Posts Tagged“internet”

Pay per click, or PPC, is a form of advertising that can significantly increase the amount of traffic that comes to your website, often almost instantly. It also ensures that more of the traffic that comes to your site is relevant. However, you pay for every click that is made, which is why it is so important that you carefully choose the right keywords so you don’t end up paying for visitors that will never become customers. This is what a PPC management company can help you to achieve. They will create the perfect ads for you, ensuring your niche…

Did you know that you might be in the process of losing a ton of money, without even realizing it? This is why Exceptional Software Strategies has decided to make a key piece of information available that could potentially protect people from losing hundreds, even thousands of dollars. Essentially, their information may just help you to protect yourself from digital thieves. Exception Software Strategies on Online Software Protection A lot of companies now sell online software. They often don’t realize how much profit they miss out on because of cybercriminals. They are able to take income away from you in…

Small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) have learned to save money and to spread out technology expenses with “Software as a Service” (SaaS) subscriptions that store software applications in a cloud-based environment instead of on the SMB’s own servers. The growth of SaaS, however, has been matched and even surpassed by the expansion of “Crime as a Service” (CaaS), in which cyberthieves trade hacking tips and offer their data breach services for a fee over the dark web. Equifax’s recent hacking woes might lead an SMB to think that cyberthieves only target big businesses and leave SMBs alone. But the reality…

Image Source: https://cdn.pixabay.com/photo/2016/03/02/07/36/abstract-1231889_960_720.jpg Before we get into the difference between your standard ADSL & the new NBN we need to know exactly what the NBN is. NBN is short for the National Broadband Network. It is a government funded venture that was kicked off by the Australian Federal Government in 2009. Many internet providers have started to offer NBN coverage to those eligible. The National Broadband Network was conceived to bring super-fast high quality to most Australians. Initial figures suggest 93% of Australians could have access to NBN coverage with the remaining households on regular broadband. Many of these households…