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Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Albert Scherbinsky 
 
 Article Title :: Identity Abuse
 
Identity Abuse by: Albert Scherbinsky Recently the threat of identity theft has been often reported in the media. Identity abuse, given less attention, deserves a closer look. An identity thief steals someone's identity and assumes that identity, usually for material gain. On the other hand, an identity abuser does not necessarily assume the identity, but nonetheless causes harm to the owner of the identity. Online we are identified primarily by e-mail address and homepage. We assign a significant personal value to these identities. Our friends and contacts have our e-mail address in their address books and our homepage bookmarked in their favourites. Anyone who has chan  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Blair Ballard 
 
 Article Title :: Why a Project Manager Manages More Than Just The P
 
Why a Project Manager Manages More Than Just The Project by: Blair Ballard So your Project Manager is responsible for getting your Project - whatever it may be, completed. This is going to involve more than just managing time and resources. Above all it requires good people management, in particular managing You, the Client! Let me give an example from "History". We were engaged in the development of a large (several million dollar) project. It required development of software, building of a company intranet, a web presence, a big database and overcoming lots of security issues. The "Client" was actually represented by 4 parties. An IT Manager, who is in overall control of the   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Blur Loterina 
 
 Article Title :: Graphic Designs Standards
 
Graphic Designs Standards by: Blur Loterina Do you find it hard to create your own graphic design? Before you can come up with a good graphic design you must first understand the basic principles in creating the design, as well as the factors it must contain. Design is defined as a plan or pattern formed for the purpose of making or doing something. It explains how things are done or how to come up with something. A design must have a purpose, or else it will be useless. It must contain enough information. You can use visual languages, such as chart, table or graph, for it to become more understandable. It should also explain the details. Start from the general idea, then, give the s  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Tina O'Block 
 
 Article Title :: How to Use Technology to Better Prepare Students f
 
How to Use Technology to Better Prepare Students for the Workforce by: Tina O'Block Technology is becoming more and more prevalent in our everyday lives as well as the workforce. Recent studies predict that by the year 2010 almost every job in the American workplace will require some use of technology. This influx in technology has caused changes in the way the computer is being used in the workplace and in the way computer literacy needs to be taught in our schools. When the personal computer was first introduced in the 1980’s, people had to learn how to operate it, program it, and utilize its basic functions. Today, people and businesses are becoming more familiar with technol  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Troy Werelius 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft(r) Exchange Server Utilities – ESEutil &
 
Microsoft(r) Exchange Server Utilities – ESEutil & ISinteg by: Troy Werelius Microsoft includes two command line utilities with Exchange Server that are designed to accomplish various maintenance functions within the Exchange database. They are limited, complex, tedious, and time consuming when compared to the functionality contained within GOexchange. The best time to learn how to use these tools is in a lab environment before you need them. Like firearms and prescription medications, these tools can be dangerous if you don't understand how they work and when to use them. Imagine shooting a shotgun at a container full of water—a graphic demonstration of what can happen when you mi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Richard Zwicky 
 
 Article Title :: Choosing the Right Strategy for your Online Busine
 
Choosing the Right Strategy for your Online Business: Pay for Inclusion vs Pay per Click by: Richard Zwicky Back in the old days of the Internet - in 1993, - there were 284 locations on the entire World Wide Web. According to Bill Clinton, only 8 of them ended in .com or .net when he was sworn into office. As of January 1, 2003, there were 171,000,000 domain hosts in use. In 1995, the largest search engine database was Altavista, and it had most of the Internet categorized. Today Google and FASTsearch own the largest databases. Yet neither one of them has even 10% of the Internet covered. It's estimated that more than 8,000,000 web pages are added to the Internet every day. None of the  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Pete Crewdson 
 
 Article Title :: What is it with FireFox?
 
What is it with FireFox? by: Pete Crewdson I don't like FireFox. I'm not afraid to divulge the fact that I don't like it. I don't like people who insist on running on about how great it is, or people who try to push it in my face. I can't ignore it though, and this is why: Whilst looking over the FireFox website I noticed the increasing number of downloads it is garnering, this inspired me to try and work out why people are so keen on this browser over its Microsoft Counterpart. So why do so many people choose to switch to FireFox? The Hype? FireFox has garnered more and more media hype as the downloads increase, and the more it gets hyped, the more people download it. It's a never-  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Peter McFraser 
 
 Article Title :: One Small Step for Man – One Giant Bill from Tech.
 
One Small Step for Man – One Giant Bill from Tech. Support by: Peter McFraser Beaming data to the moon—it sounds intriguing, but is it really the answer to offsite backup? Dozens of businesses were unable to recover from 9/11. Having all of their files and backup data in one location added incredible economic damage to the already tragic losses of life. Should businesses anticipate a graver disaster than that of the World Trade Center? Jumping forward ten, maybe twenty, years... North Korea’s nuclear arsenal builds to an astounding 50,000 warheads (more than the USSR at the peak of the Cold War), the ozone hole exceeds 15 million square miles, and the war on terror wages on.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: S. Housley 
 
 Article Title :: RSS: News You Choose
 
RSS: News You Choose by: S. Housley Why is RSS So Magical? The answer is simple: RSS is news you choose. How Does it Work? Publishers and webmasters provide content and news in an RSS feed. Users view the content of interest in an RSS reader or news aggregator. The aggregator or reader contains the collection of feeds that are of interest to the user. As the RSS feed is updated the content in the reader or aggregator updates with the new information. At any point, users can remove a feed from their aggregator or reader and no longer receive information from that source. Ultimately, the user is choosing the news and content they wish to view. As RSS has increased in popularity more  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Blur Loterina 
 
 Article Title :: Graphic Designs Standards
 
Graphic Designs Standards by: Blur Loterina Do you find it hard to create your own graphic design? Before you can come up with a good graphic design you must first understand the basic principles in creating the design, as well as the factors it must contain. Design is defined as a plan or pattern formed for the purpose of making or doing something. It explains how things are done or how to come up with something. A design must have a purpose, or else it will be useless. It must contain enough information. You can use visual languages, such as chart, table or graph, for it to become more understandable. It should also explain the details. Start from the general idea, then, give the s  (read full article)
 
 
 
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