Four Non-Obvious Writing Mistakes Every IT Professional Should Avoid

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Techprohub is committed to helping IT decision makers and professionals get the latest research. But while you are learning and writing about advanced tech such as cloud computing, virtualization, mobility, and other emerging trends, did you know you could be doing it incorrectly? Just as a stray character can mess up an entire string of code, so

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Four Ways to Determine if a Cloud Computing Service is Good for Your Company

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Cloud platforms are gaining popularity among companies looking to increase efficiency, agility, and revenue.  Small and med-sized businesses are the most agile and able to adopt cloud technologies most easily, but big businesses today are also switching many of their operations to the cloud. The cloud offers a company the ability to access a wide variety

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Four ways you can’t afford not to use the Cloud

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Many businesses are finding themselves at a crossroads, torn between maintaining their current,  on-site networking solutions, and making the switch to off-site solutions in the cloud. While it may seem easier to just maintain your current setup, it would benefit you and your business exponentially to take the plunge into the cloud for your file

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Four Amazing Features of Microsoft Word 2013

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What do you wish you could change in Microsoft Word 2010? If you deal with PDF contracts all day long then you probably wish there was an easy way to make changes without having to pay Adobe a monthly fee to convert PDFs in Word docs.  If you’re a blogger, who writes their first drafts

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The State of the CIO in 2014

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Back in early 2013 Gartner research projected that by 2017, CMOs were on track to end up with larger IT budgets than CIOs. Clearly this is not the trend we are seeing today as we believe CIO influence continues to grow rather than shrink. We simply need to take a quick look into todays Cloud Computing

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Four Questions to Ask Before Adopting Open Source Software

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The appeal of open source is clear to most companies: getting software that you can use for free should improve the bottom line. But while there are plenty of incredibly useful pieces of open source software out there, IT professionals can’t adopt them without some previous consideration. There are four key questions that you should

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Four Ways to Take Advantage of Cloud Computing

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Four Ways to Take Advantage of Cloud Computing Cloud computing has become the undisputed future of IT services. Despite a slow start and concerns over security, there is no competing with the cost, ease, and efficiency provided by cloud-based services as opposed to traditional, local physical systems. Today, we will take a look at four ways

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Four Benefits of Private Branch Exchange Systems

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We all now that landline systems have become dinosaurs, but what are businesses using in today’s digital age? One common upgrade that a whole lot of businesses have already made is to new IP Private Branch Exchange or PBX designs that replaced analog landline systems, especially multiline systems and local offices. Here are some of

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Two Signs You Should Invest in Cloud Computing Data Security

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Now that the cloud is sweeping the enterprise, it’s time to reevaluate your security strategy. A secure cloud deployment depends in large part on data security, which demands a different set of skills and solutions than traditional, on-premises infrastructure security. Here are two signs you should invest in cloud computing data security. 1. You’re using,

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Four Benefits of Application-Aware Networking

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The phenomenon of application-aware networking is giving network administrators more control over the various software programs and services that work within a larger enterprise network Application-aware networking, which is based on the fundamental idea of intelligent networking and a software defined network, allows for more monitoring of individual programs within the network environment. This is

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