Archive for September, 2017
Does your company have a successful digital marketing strategy? There are a lot of steps that go into setting up marketing plan that will benefit for your company. It?s not a simple process that can be implemented and work on the first try. Instead, it usually requires hiring a digital marketing agency to help handle the logistics. From setting up a content marketing plan, to web design improvement, to social media marketing, each step is essential to really take advantage of the opportunity to grow and expand through online marketing.
Interested in learning more about all the various components of a complete digital marketing plan? Keep reading for more information about the s
You did not need any kind of scientific sentiment analysis to decode the message that you read on social media the day of your daughter’s birthday.
When your daughter’s ex-boyfriend’s mother posted about making time for those that you care about, the message was clear. She was not happy with the break up, and while you have never really found out who initiated the split, the following message was a pretty strong indicator that much of the blame is being put on your daughter:
Never force people to be in your life. There’s only room for those that want to be in your life, and you make time only for those that want to be. Do not take the time for the ones that make excuses for not being able to be in your life.
Kind of subtle, kind of not, the message posted on the day when your daughter would h
Bridges are an afterthought to most Americans. We get in a car, ride a bus, or relax on a train and head over all types of bridges without thinking about it. We cross railroad bridges, pedestrian bridges, and highway bridges all the time, but how often do we even consider the structural integrity of these engineering marvels? Rarely, right? We should probably reconsider.
There are an estimated 600,000 bridges in the United States. They are, on average, 42 years old. Furthermore, an estimated 11% of them are structurally deficient. If nobody used those 60,000+ deficient bridges, that wouldn’t be a big deal: If
How we accumulate our data is important, but how we organize it even more so. Time is money, after all, and you can end up wasting a lot of both when you fail to keep all your equipment where it needs to be. This goes triply so for data centers that rely on the constant accumulation of information on a regular basis. Even a minor slip-up can mean thousands of dollars wasted. A good data rack should be able to accomplish all the basics in one convenient package, from providing a convenient space to store all your equipment as well as proper ventilation to keep said equipment from heating up. Anything less is a waste of your time.
Let’s take a look at IT rack sizes and how you can reap the benefits of cold aisle containment with minimal effort.