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How to Adopt the Cloud Successfully

In recent years, cloud computing has taken the world by storm. Its integration into the products and services we use daily has completely shaped the landscape of modern technology. Cloud computing refers to how computers now commonly rely on data centres for their storage and computing power accessed by users via the Internet.  This method of storage has many benefits such as fast access to powerful infrastructure and almost limitless possibilities for storage space. With such advantages, it’s no wonder why businesses and users alike are opting for cloud computing. Below is our guide for a smooth transition to the cloud.

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Coding JavaScript – 10+ Worthwhile Beginner Resources

Many years ago web designers were limited to JavaScript when adding functionality to web sites. This was before the official release of HTML5 and CSS3.  JS added oomph to any website, making it more appealing and sexy. If the user disabled JS in the browser then web sites had to be functional without it.

Will JavaScript ever die? must have been on many peoples minds.  Well, the answer to that is no. JavaScript has become popular over the years. JS Frameworks like jQuery, MooTools, _Underscore, Backbone gave JS a new lease of life.  These 1st generation frameworks are still used in today’s environments.

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Best Tips for WordPress Site Marketing

WordPress is a powerful tool for marketers. Below are some important tips for getting the most from your WordPress website.  If you are a business or marketer, your chief goal online should be visibility. For example, you want as many people to see your products or services as possible. A website is a fantastic way to maximize your visibility and drive conversion rates. WordPress is arguably the most powerful online tool for marketers because it is free to use and allows you to easily create a site.

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Final Farewell Disqus – Time for Change

Over the past few weeks, I have made many small changes to WOW. Some are more noticeable than others. For example, updating the external CSS and JavaScripts to their latest versions. One big change has made my blog revert to a feature of yesteryear, something that I started with back in 2008.

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Quality Consumers – 3 Examples of Being Tied In

We are all consumers. Whether it’s the food we eat, the clothes we wear or the technology we use. We buy the goods, thus feeding the rich companies. We use our purchases until they break, which is generally outside its warranty. If something comes along that’s better we sell them.

Replacing them 12 months later because it’s faster and better than the previous model. We live in a consumerist world intertwined with a capitalistic society. A business degree is not needed in this case! Technology has advanced so much over the past 20 years does it actually help or are we tied in even further?

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eCommerce Mistakes: Have an eCommerce Website? Fix These Mistakes Now!

If you are wondering why your eCommerce website is not getting enough traffic or ranking-well on the search result, then one of the reasons would be the below-mentioned eCommerce mistakes. Unlike a regular website for business or personal portfolio, an eCommerce website includes an array of features that make navigation, operation, and maintenance easy. To build a fully-functional eCommerce website, there are certain core elements that need to be a part of it, and failure to do this would hurt your site’s traffic, ranking, and ultimately the conversion rate.

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MacOS Catalina – Light-Hearted, Humble Review

Welcome to my light-hearted review of Catalina. My Mac is 7 years old and my last review of a Mac OS was back in 2014.  The Mac in question has lasted longer than any Windows Computer that I have ever owned. As the last DIY upgradeable Mac, I added an SSD and 16GB RAM. If only they let you do that now!  Over the last few years, old Macs have been incompatible with the latest operating system.  Being 7 years old I thought it was time.  Apple ceases to amaze me (please humour me) by making my MacBook Pro compatible with Catalina.  I had my doubts that it would run. I navigated my way to the App Store with my inner voice telling me no, don’t do it!

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The Key Differences Between Charts and Graphs Explained

As a data expert, you have to deal with various presentation methods like charts and graphs. By now, you should not be struggling to understand that these two have some differences unless you are a beginner. If you look carefully, you will notice that all graphs are forms of charts, but the latter are not necessarily graphs.  To clear the air, we will look at the major differences between the two so that both beginners in data and experts can both easily understand it. Read on to learn more.

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Top Savvy VS Code Extensions 2019

VS Code has become popular since its initial release in 2015. Released 1 year after Adobe Brackets and a year before Atom.  The battle of the text editors began to rival Commercial software Sublime Text. VS Code was designed to be a next-generation Code editor built on top of the Electron Framework. Its lightweight functionality and its extensible features make it fully compatible with the majority of programming languages. Microsoft has also made it cross-platform so it supports Windows, Mac, and Linux. It can even run as a portable app.

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How Technology Is Affecting the Future of Business

New technologies have always played an important role in driving business development.  Just like steam power and the cotton gin ushered and encouraged the Industrial Revolution. Groundbreaking changes, were brought about the way business was done in the 18th century. The internet and a string of high-tech inventions gave different industries a tremendous boost and led to the Digital Revolution which started in the 1950s and which is still underway.

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