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14
Mar

Google squeezes badly built poorly structured sites

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Google squeezes badly built, poorly structured websites Google is evaluating website technology more critically, which will especially impact SME sites. Here’s how to avoid bad practices that will be punished. Recently — apart from all the content updates — we’ve seen Google: Requiring responsiveness and mobile friendliness Penalizing server errors Preferring secure sites in some […]

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21
Aug

PR Services Hacked

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PR Services Hacked, Hackers Trade off Inside Information The US recently charged hackers with breaking into PR Newswire, Business Wire and Marketwired’s servers and trading off earnings releases before they were published. IR managers at public companies will inevitably assess security not only at newswire services which distribute announcements but also at their investor relations […]

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01
May

Big Data Downsized for Small Businesses

Posted by | · · · · · · | Big Data · Brand audits · Content · Digital · Online Reputation Management · Performance Measurement · semantic Web · User Experience | Comments Off on Big Data Downsized for Small Businesses

Small Businesses can use Big Data — if it’s Downsized Every day, billions of sources — transaction records, mobile phone signals, weather sensors, traffic cameras, electricity meters, digital photos and videos, social media posts, website click-streams — create quintillions of bytes of data (2.5 quintillions, according to IBM. A quintillion is 10 X 18 trillion). […]

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