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Take a break from your hectic digital life
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Join us for a lunch on March 3, our speaker is Harvard graduate: Archana Jaiswal of ArchanaInternational.com. Her charitable project, OMhome, helps at-risk youth find meaningful work.

Archana will share powerful insights she learned from her recent 40 day silent retreat. Her talk is called: MIND ONE: How to Get Everything You Want, Sooner than You Think!

Details: http://mindone.eventbrite.ca/
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How to master mobile SEO in 2014
Forbes
The mobile trend is big and is going to continue getting bigger. It's one of the most common predictions about the changing world of business and communication. From strategic moves made by the big brands to the rise of smartphones, mobile has already taken a fair share of recent headlines. But in the midst of all the trendiness, the substance of "mobile" tends to be lost.
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Parents failing to protect children from online threats
The Telegraph
Millions of children are being exposed to a range of online threats at an increasingly young age, according to new figures, with less than half of parents using parental controls to block unsuitable material. Over the last year, 77 per cent of parents bought their children an internet-enabled device. However, parental controls available within anti-virus software, online or the device are only used by 45 per cent of parents, according to research by internet security company ESET to mark Safter Internet Day.
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Report: Distributors can be the nexus of cloud computing
CRN
A report into the effect cloud computing might have on distributors has concluded that the channel's middlemen should still be sorely needed by both VARs and vendors if they play their cards right in the next few years. A recent survey and whitepaper from industry body CompTIA finds that there is no reason why disties should not retain an important role in aggregation, hosting, and support of cloud services.
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Time is ripe for mobile analytics
Fierce Mobile IT
Now that many organizations have the front-end of their mobile applications squared away, it's time for them to look at the back-end of their mobile apps; specifically, mobile analytics. Mobile analytics is likely to be a focus for technology companies, as well. Recent acquisitions by Facebook and Twitter indicate mobile analytics could soon be part of the platforms' broader analytics offerings, noted Seshadri Krishnan, co-founder of location-based travel app Trip38, in an interview with Eye for Travel.

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How to master mobile SEO in 2014
Forbes
The mobile trend is big and is going to continue getting bigger. It's one of the most common predictions about the changing world of business and communication. From strategic moves made by the big brands to the rise of smartphones, mobile has already taken a fair share of recent headlines. But in the midst of all the trendiness, the substance of "mobile" tends to be lost.

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Try these alternatives for your landline phone service to save money
Calgary Herald
Landline phone service has been supplanted to some degree by cell phones, but there are some other alternatives that use VoIP (Voice over IP) to offer you a home phone with all the frills at a fraction of the cost of what a traditional vendor charges.

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IBM to spend $1.2 billion to expand cloud services
Reuters Canada
IBM said it will invest more than $1.2 billion to build up to 15 new data centers across five continents to expand its cloud services and reach new clients and markets. The new cloud centers will be in Washington D.C., Mexico City, Dallas, China, Hong Kong, London, Japan, India and Canada, with plans to expand in the Middle East and Africa in 2015.

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Facebook crowdsourcing gives lonely boy 1.4 million friends
Cnet News
Being 10-years-old is hard enough — and add in an isolating syndrome like Asperger's and making friends can be even more difficult. Such is the case of Colin. He is a 10-year-old boy who lives in Michigan and is on the lower end of the autism spectrum. Despite his efforts to make friends, he is usually made fun of and eats his lunch in the school office because other kids won't let him sit at their tables, according to his mother.
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Humans account for less than 40 per cent of global web traffic
Mashable
If you own or manage a website, you probably refer to analytics to track performance, and help you strategize. It may surprise you, however, that 61.5 per cent of all web traffic around the world comes from bots — both good and bad. According to a recent report from Incapsula, a cloud-based application delivery platform, less than 40 per cent of global web traffic comes from humans. In fact, 31 per cent of traffic comes from search engines and other "good bots," while the rest comes from malicious bots.
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Bolt for Android is a dialler replacement with VoIP aspirations
Mobile Syrup
That Bolt is launching first on Android speaks to the platform's strong modularity: default applications can be altered, and routines easily replaced. Bolt is what appears to be a simple dialler replacement, but the company has VoIP aspirations: calls to regular contacts made from the app will be routed through your carrier's voice service — those made to other Bolt users will use a higher-quality VoIP codec, available at no charge to the user base.
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