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Cloud Computing is an Unsung Hero in the Coronavirus Pandemic

The novel coronavirus has brought the world to its knees. In America alone, there are more than 550,000 cases of the disease, with a death toll of 22,000, according to data provided by worldometer. This is definitely a human tragedy. At the same time, this highly contagious disease has put tremendous strain on all our

By |2020-04-20T14:00:27+05:30April 15th, 2020|Technology|0 Comments

Google’s Inside Search Event… Live from San Francisco

Google conducted a webinar on June 14, 2011. The event was hosted by Amit Singhal, head of Google’s core ranking team. Other experts also helped us understand better what the search engine giant has been up to lately. Here are the highlights: Search is about breaking barriers to knowledge. Quest for knowledge is eternal. Desktop

By |2020-04-16T12:15:39+05:30June 14th, 2011|Business, SEO, Technology|2 Comments

Cisco – The Uncrowned King in the VOIP Segment

As a low-cost alternative to wired communication networks, Voice over Internet Protocol technology, better known as VOIP, has inflated into a million dollar market. By converting analog voice signals directly into data packets that can be transported over the communication network, VOIP provides a high quality solution to enterprise communication needs. To remain in coherence

By |2020-04-21T18:08:36+05:30May 25th, 2010|Business, Technology|4 Comments

Yahoo! That’s a Tweet Deal!

Yahoo Twitter Content Sharing Deal, Real Time Search Integration already Implemented Yahoo has finally managed to win the deal with Twitter. In an effort to jump on to the social media bandwagon, Yahoo has join hands with microblogging giant, Twitter, to integrate social media feeds. Emphasizing on the importance of this deal, Twitter co-founder Biz

By |2020-04-22T15:24:16+05:30February 25th, 2010|Business, Global, Technology|0 Comments

Google Creates Buzz; Facebook and Twitter on High Alert

In terms of expansion, Google shares its tendency with Alexander the Great. Google is certainly the uncrowned king of the Internet, but it keeps extending its territories by launching new products. However, not every product enjoys as successful a fate as Gmail. After Google Wave failed to create waves among netizens, the company has launched

By |2020-04-22T17:07:40+05:30February 12th, 2010|Global, Technology|3 Comments