Are You Ready?


There are still some who are not confident in using the internet. Some may think that since you need to be a “techie” on this field, you have to have other criteria to use the web space. In reality, all you need to control is patience for searching the best answers to your query especially if you are given numerous results. The advancement has certainly affect everyone’s life. It may be for the good or not but whatever it is, we have to be adaptable to changes to keep up with all the information we need to know. And yes, you don’t need to be a “techie” person in order to use the web.

The Need For Anti-Virus


We know for the fact that the Internet has become our daily guide. To keep ourselves from worrying if we have acquired or gotten some viruses whether from the sites that we checked or files that we downloaded, it is best to ensure that we have installed a reliable anti-virus software. True enough, we will be getting our money’s worth over time since it would be more costly for our part if our computer or laptop will be infected with the viruses around. As they say, it is best to be safe from the start and find a prevention rather than it’s too late.

Compliance and Oracle’s Identity Manager


Oracle recently released its latest version of its software, Identity Manager. For those who are new to this, it’s a user provisioning and administration software application that enables companies to update, upgrade, and add or remove user accounts from other applications and directories. Oracle states that the latest version of Identity Manager improves compliance since it provides “granular” reports which identified which users has access to specific data and other pertinent and sensitive information – which has always been a challenge for companies who wish to meet “regulatory mandates such as Sarbanes-Oxley, FFIEC and PCI.”

SOURCE: Internetnews

Twitter Glitch


On Thursday a technical problem occurred on Twitter that got majority of the members having an internet “drama” moment. The report said that users received a flood of password reset emails raising concerns that an attack on the company had compromised several accounts. The company did not immediately commented on the issue but they did post a statement on its status blog. “We apologize for any inconvenience or confusion this may have caused” No major harm was done and everything was taken care of after.

Twitter is a famous online social networking site that began in 2006. It allows users to post and read text-based messages of up to 140 characters, known as “tweets” In 2012, there is atleast 500 million active users around the world, with a record of 340 million tweets a day. It has been dubbed as sms for internet. People can also post photos, videos and links on their account. Famous people use this site like Lady Gaga, Justine Beiber and Ashton Kutcher.

SMM and SEO: bridging the gap?

The world of search is a complicated and rapidly changing place. It is impossible to settle into a groove if you wish to be successful in a sustainable fashion. As soon as a strategy is working well, the launch of new technology means that the strategy has to be adapted. If a tactic is proving very successful, chances are that the search engines will eventually consider it too manipulative and categorise it as unethical. This means that flexibility is absolutely pivotal in this area. Failure to adapt with sufficient alacrity leads to a site being outperformed by its rivals.

At we are conscious of the need to research and monitor developments in the exciting and dynamic sphere of search. Our tailored social media campaigns pay heed to the unique characteristics of the sites we drive forward, while we always respect the need to change tack in the light of alterations in the external environment.


Internet meltdown?


Is this even possible? According to The Business Roundtable which is an association of CEO�s of established US companies, the threat is �urgent and real.� The breakdown of such critical information infrastructure has a 10 to 20% chance of happening in the next ten years. This can be a result of many incidences. It can be natural such as calamities or even man-made disasters such as malicious codes, code errors, or terrorist attacks.

The group also stated that an Internet meltdown, if it would ever happen, will result in reduced productivity. Profits will fall as well as stock prices. Consumer spending will erode and a liquidity crisis has a big possibility of happening. This was also discussed in �Growing Business Dependence on the Internet � New Risks Require CEO Action� � a Business Roundtable report based on earlier risk analyses done by the World Economic Forum in Geneva.

Source: ComputerWorld

FireFox 3.5 Almost

firefox35The popular web browser from Mozilla is almost close to a full release pending the resolution of problems that have surfaced during the release of the current release candidate. Release candidates can be seen as prototypes that may look much like the final release version in many ways but is more for diagnostic and beta-testing purposes. Some versions once installed can be upgraded online through the internet where the full-blown release will be available, changing parts of the program that were changed during final release. There have been quite a lot of bugs that have surfaced which may push back the release date a bit, scheduled for early June. (more…)

SharePoint 2010 Multi-lingual User Interface

Multi-lingual User Interface—the name says it all! Isn’t it? Yes, SharePoint Server 2010 has introduced the Multi-lingual User Interface (MUI), which is available with every type of site—even the SharePoint Server Central Administration site. The Multi-lingual User Interface should not be considered as a translating tool, instead it is tool that allows users to select a display language for a site and then display the Site title and description, SharePoint out-of-the-box menus and actions, Out-of-the-box columns, Custom columns (list or site), Navigation bar links, and Managed Metadata services in different languages.

In order to use the Multi-lingual User Interface, you should install the language pack on your server. After you install the necessary language packs you will have the option to enable the multilingual user interface on a per site basis using site settings. Once you enable alternate languages, users will see a language picker control in the top right of the page where they can switch the site to the language of their choice. Even SharePoint Foundation 2010 enjoys this feature.

Below given parts of the SharePoint user interface are actually impacted by the Multi-lingual User Interface:
* All the standard SharePoint user interface elements are translated
* Navigation menu’s also support multilingual scenario’s with the MUI – if you switch your language and translate specific menu nodes in your navigation – these changes are language specific
* The headings for list columns
* The managed metadata field type also supports multilingual scenarios.
Note that the English language is used for the following out-of-the-box labels: Site Actions, Browse, Page, Home, Libraries, Lists, Discussions, Recycle Bin, All Site Content.

Take advantage of SharePoint Multi-lingual Interface and other features included in SharePoint family of products including Microsoft SharePoint 2007, SharePoint Server 2010, SharePoint Foundation, and associated free SharePoint templates and web parts.

Video Revolution will Need Faster Internet Connections

One thing we have noticed in the past years is that media has been offered aggressively towards demanding people who want to get them first hand on the web. Sites such as Youtube and Metaface have taken on the challenge but if you will notice, they are not as fine as we would see on normal TV broadcasts.

Internet connection is the main reason for these choppy connections and with bigger data needed to allow people to see them, expect upgrades in providing faster and reliable connection on the web in the coming years. With that in mind, expect as well new media to be served on the web.

So as you can see, it is a cat and mouse thing. Improve your service to open new gateways for innovation. That’s just how it works.

Online Purchases — Part II


Some are just joining the bandwagon in using online purchasing. And since they want to join the fad, they tend to forget the other conditions like shipping information, other taxes, and so on. If this is the scenario, before trying to purchase it in the web, at least have the patience to review the terms and conditions. In this way, you are not only aware with the procedures but also the online store rules that you might use later on. Online Purchasing is a journey, so be sure to enjoy every step that you make to ensure that this has become your user friendly site.