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  • How Wearable Tech Can Turn the Internet of Things Into the Internet of You

    How Wearable Tech Can Turn the Internet of Things Into the Internet of You

    You’ve probably heard of the Internet of Things (IoT) and how it’s set to completely transform the world. Some may view this as an exaggerated take, but there’s little question that companies across the globe are taking an intense interest in it. The central concept of the IoT features tiny sensors and other machines that are all connected to the internet, allowing them to communicate with people as well as each other. Some experts are predicting that by the year 2020, there could be as many as 20 to 30 million items that are part of the Internet of Things. While there is a lot of hype surrounding the IoT, what’s often lost in the discussion is how the individual will contribute to and be affected by it. In fact, as more focus is placed on people, it’s becoming clear that wearable technology will play a big role in driving the Internet of Things, turning the whole idea into the Internet of You.

    By Rick Delgado
    Posted: October 17, 2014
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  • Six Emerging Big Data Jobs and Skills to Watch For

    Six Emerging Big Data Jobs and Skills to Watch For

    While the overall job market may still be struggling, for those in the field of big data, the opportunities are plentiful. We’re currently in the middle of a big data boom, where companies of all shapes and sizes are finding ways to use big data to grow and be more successful than ever before.

    By Rick Delgado
    Posted: August 25, 2014
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  • Avoiding Pitfalls: Common Mistakes Made When Implementing A CMS For Your Website

    Avoiding Pitfalls: Common Mistakes Made When Implementing A CMS For Your Website

    By using a Content Management System (CMS) web application; the creation, customization, and management of your website information becomes faster and much easier. You no longer need to master the web programming language just to be able to edit, preview, and publish content and web elements to your blog such as texts, animations, images, and video content. That is why a lot of businesses are now considering the need to leverage a CMS solution for their online presence.

    CMS software applications come in various types and are offered by different vendors -- proprietary CMS tools hosted by web IT companies and open source systems such as Wordpress, Joomla, and Drupal. Not choosing the ideal CMS and not implementing the solution wisely can cause trouble once your website is officially launched. These pitfalls include slow speed, no available updates and support, the tendency of getting hacked (due to unsecure framework), and frustrations brought about by not meeting the expectations and demands of your business.

    To avoid these pitfalls, we’ll discuss with you the top mistakes you must avoid when choosing and implementing a CMS solution.


    By Kyle H. Albert
    Posted: May 06, 2014
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  • The Impact of Google Fiber in Kansas City

    The Impact of Google Fiber in Kansas City

    Google has already rolled out its fiber-optic technology for residents in specific areas of Kansas City – on both sides of the state line. High-speed Internet and TV services have come to many of the city’s “fiberhoods” – a neighborhood which has pre-registered for Google’s network in order to get its service.

    The fiber has been installed in twelve areas of Kansas City, Kansas and in two areas of Kansas City, Missouri. The installation is in progress in many more areas of the Kansas City metropolitan.

    Next city on the list is Austin, Texas. The city expects its service to be live in mid-2014. While Austin residents await their 1 Gbps Internet speeds, let’s take a look at what the service has done for Kansas City.


    By Christopher Beck
    Posted: October 03, 2013
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  • Quoting IT: Life without Internet and Social Media

    Quoting IT: Life without Internet and Social Media

    "So much ink has been spilled deriding the false concept of a "Facebook friend," but I can tell you that a "Facebook friend" is better than nothing."

    - Paul Miller, "I’m still here: back online after a year without the internet", The Verge, May 1, 2013.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: May 06, 2013
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  • Quoting IT: Second Habit of Web-Savvy Entrepreneurs

    "The most successful people online, starting with Seth Godin, Chris Brogan, or Guy Kawasaki, all have one thing in common. They maintain a very active blog. At the end of the day, this is where your online home base resides. If you want to succeed online, get a blog (via Tumblr, WordPress, or Typepad) and start crunching out quality content. It's the lifeblood of your online presence." - Ilya Pozin, 7 Habits of Web-Savvy Entrepreneurs, Inc., July 5, 2012

    By CMS Report
    Posted: July 06, 2012
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  • TheSSLstore Launches WHMCS Integration

    St. Petersburg, FL – June 29, 2011 – The SSL Store (, one of the largest SSL certificate providers globally, today announced the launch of the WHMCS Integration. The WHMCS plug-in is being made available through theSSLstore API allowing hosting companies and resellers the most efficient and effective way to employ SSL security to their customers. WHMCS is an all-in-one client management, billing & support solution for online businesses. WHMCS handles everything from signup…

    By thesslstore
    Posted: June 29, 2011
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  • Future of Intranet is on the Internet

    Internet Evolution: "What’s more, the traditional intranet approach is collapsing under the pressure for information that must be available both inside and outside the organization. Sales information that customers should see is copied and enhanced with additional information behind the firewall for sales employees. Guess what happens when the information needs to be updated? Yeah, often only the version on one side of the wall gets the changes. The firewall is starting to look rather…

    By CMS Report
    Posted: September 24, 2009
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  • Internet after Death

    It was only a matter of time before someone was going to ask the final "what if" question for Internet users. I'm sorry, but you're dead. Now what happens to your gigabytes of online data, Websites, automatic payments, and "virtual money"? A new category of online services is emerging: A "Last Will and Testament" for Internet assets. It's just the start, and perhaps we'll see businesses producing "daemons" or "after-death worms" delivering payloads that represent your interests in perpetuity. …

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: March 24, 2009
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  • Focus on print hurts newspaper sites

    Mark Van Pattern has written a piece on PBS's MediaShift titled, "How the Focus on Print Hurts Our Newspaper Site".  His story is a common story I hear time after time from those in the newspaper business. It's definitely no tangled bureaucracy, but even within this simple system you find conflicts holding the website back. The problem is that the different people in that system just have different priorities. As general manager, I want to see both a strong online presence and continued healthy…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: October 16, 2008
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