Simple Habits That Can Protect You From Identity Theft [Infographic]

Online shopping, public forums and social networking sites have made it easier to shop and socialize from anywhere in the world. Most people view it as convenient shop with a few keystrokes. Keeping in touch with out of state friends and family, or even building and maintaining a local network is made easier through social networking. However, every bit of personal information volunteered online is recorded and kept somewhere, by someone.

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Top 4 Mobile Building Lessons For 2013

47.6% of mobile users used apps! (December 2011, USA). 52% Adults users accessed mobile apps in a store to make a purchasing decision! (2011). 49% Users use their mobile devices to conduct local searches! (2011). These aren’t just numbers, the figures hold many mobile app development and marketing lessons. For one, the growing numbers of app users is a clear indication for businesses that they need apps that can impress and deliver.

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Top 3 Gadgets Set To Be Big In 2013

If you’re a gadget fanatic, then chances are you’ll already be wanting 2012 to be quickly over and done with. Why? Well, because, a brand new year means brand new gadgets! But, with tons of speculation of what’s going to be released and when, you just can’t wait until the real things actually get released.

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Your EZ Guide for Returning Online Purchases

Christmas is a time for reflection and giving, but it’s also about getting! Sometimes, unfortunately, you just don’t get what you want. Whether it’s because you were on the naughty list, a new BMW was out of your boyfriends price range, or it’s a duplicate gift, chances are a lot of you will be returning gifts come January 1st. Whether you bought it or got it, here are a few tips on successfully returning products purchased on the Web.

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Rural Broadband Options – What’s Available?

Just a decade ago the average time spent online per day by any one person was 46 minutes, now it’s a staggering 4 hours (or half of the average working day!). Facebook has 900 million members (300 times bigger than Friendster was in 2002), the average time to download a song has decreased from 13 minutes to 18 seconds, and the devices we used primarily for texting and phone calls have evolved into mini computers giving us internet access almost anywhere.

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Keeping Your Technologies Safe

Now, I’m sure that we’re all too aware of how to keep our technologies safe when it comes to keeping them from thieves. But, how many of you know how to keep them safe from breakdowns and electrical faults? Take a look around your home; I bet it’s littered with dozens of electrical appliances – from the home computer, and the laptop, to the landline phone and your mobile phone.

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Replacing Aging IT in the Cloud

Is the cloud the best place to migrate when looking to replace existing and aging, in-house IT infrastructure? Unequivocally the answer to that question is yes! But for those who remain sceptics, let’s explain why… The rapid expansion of technology in our now consumerised society is creating extremely successful businesses.

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