Google plans to start penalizing websites that are not mobile friendly
Yeah, you heard it right! Google has announced plans to give mobile friendly website a boost in its search result. Starting April 21, 2015, it will become costly for businesses that have websites that are not mobile friendly. The mobile friendliness features will be used as a raking metrics to display web pages and deliver content in search result.
With this, every website that is mobile-friendly will experience positive result in search engine rankings and will be considered first in search result and more content from such sites will be delivered in search results. So how well your website will rank when this now rule is enforced?
When the news about PayPal launching its operations in Nigeria hit the social media it was a big deal, most Nigerian entrepreneurs were excited and couldn't wait to join the platform. The reason is simple PayPal has set a global standard in payment transfer for online transactions. It offers the safest, fastest and easiest way of sending and receiving instant money for delivery of goods and service.
PayPal entry into the Nigerian online/e-commerce eco-system is a welcomed development that will go a long way to foster international transactions in more ways than we can imagine particularly
Microsoft recently announced that it will end support and continue development of its most successful operating system Windows XP early in the year; the OS which has been most PC user's favorite for a period spanning 12 years will finally come to end of life. Like everything that has a beginning must surely have an end some day.
What would this retirement means for businesses and computers running windows XP? How will it impact on businesses and what should be the next step?
Cloud storage technology is here to stay, it's become even more popular and a focal point of technology discussion in recent years. It offers a model of networked enterprise storage that stores data in a virtualized storage environment. Cloud storage offers businesses the option to buy or lease storage capacity from third party hosting companies and data center operators and it's a great investment that is worth it for any size of business. Ever wonder how cloud connectivity can add value to your
DOWNTIME IS NOT GOOD – not good for business, not good for IT and not good for employees. Every network administrator knows that much. Regardless of the size of the network and the type of business, downtime impacts productivity, disrupts business services, causes financial losses and certainly creates headaches for IT. Just so that you are aware of the gravitas of an outage situation, Gartner® pegs the average hourly cost of downtime for networks of small to medium-sized business at $42,000. The big question
More than half a decade after the term cloud computing was coined, millions of businesses around the world are using hosted services to add value to their operations. The cloud has been a truly game-changing innovation for companies of all sizes, causing a significant culture shift within the IT sector and business as a whole. Whereas companies