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Google Apps Gets Better Mobile Device Management

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How SEO brings ROI to business websites

Nov. 14, 2011 |(0) Comments Many people doubt search-engine optimization, or “SEO” for short. Some have a bad impression of it from watching the TV show “The Good Wife” or reading about the “dirty tricks” of a certain department store in The New York Times. They say it’s nothing more than “black- hat” tactics that...
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Google’s Lab of Wildest Dreams

It’s a place where your refrigerator could be connected to the Internet, so it could order groceries when they ran low. Your dinner plate could post to a social network what you’re eating. Your robot could go to the office while you stay home in your pajamas. And you could, perhaps, take an elevator to...
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Black Hole Invades Numerous WordPress Sites

Cybercriminals have hacked WordPress sites to redirect users to a Black hole exploit kit which circulates malware, anti-virus firm Avast said. According to a victim, the virus in image resizing tool TimThumb enabled assailants to take hold of WordPress websites. The anti-virus firm, on its own, blocked redirection efforts from 3,500 and 2,515 websites in...
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Smart SEO tactics for small businesses

Good small business websites build brands and bring in customers. In order for this to happen, people to actually visit, and for that to happen, a website needs to be designed around the principles of SEO, or Search Engine Optimization. SEO, put simply, is how to make it easier for web users to come across...
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Logitech Giving Up on Google TV After Losing $100M

Logitech (NASDAQ:LOGI) CEO Guerrino De Luca didn’t mince words in announcing that the peripherals maker was giving up on its Logitech Revue companion box, noting that the Google TV device cost the company more than $100 million in operating profits. Google TV is the search engine provider’s stab at combining elements of TV programming with...
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WordPress Founder: ‘Enterprise Software Sucks’

The enterprise just isn’t interesting, says Matt Mullenweg WordPress creator Matt Mullenweg believes in open source software, but if you ask him who really inspired him, he’ll say Apple, not Red Hat. Sure, Apple is “probably not the most kosher,” open source wise, but at least they’re not an enterprise software company. Mullenweg is not...
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Why Blending Usability & SEO Really Matters

Whenever the phrase, “usability and SEO”, enter a conversation, there’s a very good chance it goes in one ear and out the other. Corporate management interprets it as “We need more money”, and middle management fixes their poker face until they’re free to run to Google to look up the term. Though there is improvement,...
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Everything should be open source, says WordPress founder

SAN FRANCISCO — Can relying on open source technology as the backbone for an entire company really be feasible? WordPress.com’s founder Matt Mullenweg certainly seems to think so. “I believe morally and philosophically that not just software, but everything should be open source,” asserted Mullenweg, while speaking at the GigaOM RoadMap 2011 summit on Thursday...
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WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg to speak at RoadMap

Millions of people use the software that Matt Mullenweg helped to create, but very few of them would probably know his name. He is the baby-faced founder of WordPress — the open-source software that powers more than 50 million blogs, including some published by leading news websites such as the New York Times — and...
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