Archive for the “Industry Trends” Category

Mobile Data Traffic Is Up, Up and Away

Posted on April 1st, 2015 by Kelly Kirkham

Making your site mobile-friendly is often at the bottom of the long list of things to do, but with Cisco recently releasing a white paper detailing the trends in mobile traffic, delaying making your site mobile friendly could have a bigger impact on your business or blog than you think…

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Big Data: Navigating The Three Vs

Posted on March 27th, 2015 by Kelly Kirkham

Big data is a small phrase that describes a huge collection of information that actually means something if it gets processed. This is where web hosting comes in – exciting right?  

Honesty Is The Best Policy: Google’s Knowledge-Based Trust

Posted on March 12th, 2015 by Kelly Kirkham

You’ve done it by the book. You’ve got the content and the backlinks, but how does your site compare when it comes to the truth? Google is working on a new search algorithm that will soon consider factual content as a ranking quality…

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Intel Compute Stick… Woo Hoo!

Posted on January 9th, 2015 by Kelly Kirkham

In the thick of the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) announcements came this little gem. The Intel Compute Stick with capabilities of running Windows 8.1 all while fitting in your pocket.

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Happy New Year! What to Expect in 2015:

Posted on January 1st, 2015 by Kelly Kirkham

A New Year always brings new opportunities and products. Take a look at what we think could be the ‘next big thing’ in technology for 2015.

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Net Neutrality And Obama’s ‘Plan For A Free And Open Internet’

Posted on November 20th, 2014 by Kelly Kirkham

Are all websites created equal? Or should mega-sites be able to pay their way to easy access? President Obama details his own opinions on net neutrality in his ‘Plan for a Free and Open Internet’. What does this mean for internet users and what can we expect in the future of web traffic?

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