Category Archives: News

27 Jun' 16
Mspmentor 501 Global List

Shield Watch Enters the MSPmentor 501 List

The research firm Gartner defines a managed service provider (MSP) as an entity that delivers a plethora of IT services across a network.  Although these services make up the backbone of any MSP service offering, a 'pure play' MSP may also offer services  from other providers, namely the application service providers (ASPs), Web hosting companies and network service providers (NSPs).

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24 Jun' 16
Globee Gold Award

Shield Watch Got A New Feather In Its Hat – The Globee Gold Award

And the award goes to… SHIELD WATCH!

End of anticipation, time for a good round of applause!

And why not? After all, we have made it to the elite group of the fastest growing private companies in the US by winning the prestigious Globee Gold Award by SVUS (Silicon Valley United States) for revenue growth.

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13 Jun' 16
Gmail Expert

How To Work Smart And Become A Gmail Expert

Most of us are Gmailers here, right? Even those who are not yet ready to abandon their decade-old Yahoo or MSN accounts, are leaning towards making Gmail their primary choice. How did Gmail increase its client base? Well, not just by advertising of course, but by frequently changing its looks, operation structure, and bundling all of that with trendy features.

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21 Dec' 15
internet of things


What is all this buzz surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT)? And why is everyone going gaga over it? To cut things short, IoT is basically an enhanced network where a physical object can collect and exchange data after being incorporated with sensors, software, and wireless connectivity. This is predicted to increase communication between the computer-based systems and the physical world, with a cloud network working as a link between the two.

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07 Dec' 15
Google Natural Search Gets Better On Complex Queries

Google Natural Search Gets Better at Understanding Complex Queries

Google says that its natural search is getting smarter by handling time-based queries, superlatives and complex questions in a better way. Satyajeet Salgar, the company’s Product Manager, said that Google natural search is now trying to understand the meaning of users’ queries in three ways.

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15 Oct' 15

Google Authorship – Is It Still Relevant?

It has been well over a year that Google has discontinued its Authorship program. We no longer see those familiar photos of individual authors in the search engine result pages (SERPs). There is absolutely no doubt that Google Authorship promoted and encouraged authors to come up with more high quality, data-rich content ever since it was introduced in 2011.

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14 Sep' 15
Google EU cookie policy

Comply with Google’s new EU cookie policy by September 30

When you access myriad websites from your desktop, tablet or smart phone, do you ever wonder how these sites are storing and recovering information on your devices? Well, without giving you any inkling these web cookies or small data files that most websites use to store and remember the browsing history of a user, actually fetch data back from your PC or phone whenever required.

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25 Aug' 15
Android 6.0 marshmallow

M For Marshmallow

Android Marshallow launch No it’s not milkshake or muffin, not even moon pie or mocha! Putting an end to all wild speculations yet keeping up with its lip-smacking nomenclature theme, search engine giant Google has christened the sixth version of its Android operating system (OS), Marshmallow.

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18 Aug' 15
google chrome vs edge

Google Chrome Vs Microsoft Edge: Who Will Win The Browser Battle?

Let’s face it. With over one billion active users, Google Chrome is undoubtedly the king of all web browsers across the world. Who could’ve challenged it anyway? As of June this year, Mozilla Firefox, with 21.3 percent of browser usage, was the closest competitor to Chrome’s awe-inspiring 64.8 percent monopoly.

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28 Jul' 15
apj abdul kalam

Even at Death, ‘People’s President’ APJ Abdul Kalam is an inspiration

Not every day a legend is born but India was certainly lucky to own this gem… alas, until yesterday. Dr APJ Abdul Kalam — the 11th President of India and the visionary, who armed the sub-continent with its first indigenous missile program, died following a cardiac arrest on Monday evening. And even at death, the 83-year-old continued to inspire us with his zest for life, passion for knowledge and self-belief.

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