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The Anatomy of a Horrible Web Design Client

Those who are proficient at web design can make a pretty good living for themselves by designing websites for businesses. Even the most stubborn small-business men and women have realized that they need to be represented on the Internet and that their websites need to come across as professional, though they may have differing opinions on what a professional site should look like. Web design clients come in all different sizes and shapes as well as from a variety of backgrounds. Unfortunately, there is one thing that all web design clients have in common, however, and that is bad taste. Click Thumbnail to Enlarge Web design clients believe that the more ostentatious their web pages are, the more business they will attract. They want the designer to create the equivalent of loud, flashing neon signs, which they believe will drawn customers to their businesses in droves. While a patient web designer can try to explain that this is not the case, the horrible web design client will already have his or her mind set on a hideous design and will demand that it be created for...
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The Periodic Table of Twitter

It seems like every other company these days is asking the question, "How can we access the power of Twitter?" Most companies don't have a strong answer, other than hunt for followers and tweet often. Some hire social media marketing consultants, costly experts who often do little more than point the company in the right direction. However, out on the world wide web there's a mountain of information, applications and products designed to help social media outlets reach more people, gain more credibility and become stronger message delivery services. Juliana Payson, InMotion Hosting's Online Marketing Specialist, has organized these applications into a neat little table for our perusal. Introducing The SMO Periodic Table & App Map Click Thumbnail to Enlarge Twitter, Facebook and YouTube are the three largest social sharing networks in the world, and this so-called SMO Periodic Table & App Map organizes all of the major applications for monitoring posts and followers, organizing tweets, and managing your networks efficiently. It's organized in the style of the periodic table of elements, with each square of the table being a social media management application. The colors of each column correspond to the end goal of the program, which either leans toward...
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Social Media Security Basics - Infographic

Anyone who has stopped to consider the unbelievably rapid growth of Social Media today would likely notice that every part of today's economy is significantly impacted by social media. For instance, hashtags appear on commercials without explanation, almost every large brand name has an active Twitter account, and over 800 million regular people like you and me are on Facebook. That said, given the amount and frequency of information being shared through social media, it's imperative that internet users become aware of the security risks they take on by using social media platforms. Unless one is educated about social media security basics, sharing information on social media can lead you to inadvertently disclose your financial data, reveal private personal information, or at worst, compromise your identity or your business' identity. Steve Wozniak of Apple Computers, Sarah Palin, and NBC News have all been victims of security breaches to their social media accounts; so the threat is real, no matter who you are. This infographic, "Social Media Security Basics", outlines everything you need to know about social media security. Click Thumbnail to Enlarge For the embed code and original infographic, visit: https://www.veracode.com/blog/2012/03/social-media-security-basics-infographic/ This Infographic was developed by Veracode, providers of the world’s leading Application...
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The Legalities of The Cloud

One of the hottest topics in the world of IT today is the cloud; it's benefits and constraights. With the rise of internet business and enterprise software solutions made accessible through the internet, software developers came up with the cloud, which provides internet users with a way of storing and accessing data virtually anywhere in the world. While the true reliability and longevity of cloud computing remains to be seen, people who have previously found the cloud to be an entirely intimidating and untrustworthy technological development are now finding themselves unable to avoid its functionality and relevance in today's web-based economy. In addition, the rise of travelling and remote workers has made web-based cloud programs increasingly popular and irresistable for its efficiency and convenience. This infographic, "The Legalities of The Cloud", was developed by Click Software, a provider of Mobile Workforce Management Solutions including Workforce Management Software and Solutions for businesses of all sizes, to illuminate the legal, economic, and security concerns revolving around cloud computing, across countries around the world. Click Thumbnail to Enlarge This infographic was produced by Click Software, a provider of Mobile Workforce Management Solutions, including Cloud Workforce Management Software and Solutions, for businesses of all sizes.
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Are You Practicing Safe Coding? - Infographic

The year of 2011 proved to be the year of the hack, so logically, the need for developers to practice more secure application coding is more important than ever before. No matter what organization you are, you likely have some sort of web presence, and within that web presence there are hundreds of thousands of lines of code within your web applications that may possibly leave you vulnerable to hacking. This vulnerability poses the threat of exposing confidential business information, of personal and institutional identity theft, and of patent infringement, among other serious negative outcomes. In response to these threats, Veracode has developed this infographic, "Are You Practicing Safe Coding?", to explore the different ways in which better coding can lead to more safe application development. This infographic compiles anonymized data submitted by commercial software providers, large enterprises, open source projects and software outsourcers, all weighing in on the essential information regarding application security. Veracode provides the world's leading Application Risk Management Platform. Click Thumbnail To Enlarge This Infographic was developed by Veracode, providers of the world’s leading Application Risk Management Platform.
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