• Internet Marketing

    Internet of Things in Energy Market to Eyewitness Massive Growth by 2026

    The latest study released on the Global Internet of Things (IoT) in Energy Market by Market Intellix evaluates market size, trend, and forecast to 2026. The Internet of Things (IoT) in Energy market study covers significant research data and proofs to be a handy resource document for managers, analysts, industry experts and other key people to have ready-to-access and self-analyzed study to help understand market trends, growth drivers, opportunities and upcoming challenges and about the competitors. Key Players in This Report Include: AGT International, Maven Systems, Davra Networks, IBM, Flutura, Northwest Analytics, Cisco, Wind River, SAP, Carriots, Symboticware, and ILS  

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  • Computer

    Missouri state government wrestles with massive computer shortcomings | Politics

    “In light of the events that have transpired this week, I believe the governor cannot wait any longer to appoint members to this commission so it may do the critical work of identifying and rectifying gaps in Missouri’s cyberinfrastructure,” Aune said Friday. Aune said the governor’s reaction to the Post-Dispatch’s story was a “fiasco.” “Let’s get down to brass tacks: The Parson administration stored the sensitive, private, personally identifiable information of nearly 100,000 Missouri teachers on a public website, and it could easily be accessed by anyone with even a basic knowledge of the internet. That’s a terrifying fact,” Aune  

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  • SEO

    10 Uniquely Enterprise SEO Keyword Research Tips

    When it comes to SEO, all things are not created equal. What defines your business as “enterprise” typically comes down to the size of your organization, your total annual revenue, or the number of pages on your website. If you’re a large-scale company, traditional tactics and fixes don’t always work for you. The ability to scale, address site problems quickly, and make decisions that affect large swaths of content simultaneously, is paramount. We all know that good SEO begins with laying solid foundations, and that’s no different with an enterprise site. But what does keyword research look like when you’re  

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  • Website Design

    Website Design Examples For Custom Manufacurers

    Every once in a while, we encounter a website that engages us and keeps us browsing through the pages. Whether it’s the colors and branding, the functionality, or the value of the content, each website has the power to captivate and, when done right — convert those website visitors into customers.  

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  • Technology News

    At the crossroads of language, technology, and empathy | MIT News

    Rujul Gandhi’s love of reading blossomed into a love of language at age 6, when she discovered a book at a garage sale called “What’s Behind the Word?” With forays into history, etymology, and language genealogies, the book captivated Gandhi, who as an MIT senior remains fascinated with words and how we use them. Growing up partially in the U.S. and mostly in India, Gandhi was surrounded by a variety of languages and dialects. When she moved to India at age 8, she could already see how knowing the Marathi language allowed her to connect more easily to her classmates  

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  • Gadjet And Laptop

    Twisty Laptops, Bendy Phones: Microsoft Bets Big on Design

    BS: No. MC: Probably 95, about a hundred percent of people would say no, right? BS: Probably not. LG: Yeah, yeah. We’re so used to tasks switching and app switching at this point- MC: Yeah. LG: On our current, somewhat limited, mobile devices. Limited in terms of real estates, that it’s not that hard to do. MC: So, I would argue that the problem that Microsoft is looking to solve, is something that our brains have already solved for us. LG: Hmm. That’s interesting. MC: And we shouldn’t have to pay  

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