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Key terms for data entry work
Data entry is a huge field these days. Professional data entry workers can work in all kinds of businesses, from medical facilities and ...
- Article By J. Stoltzfus
- – November 7, 2011
Keyboarding speed, computer software experience and organizational skills are essential to data entry services
Data entry workers can be found in different fields ranging from office administration to medical to computer programming. The need for ...
- Article By Deneatra Harmon
- – May 4, 2011
Businesses and their employees need to be aware of what could cause a data breach how to mitigate the risks of these malicious attacks.
- Article By Carol Evenson
- – September 29, 2016
Data Recovery First Aid: 3 tips to increase your chances of success
Let’s get to the important part first - if you’ve just lost your data, skip past this introduction and go directly to our ...
- Article By Sergey Petrov
- – September 20, 2010
Mobile Apps and Their Ability to Obtain Data
It's time to think about using mobile technology (apps) to gather data to move your business forward in 2016. Here's how.
- Article By Deborah Anderson
- – June 6, 2016
Cyber attacks can leave companies in ruins, especially SMBs that don't have the ability to recover. Here are 9 tools to protect your data.
- Article By Melissa Thompson
- – April 16, 2015
Get assistance in finding entry level jobs
Entry level jobs are ideal for recent graduates or current students looking for experience in their chosen field. Entry level ...
- Article By Auden Johnson
- – January 8, 2011
Do-it-yourself data centers design for smaller businesses
Data centers are notoriously high-cost energy-hogs. A growing number of information technology servers now power a large range of ...
- Article By Elliot Feldman
- – October 2, 2011
You may not like planning for the worst, but it's essential to have a disaster recovery plan in place for your valuable business data.
- Article By Christina Comben
- – September 21, 2016
Improve the bottom line with data clustering services
Computer data clustering techniques—including k-means and expectation maximization clustering—automate data reporting and ...
- Article By Cheryl Bridges
- – June 24, 2011