Political Silence: Social Media And News Guidelines

Political Silence: Social Media And News Guidelines

Posted by Guest Blogger

It wasn’t all that long ago that the news world and the social media world were separate entities. While the articles that journalists wrote were typically shared all over social media, the actual news they…
November 17, 2017
Apple Face ID And The Growth Of Biometrics

Apple Face ID And The Growth Of Biometrics

Posted by Neil Cumins

Every industry has its standard bearers. From Volvo’s in-car safety systems to Amazon’s ecommerce innovations, some companies are naturally adept at setting industry standards. Apple is another company seemingly capable of second guessing the future,…
November 14, 2017
Medium’s Many Pivots

Medium’s Many Pivots

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The startup world has always been enamored with the idea of “the pivot”—or recognizing a previously unseen business opportunity and adapting your company’s offering to serve that, rather than stick to your original mission. It’s…
November 11, 2017
What Do We Know About The Current Google Algorithm?

What Do We Know About The Current Google Algorithm?

Posted by Neil Cumins

Search engines are notoriously hard to analyze or report on. There are implausible variations in market share statistics, and fierce disagreements about the merits of privacy-oriented engines like DuckDuckGo. Also, despite the claims made by…
November 7, 2017
Tech VC Culture of Excess

Tech VC Culture Of Excess

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Because tech culture is now mainstream culture in many ways, it’s normal that people want to jest or mock its tendency for excess from time to time. However, there has been a noted backlash recently…
November 3, 2017
A Beginner's Guide to Linux

A Beginner’s Guide to Linux

Posted by Neil Cumins

Linux isn’t a word frequently spoken outside computing circles, yet this open source operating system has had a seismic impact on the world. From humble beginnings in Finland in the early 1990s, Linux has evolved…
October 31, 2017
7 Reasons to Specify Managed Servers

7 Reasons to Specify Managed Servers

Posted by Neil Cumins

Chances are you don’t have a great deal of free time at work. In fact, reading this blog might be the closest you come to relaxation during weekdays. So rather than adding the burden of…
October 24, 2017
Ten Golden Rules For Effective Keyword Deployment

Ten Golden Rules For Effective Keyword Deployment

Posted by Neil Cumins

Effective keyword use is an art, not a science. Below we have listed Midphase’s recommendations for optimizing your site’s SEO, and ensuring customers can find you online, through a combination of diligent research and ongoing…
October 20, 2017
Twitter Doubles Down

Twitter Doubles Down

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Shakespeare once said that “brevity is the soul of wit”, and in the case of Twitter that’s certainly true. Indeed, during its ten year existence, one of the most defining things about Twitter has been…
October 17, 2017
Revenge Hacking: Ethical Or Too Far?

Revenge Hacking: Ethical Or Too Far?

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The recent high profile hacks that have shaken the finance, consumer, and tech worlds are truly shocking. The fact that companies who hold the data of significant portion of the population can be hacked should…
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