Since cell phones were released in 2006, mobile advertising has grown to a $64 billion a year industry. It’s projected that in just a couple of years, over half of all advertising dollars spent will be spent on mobile advertising. Considering less than $1 billion was spent on mobile advertising in 2006, that’s a pretty… Continue reading How mobile advertising is changing the game
Performance based advertising is based on results, and who doesn’t like getting results? When you pay based on results, you can actually end up saving money. Now it is being applied to job applicant searches. Instead of posting a job listing on a million job search sites and wading through piles of unqualified applicants, you… Continue reading How do you use performance based advertising for recruiting?
It goes without saying the internet rules every aspect of our lives — including aspects that don’t immediately come to mind, such as shipping, healthcare, and utility and electrical systems. So even though we rely on the internet for so many things, like the citizens of Metropolis rely on Superman, the internet has more weaknesses… Continue reading Superman battles Lex Luthor, the Internet battles sharks
If you think hackers aren’t trying to infiltrate your business or organization, you are probably lying to yourself. The average data breach lasts 205 days before it is detected and stopped and the average cost to clean up the mess is $5.5 million. If your company or organization doesn’t have that kind of money to… Continue reading Your data might already be breached
We all know the old rule of never recycling passwords, but how many of us actually follow this advice? In a world where people are still using the word “password” as their password, it’s no wonder that data breaches are a common occurrence. About 65% of people use the same passwords for all their accounts,… Continue reading Is your password secure?
There are a lot of advantages to using the cloud in business. For starters, you don’t have to buy or maintain servers and equipment, which means you don’t have to have a giant office space. Without all the equipment you will have a more flexible work lifestyle, since all you really will need is a… Continue reading OpenStack: the last IaaS you’ll ever need
Thanks to social media and smartphones, selfies are a part of our daily lives, whether we take them or not. As the old adage goes, if you can’t beat them, join them. If you want to jump into the selfie game but you’re not sure how, check out this infographic. It contains everything you need… Continue reading Learn to selfie like a pro
There’s but one episode remaining in the fourth season of the popular HBO series, Game of Thrones. You may use social media to post about recent episodes. Now, what if social networks played Game of Thrones? Which families or characters would they be? It’s fairly obvious that Google+ would be Petyr Baelish. Baelish has quietly… Continue reading Social is coming: what if social media played the Game of Thrones?
A recent study from Acronis has shown that most people value their data over their mobile devices. This isn’t hard to believe as smartphones and tablets are replaceable, while pictures, files, and music are not always replaceable. So of course, since we value our files so much, wouldn’t we back them up often just in… Continue reading Don’t forget to back up that data
Back in 1998, two companies tried to connect voice and data services around the world. The purpose was to make sure anyone anywhere could be connected. Sadly, both companies went bankrupt within a few years. It’s hard to say for sure what went wrong, but it seems like the world just wasn’t ready for that… Continue reading Is space internet possible?