Monthly Archives: November 2015

23 Nov' 15
Magento site security

How to Improve the Security of Your Magento Store?

Ensuring topnotch e-commerce website security is crucial because these sites keep records of sensitive customer details such as credit card and personal information. Data theft not only leads to huge financial loss, but can also badly impact your brand reputation. As a store-owner, it is your responsibility to improve your store’s security.

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19 Nov' 15
digital marketing for mobile

Digital Marketing for Mobile: Things You Need To Know

Okay, so you have a website with a plethora of product or services to offer. Great. But does your business show up in Google searches? Because if your business is not found by prospective customers, all your efforts go down the drain.Digital marketing implies doing things fast. And, the most significant aspect of digital marketing for mobile is to be found easily by your customers on their smartphones or tablets.

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16 Nov' 15
cloud service provider

Guide To Choose the Right Cloud For Your Business

According to Codero Hosting, a provider of energy-efficient hosting solutions, in 2015, 44 percent of companies have reportedly moved either infrastructure or applications from one public cloud to another, 25 percent moved from a public cloud into a private cloud and 24 percent moved from a public cloud back to an on-premise system.

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12 Nov' 15
custom web design

One Size Doesn’t Fit All: The Need for Custom Web Development

Whether you own a street-side café, a wine delivery shop, a health center or a large departmental store, a website is the lifeline of every business. Some business owners opt for pre-designed templates as a cost-effective alternative to building their websites. A free template may seem tempting, but how feasible is this option in the future? Free templates will give you limited features.

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06 Nov' 15
digital economy

Digital Economy – Present & the Future

Don Tapscott, a Canadian author and business executive, was the first to coin the term ‘Digital Economy’ in 1995 with the release of his best-selling book, ‘The Digital Economy: Promise and Peril in the Age of Networked Intelligence’. From the introduction of desktop university by Sun Microsystems to emergence of e-connected purchasing systems by Wal-Mart, Tapscott went on to cite various examples to explain the concept of Digital Economy – a computerized economy that turns simplification and hyper-connectivity into synonymous terms.

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03 Nov' 15
technology and enterprise market

How Tech-Innovations Are Transforming the Enterprise Market in the Asia Pacific

The brisk pace of tech-innovations is profoundly transforming the enterprise landscape across the Asia-Pacific. Mobility, software-defined everything (SDE), big data, sophisticated security challenges and an all-ubiquitous cloud are redefining consumer behavior, work culture, and how companies leverage and interact with technology in this always-switched-on era.

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