Archive for July, 2016

Do You Find Yourself Wandering from One Internet Site to Another?

Written by Common Computer Problems on July 16th, 2016. Posted in Digital marketing optimization, Digital marketing services, Web design services

Carlsbad seo

The flea market fills the entire field. Rows of tables and tents present treasures of all kinds. Antique hub cabs from forgotten trucks. Wooden spools of thread with pale shades of color. Tools both new and old. You have to take an organized approach to surveying the booths if you want to make sure you see every last thing. Without a plan, it is easy to get distracted and forget which way you are going, accidentally visiting the same items twice, but missing out on other hidden finds.
The woman who is with her 84-year old father and 15-year old daughter tries to keep both of these companions in sight. The daughter continues to gravitate toward the refurbished decorator items. Looking closely at the details, she is certain that she can recreate some of these items herself for her bedroom and basement study ar

Is Your Company Looking for a New Advertising Agency?

Written by Common Computer Problems on July 16th, 2016. Posted in Advertising agency, Advertising agency atlanta, Creative agency

Atlanta marketing firm

“I am not sure I can tell you my secret, but I can tell you my motivation.”
That honest response from the top sales person of one of the advertising agencies may have very well been the reason that your company signed the new three year contract for the company’s digital marketing services. The sales person went on to explain that her motivation was the fact that she had two children in college. And college tuition bills were all the motivation she needed to work and create until she came up with a unique marketing plan for each one of her customers. If there was a secret as well, she explained, the secret was completely different for every client. By getting to know the client and completely understanding the product her secret, if there is one, is to develop a campaign that will so uniquely bran

How Much Does Industrial CT Scanning Cost?

Written by Common Computer Problems on July 14th, 2016. Posted in 3d laser scanning service, Digital radiography, Ndt inspection

3d scanning

Before we can explain how much industrial CT scanning costs, we have to explain what makes this technology so valuable to so many companies, from archeologists to aerospace companies.
There are dozens of types of nondestructive testing technologies that companies use to inspect their products, but few that can offer the benefits of industrial CT scanning. Unlike 3D laser scanning, which can only analyze external surfaces, or electromagnetic testing, which only works with certain materials, industrial CT scanning services can quickly and accurately create a 3D model of almost any object.
It’s one of the only NDT technologies that allow scientists to inspect both internal and surface properties, all without damaging t

Give Your Clients and Customers a Friendly Voice 24 Hours a Day

Written by Common Computer Problems on July 7th, 2016. Posted in Answering service telephone, Answering services for small business, How to choose an answering service

Professional answering service

Business both small and large benefit from having an after hours answering service to meet the needs of their clients, potential customers and patients. A national answering service can help business owners ensure that a real person always answers the phone even after hours on on holidays. How important is this? Extremely.
Answering Service Value For Small Businesses
Word of mouth advertising is one of the greatest marketing tools for a small business. And nothing says customer service like having a real person answer the phone after hours and on weekends. Small business owners can not possibly staff a 24 hour line but a Continue Reading No Comments

The Internet of Things: What Is It and Why Is It Essential to Your Career in the Tech Industry

Written by Common Computer Problems on July 6th, 2016. Posted in Uncategorized

iotThe Internet of Things (IoT) is the ever-growing system of physical objects that feature an IP address for Internet connectivity. It is basically the concept of connecting any device with an on and off switch to the Internet, allowing it to send and receive data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.

Software developers have been using this term for more than 15 years; however, it only began gaining momentum more recently. There are three core sectors of the IoT: enterprise, home, and government. The Enterprise Internet of Things (EIoT) is the largest of the three.

The IoT expands Internet connectivity beyond the more commonly used devices such as laptop computers, smartphones, and tablets. Now there exists a diverse range of devices that use Internet technology to interact with the environment. Examples include thermostats that use Internet connectivity to manage temperature controls, as well as cars, security systems, speaker systems, vending machines, lights, and even farm animals implanted with biochip transponders.

RFID tags are used to capture data and track the movement of objects in the physical world. As many as 12 million were sold in 2011, and experts estimate that by 2021, this number will increase to 209 billion as the Internet of Things evolves. This boom of the Internet of Things means that the number of devices connected to the Internet will increase from about 13 billion today to 50 billion by 2020.

So, what’s the point? Kevin Ashton, the cofounder and executive director of the Auto-ID Center at MIT, explained the potential of the IoT in the following statement:

“The problem is, people have limited time, attention and accuracy – all of which means they are not very good at capturing data about things in the real world. If we had computers that knew everything there was to know about things – using data they gathered without any help from us – we would be able to track and count everything and greatly reduce waste, loss and cost. We would know when things need replacing, repairing or recalling and whether they were fresh or past their best.”