Telecommuting can be beneficial to more than just the employee and employer, though – it is beneficial to the environment too.
Too many times where I would only need the same 3 programs to bring a system back to life, they are simple, actively updating and does not use as much processing power as the popular cleaners (Norton and McAfee, GO AWAY!), and the best part is, they’re all free!
Whether it be choosing a framework for a web application, or figuring out which CMS to use for a promotional site, the choices that I have to make seemingly never end. It doesn’t help that making those choices are not easy, especially when it comes to CMS’s.
An operating system can spam many computing devices which provides for hardware redundancy and practically unlimited growth. And these computing environments are in huge highly secured data centers the same that these providers use for their own businesses. Some of these providers are ones you already know such as Amazon and Google.
Developers are always looking for quick easy ways to get things done so they can move onto the next task. I’ve found that sometimes the best solutions are come from the least expected places.
This is a great way to create buzz about your product. When companies rebrand, their new image usually either gains good press and good results, or bad press and losses.
You do not want anyone overlooking what you’re doing, right? We all know that if you are purchasing music from the iTunes Store and you enter your credit card information, you only want Apple to know that and not anyone else. When securing your wireless network, you basically much have two options, WEP and WPA.
Too often when we visit a website we are bombarded with clutter. We go to a website in search of something specific and instead we are bombarded with ads, colors, text, things flying around the screen, and those ever annoying popups...