Blog Posts - Best-practices



4 Reasons the Mobile Newsfeed Is the Future of Employee Communications

In the world of employee communications things are drastically changing. Many brands are making the move to a mobile-first, newsfeed-like approach. While many companies are still operating on “1998 internet principles,” Arik Hanson believe this i...
by CAI University on Dec 16, 2016

3 Tips to Disconnect from Tech and Increase Productivity

Society reprogrammed itself way too fast. The briefest lull in conversation or activity now signals that a person should check his or her phone for notifications. Never mind that those notifications probably do not matter even when they are actually...
by CAI University on Dec 16, 2016

How to Fight through Intellectual Discomfort

There are days when we get an assignment or project thrown onto our desk and the first thing we think is, “This is going to be hard… No way can I do this!” So we may push it off, attempt and give up, or, worst of all, make it someone else’s r...
by CAI University on Dec 14, 2016

SPIs Vs. APIs: Which Should IT Organizations Choose?

The excited discussion about how to best use APIs has been going on for years now, and even more intensely within the past few years. Their versatility and practicality seemingly cannot be beat. Perhaps chief among its applications right now is how i...
by CAI University on Dec 12, 2016

Pluralsight – Evaluating Your vSphere Environment for Best Practices and Security

VMware vSphere is by far the most used hypervisor in enterprise data centers around the world, but too often it’s not implemented with the best practices that it should be, resulting in poor performance, downtime, or insecurity. In this course,...
by Tutorials For Download on Dec 4, 2016

5 Ways to Boost Your Resilience at Work

Stress will kill you, but in this fast-paced world of never-ending work, how can a person avoid stress? In an article for Harvard Business Review, Rich Fernandez shares how learning to be resilient is more important than ever in the fight against bur...
by CAI University on Aug 3, 2016

Don’t Lose Direct Bookings Due to these 4 Web Hosting Failures

How many bookings are you losing when your hotel, tour, or travel website is down? The more critical question to ask is how often is your website down? You probably have no idea. If you don’t proactively monitor and respond to site failings glo...
by BookingCounts on Jun 8, 2016

SEO Best Practices: The On-Page SEO Checklist for 2016

Whenever we heard the term of On-Page SEO it gives us a thought of Meta tags, HTML coding, Image tags, and other elements that are directly connected with a website. When you are thinking to put your website in high ranking it’s important...
by SEO Expert : Seogdk on Jun 3, 2016

Best practices to name your JAR file in Java

If you are an author of an internal, proprietary Java library or an external open source library,  or you are one of those lucky developers who ship Java application by yourself then you should follow these best practices while naming your JAR files...
by javarevisited on May 26, 2016

Four Ways to Kill Best Practice

There is an array of times in which the best practice is the best option, but when it comes to innovation, best practices need to step back. When pushing for change and innovation, a person needs to approach the problem in a new way, not necessarily...
by CAI University on Apr 6, 2016

Best Practices to Create Work Breakdown Structures

Discussed below are the best practices that possibly will provide assistance to project teams in creating an effective Work Breakdown Structure that will be covering particular project requirements. These best practices will be backing project teams...
by Magcify on Feb 24, 2016

What is Work Breakdown Structure?

The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is the required work to be done in order to produce project deliverables meeting finalized project requirements. It describes and puts scope of a project in a hierarchical breakdown of activities. WBS helps project...
by Magcify on Feb 17, 2016

Putting content marketing on time out for a moment

Are you really in the content marketing business or the content creation business? Let's put content marketing on time out for a moment to sort it out The post Putting content marketing on time out for a moment appeared first on Schaefer Marketing So...
by Somthing digital on Feb 4, 2016

Five simple ideas to cut your blogging time in half

Not enough time to blog? Here are some great ideas guaranteed to cut your blogging time in half The post Five simple ideas to cut your blogging time in half appeared first on Schaefer Marketing Solutions: We Help Businesses {grow}.    ...
by Somthing digital on Jan 25, 2016

Harness The Power of Performance-Driven Content To Make Your Content More (and More) Successful

By Marcia Riefer Johnston Publish it and forget it. Spray and pray. Have you ever done that with your content? (We all have.) What a shame to go to the trouble of creating and distributing content only to let it disappear from our minds—poof!—as...
by The Content Wrangler on Jan 25, 2016

Is Your Book Now Button Failing the Booking Security Test?

How do you know if your booking web security is broken, out of date, appears unencrypted, or displays scary warnings messages? The only answer is to test, configure, and test again. This post is for hotels, tour operators, tourist attractions, and tr...
by BookingCounts on Jan 11, 2016

Yes, There Is a Technology Bubble, and That’s Okay

What if you could have omniscient powers that allowed you to predict the bursting of the economy? Nobel-winning economist Robert Shiller appears to be able to do just that. In an article for MIT Technology Review, Nanette Byrnes analyzes a talk Shill...
by CAI University on Dec 16, 2015

6 LinkedIn Tips to Make Your Profile Pop

LinkedIn is an exceptionally helpful platform by which to grow one’s career, but despite that fact, it is entirely underutilized. In an article for CIO.com, Matt Kapko expands on the tips provided directly by LinkedIn to achieve more value. Tips to...
by CAI University on Dec 15, 2015

Q & A: Instagram Hashtags 101

In the last couple weeks, I’ve had a couple people tell me that they don’t *get* Instagram, and they don’t understand how to use hashtags on it. Clearly it’s time for a Q & A blog post about it! Q:... The post Q & A: Instagram Hashta...

Critical Infrastructure without 2FA awaits Disaster

  2FA or Two Factor Authentication is a secure way to allow access. If your enterprise is not using 2FA for C-level executives that have access to… The post Critical Infrastructure without 2FA awaits Disaster appeared first on Vircom Inc..
by Email Security Matters on Nov 18, 2015


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