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02
Nov

5 US companies have bigger annual revenues than France

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Just 5 American companies (“Gafam” — Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft) have combined annual revenues of $3,000 BN — which is larger than the annual GDP of France ($2,200 BN). Europe is the world’s biggest single market, with a high standard of living and educated people. Why can’t Europe compete on technology?  

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07
Jul

Personal Reputation Protection

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Personal Online Reputation Protection for Business People There’s undoubtedly stuff about you online you’d rather people not be able to see. It might be dated, incorrect, negative, embarrassing, personal… whatever the reason, the first step to taking control of your reputation and identity online is to contact us. We’ve years of experience doing this for […]

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21
Oct

Massive Internet-wide DDoS attack October 21 2016

Posted by | · · · | Big Data · Digital · Digital Futures · Online Reputation Management · Optimization · Server | Comments Off on Massive Internet-wide DDoS attack October 21 2016

Internet-wide DDoS attack October 21 2016 Today’s (October 21, 2016) wide spread global DDoS attack was a big event, and a bad one: An attack on the Internet, not just on a website. A DDoS attack is when bad actors flood a server with redundant or duplicate requests to freeze it up and make it […]

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02
Oct

Give User-Agents a Clear Server Pathway

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User-Agent Journey over Your Web Server: A Pinball ride or a directed Path? As this blog has noted many times before, Google is penalizing poor site technology. Make sure you give all user-agents, search bots and browsers, a clear pathway over and across your server. If you send them ricocheting all over the place like […]

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02
Oct

Next Generation of Search: Star Trek Holodeck

Posted by | · · · · · | Big Data · Digital Futures · Mobile · semantic Web | Comments Off on Next Generation of Search: Star Trek Holodeck

The “Next Generation” of Search Web search will inevitably give way to “distributed” search. Instead of typing a query into a browser, you’ll ask a ubiquitous digital assistant  (in your phone, watch, car, as well as on your PC). This is already with us. The digital assistant —  Google’s Assistant, Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, Amazon’s […]

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05
Apr

SME digital online challenges

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How Small Businesses can Face Down big Online Challenges People who work for themselves, and small and medium-sized businesses, face stiff challenges online: from deep-pocket Big Brands who saturate their categories to specialist niche brands that seem to always keep an edge, from trying to stay on top of social media fads or figuring out […]

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01
Apr

Be Web Local To Anywhere From Anywhere

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Be local to a customer next door — or the other wide of the world Local optimization is about getting a website found for search queries made nearby, for for small scale, metropolitan area, and regional queries But “localization” can be applied on any scale, from a street up to global. With the right combination of content, […]

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