5 Reasons Why Every Small Business Needs a #wordpress Website
Nethority.comThis is the era where everything is getting digitalized. Along with the offline presence, every business needs to be present online on WWW. If you own a small business, you must drag it to the online world of internet. Even if your business serves locally, you must have an online access to it. The world is changing at a fast pace and you shouldn’t be the last one to join the race, right?To make an online presence, your business needs to have a website. The best and affordable way is to develop a WordPress website. Let’s have a look at why your small business needs a WordPress website.1) Creating and maintaining a WordPress website is trouble-free.For small business, creating a website is the first step to walk in the online world. WordPress website is easy to develop if you (...)
How #blockchain Can Help SMBs Compete with the Big Dogs
image source: UnsplashA few days ago, Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, testified before Congress about the measures taken by the social media giant to protect users’ data. And if there is a theme that emerged in the testimony, it is the significant role that big data analytics play in business success.It is no wonder that a good number of the world largest corporations including Facebook, Google, and Twitter are in the business of selling marketing insights. One area of big data analytics that has recently attracted a lot of attention from corporations, politicians, and government agencies in sentiment analysis.This method involves analyzing comments and suggestions left on social media sites and identifying their attitude towards a brand by using variables such as emotion, (...)
C’est juste pour les #leçons_d'anglais. Sans parler de “Pearls before Swine”, “#Speed_Bump”, “#SMBC” (Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal), “#Ballard_Street”, “#Herman”, “#Buttersafe” et quelques autres, il n’y a pas de mieux pour la récapitulation.
Mac OS X 10.4: How to prevent .DS_Store file creation over network connections
To configure a Mac OS X user account so that .DS_Store files are not created when interacting with a remote file server using the Finder, follow the steps below. Note: This will affect the user’s interactions with SMB/CIFS, AFP, NFS, and WebDAV servers.