Category Archive: Technology

25 Jan 2017

What’s in Store for Online Students in 2017?

The number of students opting to learn through digital tools has steadily increased in recent years, paving the way for new trends as we go into 2017. The American Academy and other experts believe that these trends may help students become more engaged with participating in cyber learning, like enrolling in online high school and college […]


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16 Dec 2016

The Three Market Figures that Drive the Service Management Sector

Unsurprisingly, the field service management (FSM) industry is set to grow over the next few years, and it will all be because of three simple things. A new report published by market analysis firm Technavio. The analysis forecasts a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of more than 11% between 2016 and 2020. Researchers estimated the […]


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Disaster Preparedness

12 Oct 2016

Prevent Delays, Losses & Downtimes with These Preparedness Tactics

Disaster preparedness is not exactly an exciting part of business, but it should be part of your priorities as a business owner. Businesses with no disaster preparedness to speak of typically suffer more setbacks than those that have the right programs in place. Some businesses never even recover from especially bad situations. Whatever the size […]


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26 Sep 2016

The Colourful and Amazing History of Action Cameras

There are many different types of cameras around, but surely, action-cams prove to be some of the most interesting. This is mainly because as the name suggests, they are used to film “action” scenes — or situations where a person, animal or anything else is in motion. But when exactly did they appear? And how […]


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19 Sep 2016

What You Need to Know About Electrical Wiring Tracers

Modern houses typically hide their electrical wiring behind walls. This is because apart from being visually unappealing, these can also lead to accidents. Concealed behind or within walls, electrical wires pose a lesser risk of accidents. The challenge now is figuring out where the wires run, especially when you are trying to check for shorted […]


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15 Sep 2016

Don’t Degrade Online Trust: Be Open and Upfront

Before trusting a website (using a service or buying a product) most users evaluate the credibility or trustworthiness of a page. As customers want to make the right decision, they take more effort to get to know the business, starting from its products or services to the price, additional charges and return policies. Display Prominent […]


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Website Design in Denver

02 Sep 2016

Whitespace Design: Focus, Organize, and Highlight Vital Elements in a Website

Whitespace is one of the essential building blocks of great website design. Also referred to as negative space, it’s basically the space found between various elements such as between gutters, margins, and images in a webpage — think blank space, but with a purpose. It draws the eyes yet offers some breathing room. Here’s how […]


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30 Jun 2016

Top Considerations for Service Management Software

Good job management is the key to a successful service provider. It does not matter if the business is small or big. Service management software makes it easier for everyone. Small operators, however, will benefit most from it because it will help them make the use of limited resources.  Here are JobLogic's top considerations for […]


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22 Jun 2016

Why You Should Use Branch Circuit Locators

No matter what task you’ve been assigned, it’s best that you use the most suitable equipment. Mistakes can happen when you’re wiring large circuits, and the easiest way to locate faults in such situations is to use a branch circuit locator. TASCO, Inc. and other electrical testing equipment suppliers list why branch circuit locators are an ideal choice […]


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17 Jun 2016

Can GIFs Help or Hamper SEO Campaigns?

Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen GIFs become more common on the Internet. Social media users share these to illustrate a point they’re making, to complement a post, or even to show some sass. Buzzfeed and other similar websites use GIFs to add flavour to their lists and articles. It’s all great fun […]


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