People love being connected, especially on the go. But is your phone really the right place for social media?
– 47% of people that use social media do so from their mobiles.
– 4/10 smartphone users will use a social network application.
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This article explain the best practise for preparing the infrastructure for 2048-bit SSL certificates. Secure socket layer (SSL) technology continues to be essential to the growth of the web. With unabated increases in eCommerce traffic along with transmission of personal information, SSL is a necessity.
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Twenty years ago, PC’s weren’t that common, and they weren’t all that complicated. Mostly they were used for basic functions such as word processing. As more users began to connect to the Internet, that began to change, and it hasn’t stopped. In fact, computer use is growing exponentially.
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The Google Mobile Product Report Card
Google Adwords: A
Location Extensions: B+
Call Extensions: A
Google Offers: C
Google Admob: B+
Killer Mobile Apps
Google Maps: A+
Google Now: A-
Google+ Local: A-
Google Play Books: C+
Google Wallet: B
Google Voice: B
Google Shopper: B+
Google Goggles: A
Google Class: TBD
Google Play: B+
* Grades are based on quality, market adoption, value to users, value to marketers, originality, and other factors.
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Recent research from Pew Research Center found that the percentage of female Internet users who use social networking sites well exceeds that of men (75% vs. 63% respectively) and women are also more active in their use of these sites. Women are the “low-hanging fruit” of social media today and deserve closer attention from marketers.
To help companies measure and maximize this engagement opportunity, global communications firm Weber Shandwick partnered with KRC Research to conduct Digital Women Influencers, an online survey of 2,000 North American women. The purpose of the study was to identify segments of women who are influential in social media and to provide new and unique insights about the female market as marketers and communications evolve their strategies and plans in this new era of consumer engagement.
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Below six important questions that should inform your decision-making when it comes to engaging SaaS vendor. this comes down to an effective contract negotiation that is fair to all parties with understanding of expectations on all sides. Before you sign on any contracts with SaaS provider, here are six contract negotiation tips that you should consider:
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Winning War Against New Breed of Cyber Attacks. Despite the over $20 billion invested in IT security technology last year, countless enterprises and government agencies have fallen victim to cyber attacks of incredible sophistication and complexity.
In this Definitive Guide to Next-Generation Threat Protection, Steve Piper, CISSP, dissects today’s new breed of cyber attacks and how to fill the gap in network defenses.
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Roughly a third of American small business owners use smartphones to manage their companies, performing tasks such as banking and customer relationship management. But which smartphone apps are best for you as a small business owner?
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This article highlighting the 3 key points about mobile advertising you should know.
1. Be up-to-date on current digital traffic consumption.
2. Optimize ads for devices that really matter.
3. Boost ad performances with the right ad format delivered to the right OS.
Mobile World Congress 2013 which was held in Barcelona recently came to an end. Here are some information regarding the upcoming mobile device and technology which will arrive in various markets this year includes the upcoming Firefox OS in action and new Xperia Tablet Z.
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