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Why Is This Clown Hacking My Website?

You might be thinking that your website is safe from online hackers - that no one could possibly be interested in your data – security through obscurity. It’s a common myth that leaves countless website owners vulnerable to malicious hackers. The fact is, if you’re not taking proactive steps to thwart off would-be attacks, then you might as well be wearing a sign to the entire internet that says, “Please hack me!”  And when these attacks come, they can be devastating to your business…you could lose sensitive customer information, have your website taken offline, or be commandeered to run illegal, mischievous code against other websites.

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SEO – With the Switch to Mobile First Looming Around the Corner, Here’s What You Need to Know

In early 2016, Google announced that its search engine will make a switch to mobile first indexing, sending webmasters and SEO experts from all corners of the internet into a blogging frenzy. Yet after two years of pushbacks, it finally seems likely that mobile first will be rolled out near-term. If you’re anything like me, it can be hard to see the impact this change will have amidst all of the technical jargon. So to help you make sense of the switch, here’s a quick guide to what mobile first will mean for your web presence and your business.

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No Trolls Allowed – Just Great SharePoint Discussion Boards!

Discussion boards and online forums are intended to be reflective, forcing people to read other perspectives and thoughtfully consider a response in back-and-forth interaction and engagement. Anyone who has seen a comment section with a troll, spambot, or griefer disrupting the conversation knows that’s not always the case. However, a company SharePoint discussion board is a safe haven for timely and topical collaboration, and a great opportunity to share ideas.

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And the (SharePoint) Survey Says...

It’s a pretty safe bet that no one gets excited to see a survey from their management in their inbox, if only because we’ve been trained to dread surveys by constant exposure to bad ones. I think surveys can be very useful – what other options do you have, to get employee feedback, short of mind-reading? – but there is an epidemic of badly planned and formatted surveys making the rounds in corporate America.

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More Than Custom Emojis – What Polygram’s Facial Recognition Software Could Mean for Developers

I’m no social media junky, but even the most reclusive internet user would be hard pressed not to download Polygram. That’s because this budding social network has found a way to make emojis more, well, emotive. The secret? Facial recognition software, which harnesses your devices front-facing camera to generate emojis that match your expression. Kind of like this:

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