More people are leaving their day jobs to focus on starting up their own home business. There are various reasons for this. For some, it may be because they want to have more control of their time with a goal to have a more balanced life. Others have also found […]
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With stiff competition being faced by bloggers and small businesses alike, many bloggers and web masters are using different search engine optimisation techniques in the hope of driving more much needed traffic to their blogs and websites. While some become successful, others commit serious SEO mistakes that end up messing […]
Never moan Moaning is one of the most unattractive features of any personality. Whose company would you prefer? Someone with a positive, optimistic outlook or someone who spends the whole time bellyaching about things that aren’t going well? Moaning is unacceptable for anyone who works on their own. Why? Because […]
The issue management plan (ISM) is basically a representation of how a company or an individual will deal with technical, environmental, and project-specific issues. While such issues exist or will inevitably appear, ISM’s purpose is to discuss and identify possible solutions. ISM application The issue management plan is usually used […]
Starting with Windows XP, people used to say that the maximum number of programs Windows can handle without becoming unstable or even crashing, is 30. Should it be a real statement or just a supposition, what’s certain-the more software you install and open on your computer, the more unstable the […]
Looking back 2008, Windows Vista introduced for the first time the full image backup system, then it was expanded to every edition of Windows 7 and now Windows 8 has two methods to create an image backup. Creating an image backup is crucial in case of an operating system failure […]
Long before the current financial crisis, America's workers were suffering through a wage drought that is now well into its fourth decade, with no end in sight. Yet labor productivity has risen sharply, by more than 80 percent, over the 35 years since the wage drought began. So while rising […]