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Were You Born to be a Blogger? - Feb 20, 2017 - Do you think you should start a blog? Bloggers are not manufactured; they are born writers ready to share something personal with the world. Whether they have a love for fashion, sports or just want to share regular life, bloggers have a message.You may have aced the writing portion of the SATs and have a desire to work from home, but that’s not enough to conclude that you’re made to be a blogger. However, when you look at the following five signs that you were born to be a blogger, you may ...
Renegotiations Between Verizon and Yahoo Underway - Feb 20, 2017 - It has been reported that Verizon and Yahoo are renegotiating a possible deal. This is due to the hacking reports from Yahoo, which surfaced once Verizon showed interest in acquiring the company. Verizon is asking for a reduction in price by about $250 million from the original price of $4.8 billion. Verizon also wants to rename Yahoo Altaba Inc., once the deal has closed. They have also asked for any ongoing legal responsibilities to be shared by the two companies, if they are related to the ...
Judge Throws Out Facebook’s Motion to Dismiss Data Center Lawsuit - Feb 17, 2017 - A judge in the California Northern District (San Jose division) of the US District Court decided to throw out Facebook’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit by British data center builders BladeRoom and Bripco, alleging the social networking giant ‘misappropriated its trade secrets’ and lured them into disclosing plans, designs, and methods under the promise of a partnership. Facebook allegedly copied the companies’ plans and failed to come through on the partnership promises.The Whir writes: ...
Alphabet Won’t Cover Globe with Internet Balloons - Feb 17, 2017 - Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google, announced some serious changes to its Project Loon plan on Thursday. Project Loon, an effort to eventually place broadband-emitting balloons in the skies over Earth that was first revealed in 2013, will now be scaled back in efforts to make the project profitable more quickly.Alphabet executives said the program can begin using fewer balloons – as few as 10, 20, or 30. Instead of targeting the entire globe, the company will focus its efforts on ...
Hackers hired by Pentagon to Put Sensitive Internal Systems under Target - Feb 17, 2017 - The Pentagon pays hackers to help test the key components of their internal systems for vulnerabilities. Hackers tend to find weaknesses faster than coders and the Pentagon is taking advantage of this.A pilot program was introduced last month from the Pentagon’s Defense Digital Services. About 80 security researchers were let into a simulation and the project was so important that new Defense Secretary James Mattis was briefed about it on the first day he was on the job.Many within the ...
Why is Plagiarism and Tools Like Copyscape Important in Blogging? - Feb 17, 2017 - Blogging is a game of originality and fresh content. When you find a blog that is plagiarizing, you no longer find it to be a credible or trustworthy site. That is why most bloggers use tools like Copyscape to make sure their content or ideas are not the same as another website. It’s important to show you are a credible source with original ideas and that you are citing your sources when you have a statistic to share. Avoiding duplicate content not only makes you improve as a blogger to your ...
Startups in the UK Considering Moving to Continent Due to Brexit - Feb 16, 2017 - The stress is mounting for startups in the United Kingdom because of Brexit. Many started very confident in the industry and didn’t believe Brexit would harm it. However, tech entrepreneurs from the UK are now starting to see the challenges.A survey of 940 startup executives in the country and other countries, found that the majority are anxious over the changes going into effect in March. Less than 50% believe 2017 will be better than 2016, according to the survey done by Silicon Valley ...
Whitelabel ITSolutions Expands Network to 48 Lines Capable of 100Gbps - Feb 15, 2017 - 100 Gigabit (100G) is slowly becoming the new standard for transport. The declining costs of 100G implementation is such that the lowest cost per transmitted bit now lies in 100G. 100G capabilities purely allows businesses the flexibility for unprecedented expansion as bandwidth needs increase.With that being said Whitelabel ITSoloutions looks to remain in the forefront to cover your business needs even before you know you need it. While most data centers run lines of 10Gbps or 40Gbps ...
WhiteLabel ITSolutions New Data Center Offering Colocation and Managed Services - Feb 15, 2017 - WhiteLabelITSolutions has announced today that it has expanded its product selection to provide colocation and managed services options out of their new data center, which is strategically located in Hackensack, New Jersey away from natural and man-initiated threat zones. WhiteLabelITSolutions is a leading, customer focused provider of dedicated hosting and colocation, they are committed to provide reliable, scalable and affordable plans.WhiteLabelITSolutions offers a wide selection of ...
Whitelabel ITSolutions Expands Connectivity Nationwide - Feb 15, 2017 - Whitelabel ITSolutions is glad to announce that we have partnered up with Lightpath-Altice, which now expands our connectivity point to point nationwide. This partnership aids our regional distribution rings that blend wave division multiplexing technologies with survivability options, ensuring reliable connectivity and uninterrupted service. The fiber optic connectivity directly into a network node at the customer’s location to support a number of technologies and ensure the highest levels of ...