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Knowing About Twitter: The Basics

You have probably heard about Twitter and if you haven't gone to the site and looked it over, you might wonder what the big deal is and why people seem so excited about it. First, it is a social networking site and can be used for a social marketing campaign, but that should be done carefully. It is also a micro-blogging service.So unlike a regular blog where you posts longer messages, perhaps of article length at Twitter the posts or tweets can only be one hundred and forty characters. These are shown on the writer's profile page and are sent to the writer's followers, which are other members of Twitter. They subscribe to follow your tweets. You can opt to restrict who gets your tweets like family, friends, and business associates or you can allow the Twitter public to see your tweets. Alexia ranks it traffic wise at number 27. It gets some heavy traffic so it is a good site to join and do some social networking and social marketing. It is important not to spam people with your tweets. You can get in there a...

 


How To Keep Dust From Destroying Your Computer

Remember the days when a computer room used to be the sanctum of pure air and a dust-free zone? All carpeted and air-conditioned? Today you have your computer in your den and your laptop lying on the floor. Does that mean that your computer is susceptible to malfunctioning? Yes, it is! Although computers today are better-built, saves power and generates less heat, still no computer is immune to dust and dirt. It is thus of paramount importance that you keep your computer clean in order to ensure that it functions properly.What will dust cause?Dust will affect the most important part of your computer; the fan that keeps your central processing unit CPU cool. Dust lodges itself on the fan blades and clogs it resulting into excessive heat generation. The fan then fails to cool the CPU which may eventually completely stop the working of the computer. A partially functioning fan due to dust clogging will make your computer work harder with less output but a definitely higher electricity bill. So yes, you would wan...

 


Data Centre Security: What 10 Features Should they Have?

A data center is an outside location that houses equipment and information that is used for your business. This information or equipment can be accessed from a remote location. Many businesses use a data center, especially when customer information must be retrieved. This is especially true with customer service centers. When you call with a question or problem, you may get a different call center each time. However, they are able to pull up the same information every single time. This is because they are pulling that information from a data center. This allows for retrieval of information from all authorized parties at any time, which also results in consistency.With such access, this may make one wonder how secure a data center really is. All of this information is being transferred to and from using a computer can seem somewhat dangerous, especially since much of the information is very sensitive.That is why it is important that each data center be equipped with top-of-the-line security features that prote...

 




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