Webmails
02 Jul 2016

11 Steps to Avoid The worries of Default Webmails for your Website or Client’s.

Have you always had the worries of what webmail to go with for your domain? As a designer or developer have you always had to access your domain’s email account through either of these options: http://webmail.domain.com or http://www.domain.com/webmail …after you may have contended with the mix thoughts of which webmail

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07 Apr 2016

Website and Blog Where is The Confusion?

Sometimes get confused, what’s the difference between a Website and a Blog?   Following my just concluded empowerment training, Mr Fubara Gideon and a few others asked: “What is really the difference between a website and a blog? Are they not the same?” I smiled and quickly added: “A blog

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28 Mar 2016

What Concerns Donald J. Trump with SMS Short Code?

[easy-tweet tweet=”SMS Short Code a Potent Mobile Marketing Tool.” user=”joshua_ajohnson” hashtags=”MobileJara”] Just wondering how much you know about SMS Short code and how it relates to your business success? Maybe Donald J. Trump’s use of an SMS Short code in his Presidential Campaign as a Republican aspirant will further expose

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26 Mar 2016

Owning Just A Business Shop Vs. Owning A Website

A business shop in this context is any hired or built business structure for an office for corporate activities… … or Mama Nkechi’s store. Usually what comes to mind when sourcing for a shop space is its commercial viability and easy accessibility. Thereafter you think about how well to brand

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23 Mar 2016

How company Staff Layoffs is Increasing Dependence on Surveillance Technology

With the persistent economic meltdown not just in Nigeria, most companies are already downsizing, laying-off several staffs, with management anticipation that a well harnessed, technology deployed process, can fill the vaccuum leaving them not to spend further on caring for the required human labour force. Corporate Organizations are Now Turning

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