windows 10

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