Archive for January, 2017

Urgent Need to Upgrade US Water Infrastructure
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Urgent Need to Upgrade US Water Infrastructure

From sea to shining sea, America is facing an infrastructure crisis. All types of US infrastructure, including roads, dams, and wastewater treatment are all crumbling into disrepair. One needs to look no further than the ongoing tragedy in Flint, Michigan, to see the human cost of this crisis. A recent report from the American Society of Civil Engineers stressed the [...]

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7 Ways Ecommerce Sites Can Liquidate Their Back Stock
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7 Ways Ecommerce Sites Can Liquidate Their Back Stock

As holiday shopping begins to wind down, some ecommerce vendors might find that they have more leftover merchandise than they expected. For many sellers, liquidation seems like a bad word, but in truth it’s just part of business. While there are various ways enterprise ecommerce sites can reduce occurrences of surplus (including limiting seasonal items or assessing market interest before [...]

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Understanding Disaster Recovery in the Modern Age
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Understanding Disaster Recovery in the Modern Age

Once upon a time, disaster recovery was about fixing roads and buildings after some sort of natural phenomenon. Today, however, things have changed tremendously. A lot of different services, most of which actually refer to digital recovery, now exist, and they have evolved together with the changing needs of consumers. As a result, different companies have also given it different [...]

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Five Areas in Which Crowd Sourcing Software Has Changed the World
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Five Areas in Which Crowd Sourcing Software Has Changed the World

Crowdsourcing is becoming increasingly popular. Once upon a time, it was restricted solely to people getting help on IT related questions. This quickly changed into people asking questions about any topic they could come up with, and this developed further into businesses starting to understand its benefits. So much so, in fact, that there are now many different crowd sourcing [...]

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Ear piercing for children
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Ear piercing for children

Ear piercing is nothing new and has been around for a long, long time. In fact, the practice is at least 5,000 years old. We know this because of the discovery of Otzi the Iceman’s mummified remains. Otzi the Iceman lived around 3000 BC in the snowy Alps and died in the mountains, where his remains were discovered. His body [...]

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5 Cool Ways You Can Use Video Conferencing Apps
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5 Cool Ways You Can Use Video Conferencing Apps

Video conferencing has fairly recently made a gigantic leap that has turned it into one of the hottest and best innovations for businesses to utilize and implement across all levels, sizes and industries – it has gone from an industry focused on advancing hardware, to an industry focused on software development. The hardware exists already. The cheapest most rudimentary smartphones [...]

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Three Business-Building Strategies For The Ambitious Entrepreneur
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Three Business-Building Strategies For The Ambitious Entrepreneur

Building a business can be fun and exciting, yet it also requires work and an ongoing commitment to implementing strategies that yield results. If you’re an entrepreneur who is determined to make her company successful, now is the time to learn about business-building strategies that can get your company off the ground and running. Here are three techniques that can [...]

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The Employee-Manager Relationship
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The Employee-Manager Relationship

The employee-manager relationship can be a tricky one to navigate if you are trying to cultivate a productive atmosphere that motivates your employees to do the best job possible. It takes a truly unselfish and observant attitude to know what type of communication and methods will work to encourage a particular employee to do their best. What motivates one may [...]

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Don’t Bury Your Head in the Sand when It Comes to Your Reputation
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Don’t Bury Your Head in the Sand when It Comes to Your Reputation

Do you know how damaging a bad reputation can be? No matter how good your marketing plans are, without trust in your brand, your business can literally fail. Companies spend thousands on their PR, marketing, and advertising, but they often forget the importance of working with excellent reputation management companies. In fact, if you have to choose between spending your [...]

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