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Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Deryck Richards 
 
 Article Title :: Setting Up a Network -- Wired or Wireless?
 
Setting Up a Network -- Wired or Wireless? by: Deryck Richards To Wire or Not to Wire Wireless networks are en vogue, but your installation won’t be successful unless you chose the right type of network and set it up properly. Wired networks require that each computer be connected via a wire to a central location, called a switch or hub. This often involves installing cables through walls and ceilings and can present a challenge for anyone. If the computers in your home or office are all within 500 feet of each other, a wireless network might be for you. A wireless network has no cables. It can connect computers on different floors of a building or even across the street. Aside f  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Glenn Murray 
 
 Article Title :: Web Copy – How Much is Enough?
 
Web Copy – How Much is Enough? by: Glenn Murray These days, there’s widespread acceptance that a website is an integral part of the marketing plan of any business. Likewise, it’s commonly accepted that web copy is a vital component of any website. But how much web copy is enough? The pure volume of information available on the Internet is daunting – often counterproductive. There are approximately 550 billion documents on the web, and every day another 7 million are added. According to an A.T. Kearney, Network Publishing study (April 2001), workers take so long trying to find information that it costs organizations $750 billion annually! Yet people continue to use it. Informa  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Great Plains Customization Upgrade– overview for C
 
Great Plains Customization Upgrade– overview for CIO/IT Director by: Andrew Karasev When Microsoft bought Great Plains Software, then Navision it formed special subdivision - Microsoft Business Solutions. Several accounting/ERP systems: Great Plains Dynamics/eEnterprise, Navision Attain, Axapta, Solomon, later QuickSell - all written in different programming languages and manner and on different DB platforms were in Microsoft disposition at this time. While assuring existing customers in its commitment to support all these applications, Microsoft had to develop unification strategy. Around the same time Microsoft made its move with .Net introduction and tried to gain portion of c  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Jakob Jelling 
 
 Article Title :: Destination: Desktop for Google
 
Destination: Desktop for Google by: Jakob Jelling First we had the original Google search that evolved into the leader in its class. In fact, it became so popular that the word "google" worked its way into our everyday language as a verb, as in "to google" something. Google later introduced a toolbar that was plug-in for some browsers like Internet Explorer. The Google toolbar features a direct Google search box with quick access to image and group searches, a pop-up blocker, and for Internet marketers mostly, a PageRank (PR) indicator. With competition like Yahoo and MSN threatening to start nipping at Google's heels, Google has introduced several new services to try to stay ahead o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Otis F. Cooper 
 
 Article Title :: Checklist For Reviving A Dead Computer
 
Checklist For Reviving A Dead Computer by: Otis F. Cooper It's not something we like to think about but your computer will fail, if you keep it long enough.It may be a simple problem,such as the floppy drive not reading the disk to a major system crash. Because computers are run by operators,User Error is the most common cause of computer malfunction.When the user is at the computer,he or she may add or delete certain files.Or he/she may remove or exchange certain hardware features. When we look at user error,we must remember that since we're human,the user error may be easy to solve by simply asking the last user if he/she installed any software,re-configured any software or hardw  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Jakob Jelling 
 
 Article Title :: To The Next Level With Google Groups 2
 
To The Next Level With Google Groups 2 by: Jakob Jelling If you haven't visited the Google Labs lately, they have released a beta of Google Groups 2 that you may want to check out. This is Google's answer to Yahoo Groups, and they've added some new features to make their service more useful. For those who don't know, such groups allow anyone to easily and quickly start their own announcement lists and discussion forums. There is no need to install scripts or anything else on a web site, and no technical knowledge beyond email and posting to a discussion board is needed. If you want, you can use Google Groups to post to and read Usenet postings as well. Of course, nothing is truly fr  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Jakob Jelling 
 
 Article Title :: Get Personal With Google
 
Get Personal With Google by: Jakob Jelling Anyone who's been on the net any time at all knows that Google has been the search engine of choice for many for a while now. Whether that continues remains to be seen, but for now, with MSN still in development and Yahoo going through some growing pains, many still feel that Google is the leader. As such, it's worth dropping in to the Google Labs every now and then to see what's going on there. For example, Google's Personalized search offers a fun and useful way for searchers to interact with part of the mysterious and closely-guarded Google search algorithm. You can set a search profile that's stored as a cookie on your computer. The easy  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Great Plains Project Accounting – overvi
 
Microsoft Great Plains Project Accounting – overview for IT Director/Controller by: Andrew Karasev Microsoft Business Solutions is now in process of creating so called Microsoft Suites: Microsoft Financials, Microsoft Logistics, Microsoft Manufacturing, Microsoft Professional Services - this last one will be based on Solomon Project module. The long story of Great Plains Software Project Accounting - it was originally created by MatchData, which was bought by Great Plains in late 1990-th and renamed into Great Plains Project Accounting. Great Plains Project accounting future is uncertain - it will not ( according to rumors in Microsoft) become the base for one of the Microsoft suit  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Dave Carlson 
 
 Article Title :: Five and a Half Ways to Amp Up Your Search EngineO
 
Five and a Half Ways to Amp Up Your Search EngineOptimization by: Dave Carlson Statistics show that 85% of pages visited on the Internet come from people who have gotten there from a search engine. Statistically, people look first at the top of the first page of the regular search results, then the bottom, and then they go to the sponsored listings. There is an art and science to being ranked highly on the search engines. The science is formatting the pages with the right meta tags and submitting them in the right way to the search engines. The art is to make the site look and read normal in spite of filling it with key words. Here are five and a half ways to get a higher ranking a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Ewan Bain 
 
 Article Title :: What is a domain name and why would I want one?
 
What is a domain name and why would I want one? by: Ewan Bain In this article we will cover the basics of what a domain name is, how they work and why you need to have at least one. I am going to try and avoid complicated computer terms and stick to explanations that should be easily understood by someone without a computer science degree. What is a Domain Name? Before we can go into what a domain name is I'm going to tell you why we need them as the answers compliment each other. The Internet is just a really big collection of connected computers (a network). For the purpose of explaining domain names you can think of the Internet a bit like the phone system and just like the phone s  (read full article)
 
 
 
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