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SSL Basics: Securing Your Site

Have you read somewhere that SSL is really important, but you don’t know what that even means? You’ve come to the right place. I’m going to give you a quick and simple rundown of SSL and what it means for your business! What is SSL? SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It is the technology […]

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Pokémon GO Tips: Business Edition

In the last couple weeks I’ve written about Pokémon for the sake of improving your personal life and Pokémon for the sake of being good at Pokémon. Today I want to talk about Pokémon for the sake of getting more business! Since you’re probably a business owner and not necessarily a Pokémon Trainer, I’m going […]

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The Social Side of Pokémon GO!

Pokémon GO! It’s all the rage right now! Usually when we talk about the social side of things we mean social media; Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram. Yes, there’s been plenty of social media stir about Pokémon GO but I want to talk about socialization in the form of speaking real words in real-time to people […]

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Net Neutrality Wins!

What is Net Neutrality? Net Neutrality is the concept that Internet Service Providers, such as Comcast, AT&T, and CenturyLink, and governments should treat all data on the Internet equally, not discriminating or charging differentially by user content, site, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or mode of communication. Net Neutrality proponents posit that everyone should […]

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Hello Allo

Google has released a new app called Allo, which is a text-based messaging app that features Google Search integration and Smart Reply–so you can respond to messages without typing a single word. Smart Reply learns over time and will show suggestions that it thinks is your style. Essentially, Allo is Google’s answer to Facebook’s Messenger […]

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3 Lessons Learned From The Ashley Madison Data Breach

This last Tuesday, more than 32 million people had their personal information and private profiles leaked online by a group of hackers. The victims were registered users of Ashley Madison, a dating website for men and women seeking an affair. The hackers call themselves “The Impact Team” and posted the information to the deep web, a […]

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12 Tech Innovations That Will Change The World By 2020

With improved smartphone capabilities, wearable devices that monitor your health, and virtual reality developments rapidly expanding, we live in an exciting time for advances in technology. There are some game-changing tech innovations in the works that could dramatically impact everyday life in the next 5 years. After scouring the internet, we were able to compile […]

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Virtual Reality Entertainment Center ‘The Void’ Will Open In Utah By 2016

When The Void’s founder Ken Bretschneider first tried virtual reality headsets, he was disappointed that he had to be confined to a chair in his room. What he really wanted was to be fully immersed in the game – to have the ability to run and walk and interact with the environment around him. That’s […]

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Don’t Blame Google’s Phantom Update For Your Lost Site Traffic

Did you notice a drop in traffic last month?   You’re not alone. Google confirmed a change to its search algorithm, known as the Quality or Phantom update (due to Google initially denying its existence). The change caused a shake-up in search rankings that SEO expert Glenn Gabe deemed “ruthless”. Just how ruthless was the […]

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What Really Happened To PayPal Credit Customers Will Make You Cringe

Last Tuesday, PayPal was hit with a complaint from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) accusing the company of using deceptive practices with its credit product, PayPal Credit, formally known as Bill Me Later. As a result, PayPal now owes $15 million in reimbursements and a $10 million fine to the CFPB’s penalty fund. PayPal Credit […]

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