You’ve done it. You’ve assessed your current business, analyzed its potential for growth, and found the best way to get your organization’s tried and true business practices from yesterday accelerated into the world of tomorrow with the cloud. You’ve seen that it can offer a scalable pricing solution to bring up and down at the push of a button and you know that it will free your exhausted team of all the hard work that comes with in-house hosting servers.
Digital commerce, although massively impactful is not the first major revolution to occur in the B2C or B2B world. It has been evolving from the first time a store has offered an added service to increase the customer experience and drive loyalty. But before we get into where it came from, let’s make sure we know exactly what it is.
Cloud migration has rapidly become not only a secure, compliant storage space for data, but a phenomenal application that can be utilized for immense business growth; but how does it change the cost compared to the virtual machines and physical machines it’s phasing out as we speak? In fact, while public and private clouds are expected to grow 22% and 15% respectively, each year for the next two years, virtual and physical machines are expected to decline by 25% and 31% respectively.
60 million Americans have been affected by identity theft.
According to a survey by the Harris Poll almost 60 million Americans have been affected by identity theft. That’s the population of California, Washington State, Oregon, and New York City combined. Since the creation of the internet, the sheer scope of new crime has skyrocketed like no one could have imagined.
The day begins winding down and it’s closing time at your business. You count the cash at the register. You check the store for missing inventory. You pack up your things, punch in the code to activate the alarm system, and leave the store, locking the front door on your way it.
If you run an eCommerce store with increasing traffic, it is important to plan ahead and choose a provider that is going to ensure that your site is available and able to serve requests to thousands if not millions of customers a month that come to buy items on your store.
When we try to define good SEO practices, we are faced with vast and dynamic scope. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is constantly evolving. Despite this dynamic growth, there are certain vital features for organic ranking that all websites have in common. Although many digital marketing agencies employ these optimization techniques; they rarely cover the entire spectrum of SEO practices.
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What’s in it for your business?
What is Microsoft Azure Cloud?
Since the advent of the first computer in the 1930s, it was evident that mankind was on the verge of an era of great technological prowess.
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About Amazon Web Services
Take a look at where the digital industry is headed today. If you have been observing current trends, AWS must have popped up here and there.
Effective content marketing is a vehicle for modern SEO. Just as wheels without an engine leaves you pedaling, content without an SEO strategy can’t keep up in a digital marketplace. And just like an engine with no wheels, SEO without content is a shiny machine that goes nowhere.
Content needs SEO to stand out in the din of mediocre blog posts clogging up the internet these days, and Google has said that one of the top three ranking factors for organic search is “content.”
But what does that mean?