Does Your Website Designer Know Anything About SEO?

Does Your Website Designer Know Anything About SEO?

When you had your website designed, did your design contractor ask you for a list of keywords? I should hope so, and you would have given them a list of keywords or small phrases which related to your business, products and services. From your perspective, this all sounds pretty normal and from all the research you have done on prospective website designers and your new website, this seems like the right question to get you to the top of Google. It’s all about keywords right?? Well as far as on-page SEO (search engine optimisation) is...

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Fancy Facebook Profile & Cover Picture Template Tutorial

Fancy Facebook Profile & Cover Picture Template Tutorial

At the end of March this year Facebook upgraded the layout of all Fan Pages to the new timeline layout. For social marketers and owners of Facebook fan pages, this was a revelation, as it gave them the ability to give their fan pages much more visual customisation to improve the look, feel and user experience on their pages. The initial fan page layout included a 125px by 125px profile picture inset, inside the cover photo. With some fancy Photoshop work, it was possible to include the profile picture into the cover photo, giving an eye...

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Install a Remote Desktop Services SSL Certificate

Install a Remote Desktop Services SSL Certificate

Understanding how to install an SSL certificate from an Enterprise Certificate Authority (CA) for Remote Desktop Services seems to be a challenge. More often than not, a server running Remote Desktop Services, or Terminal Services does not have IIS installed, which makes certificate request a little more challenging. After much reading and research we have discovered the quickest and easiest way to request and install a SSL Certificate form an Enterprise CA. Using the certreq.exe command from the command line of Windows 2008 or Windows 2008...

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Take your Business Accounts to the Cloud

Take your Business Accounts to the Cloud

Over recent months the team at AUS-IP Services have successfully implemented SecurApps cloud services for numerous clients, empowering them with their business accounting systems in the cloud. In all of these cases the clients required access to their accounting systems from numerous geographic locations, not only local but interstate and overseas. In normal circumstances such a solution would require the installation and configuration of an onsite terminal server with a starting price no less than $10,000. Such a solution would then be...

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Accidental Data Deletion – Anyone Can Do It

Accidental Data Deletion – Anyone Can Do It

You must backup your data routinely otherwise you will pay the price. This is a problem that could have been effortlessly rectified had an online data backup service been in place or ultimately, a hosted Microsoft Exchange service. I received an urgent telephone call from a client today. She had inadvertently deleted a folder within her outlook PST file. The folder in question was an extremely important folder with all correspondence associated with a specific email account. This email account is the principal account for an additional company...

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Benefits of Hosted Exchange 2010 in Comparison with Hosted Exchange 2007 Environments

Benefits of Hosted Exchange 2010 in Comparison with Hosted Exchange 2007 Environments

Microsoft Exchange 2010 has moved ahead, leaps and bounds since the times of Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003. Exchange 2007 presented us with a new advanced administration interface and started the phasing out of Public Folders. Exchange 2007 furthermore opened the doors for ASP and cloud services providers to be able to deliver Microsoft Exchange as a hosted environment. Exchange 2010 is Microsoft’s latest advancement in the Exchange Server suite and has many more advancements and refinements which in turn benefit managed exchange vendors...

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