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How to Create an Infographic with Canva

Infographic with Canva: one of the best ways to display statistics and data in formats that are readable and engaging for your audience to share your content on social media. The good thing is, you don’t need to be a great graphic designer or work with one to create a fantastic infographic. Not when you…

Top Things You Can Do with Google Assistant with Just Your Phone

Google Assistant is one of the coolest features on Android! It’s an Artificial Intelligence engineered voice assistant able to do anything from telling you the weather to answering questions and even point you in the right direction. As you can tell, this Android-based assistant can be super useful for smartphones. Let’s see some of the…

Docker In A Nutshell

At a Glance Docker In A Nutshell is a quick guide to the most commonly used Docker commands in everyday use. Using git you can share your source code. Using Docker you can share your infrastructure. For this reason, Docker is a must-have tool for every development team. Docker is written in the Go (golang)…

AWS vs Azure: Which Cloud Platform Should You Learn First?

Cloud computing has taken the center stage in the IT world in recent years. If you are a budding developer with big ambitions to catch on the latest trends and technologies, you might have already felt the impetus to jump into the bandwagon of cloud computing and learn one of the leading cloud platforms. But…

7 Common Facebook Ad Mistakes

Did you know that an average Facebook user clicks on 11 ads per month? According to Facebook ad statistics, average price of Facebook Ads decreased by 6% while the overall Facebook ad impressions increased by 37% in 2019. This makes Facebook advertising a lucrative channel for online marketers. Combine that with its massive, diverse, and…

How to Negotiate the Best Way on Video Conferencing

In recent years, professionals are meeting more and more online. In 2020, governmental restrictions in response to COVID-19 have made online meetings a necessity. Negotiation skills training can prepare you to achieve better results online. As video conferencing gains popularity, here are some online negotiation tips to boost your results. Prepare in Advance Whether in…

Everything you Need to Know about Web Hosting Software and Control Panels

Web hosting is required for any business to make sure that anyone using the Internet can have access to their website. There are several aspects businesses need to know more about hosting, different packages offered by such services, etc. There are several aspects that anyone using web hosting needs to know, but not every information…

5 Collaboration Tools for Online Teams

Collaboration tools have increased remote work over the last decade. The coronavirus pandemic has had a tremendous impact on how people see business and remote work trends. With cases raising at such a fast face in the U.S. alone, businesses are taking other initiatives into keeping workers determined to stay productive. One of the most…

Lsyncd: An Easy Way For Live Synchronization Of Directories On Linux

Lsyncd (Live Syncing Daemon) is a light-weight live mirror solution between two directories. It uses rsync and ssh. Custom configuration profiles can be written in the Lua language (see example below). Lsyncd home page is available here. It is also available from a GitHub repository. Setup Setup on Debian/Ubuntu sudo apt-get install lsyncd Setup on…

How To Easily Create SSH Tunnels And Why You Should

What Is An SSH Tunnel SSH tunneling is a method to create a secure connection between a local computer and a remote server over SSH. It is a kind of Port forwarding via SSH. Since the traffic is encrypted it is quite safe to connect with a restricted server to manage a database or use…

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