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What You Need to Know About Cloud Computing

After Web 2.0 cloud computing has to be one of the most widely used buzzwords, one which very few of us understand fully. This comes as no surprise since it is believed that this revolutionary concept is still in its infancy and means different things to different people. The most commonly accepted definition sets forth the meaning of cloud computing as an architecture, which provides data, resources, and software to the end users. Unlike a single server or a cluster of servers, this architecture is location-independent and offers single point of access to the consumers who do not have to be aware of the technology behind it.

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50 Questions That Designers Need to Ask Their Clients

If you are a web designer and developer, one of the most important aspects of your job is to find out what the client needs and wants. In the case of very small projects, a quick phone call or a few exchanged emails is all that you might need, but if you have been awarded a complex and rather large project, you need to find out as much as possible about the project’s details. Keep in mind that great many of your clients might not be as computer or Internet savvy as you are and might have completely wrong idea of what, when, and how things are happening – it is in your best interest to figure out all the important details in advance in order to avoid cancelled projects, missed deadlines, and dissatisfied customers.

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Everything you need to know about your CPU

One of the most important parts of a computer is the central processing unit or CPU. This is the component that makes all computations possible, and performs four basic logical operations that complete the fetch-decode-execute cycle of a computer.

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Must-Have Tools for the Beginning Web Designer

There are great many software products, which can make the work of a web designer much easier and dramatically increase his or her productivity. However, some of them cost hundreds of dollars, which not every beginner web designer can afford and they could take months to master as well.

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How to Set Up the Ultimate Home Office

With more and more people working from home setting up the ultimate home office is what could make all the difference between a productive day and hours of wasted time. A home office should be well organized, well lit, and well ventilated in order to provide a safe and efficient working environment.

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Landing a dream job – how to prepare for a job interview

In order to secure the job that you apply for, you need to convince the interviewer that you are the best person for the position, show them your best side, and convince them that you would become an invaluable asset to their company. To achieve all this, you have to be well prepared for the job interview, and here are some of the most important steps that you need to take, so you can maximize your chances of getting the position.

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8 Sure-Fire Tips for Creating Outstanding Web Content

With the millions of websites that are popping-up every single day, the web surfers are spoiled for content and could easily find the information that they are looking for from multiple source. In order to entice them to come to your own website and keep them coming back for more day after day, you need to create content that is well worth reading and sharing.

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Whistle While You Work: 5 iTunes Tips and Tricks You Must Use

Most people in IT work WAY too much. We can make this time more tolerable by listenting to music or a favorite podcast. Most people will agree spending most of your life online can’t be healthy, see me as a prime example of internet health. In spending all of your time online you do pick up vast amounts of seemingly useless information along with minute chunks of data that might be useful. I figure I do have some minute tidbits of useful data that would be of value to share with the rest of the internet and since I am in a kind mood I will share them!

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