TekknowledgeCast: May 30, 2013 – Chris Wells on WP Security

Every Thursday, Newtek Technology Services’ marketing team takes to the studio to lay down some serious discussion about current technology trends, products, services … among other things. This week, we benefit from the advice of expert guest Chris Wells (Associate VP of Technology Services at Newtek) who shares some great ideas about how to quickly [...]

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Cyberwarfare’s a Battlefield

Okay. So we didn’t break this story and we aren’t necessarily sure what they are talking about; specifically, where this is whole thing is going or how it will ultimately be applied. But, it is interesting. Oh yeah, it’s interesting alright.
Okay, okay. I will explain. It seems that the infamous DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects [...]

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A Newtek Minute With: Tom De Bellis and Paolo Mugnaini

We always knew we had some incredibly talented customers, and it becomes more and more evident with each new interview. This month is no different. We spoke with Tom De Bellis of 906 Interactive and Paolo Mugnaini of SmartLite Software, who shared some insight into their unique businesses, and some of their own personal tips for success.

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Technically Speaking With…Adrienne Cregar Jandler

This month’s “Technically Speaking With” column provides an in-depth discussion with Adrienne Cregar Jandler, owner of Atlantic Webworks, based out of Greensboro, NC. Check out the interview to get insider types about ColdFusion and other web development tricks of the trade.

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New Year’s Resolutions for the Small Business Owner

I came across this article discussing New Year’s resolutions for the small business owner. The collective list is incredibly insightful given the current economic climate and the rebuilding goals for the New Year.

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Be A Hero To Your Clients: Avoid The Oregon Trail

The Oregon Trail was a learning staple for any child of the 80’s. Perhaps, even in adulthood and the world of ecommerce, there are still lessons to be learned.

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Benchmarking Visual Studio Performance: One Developer’s Experience, Part I

Everyone who has worked with the Visual Studio IDE knows that it is a bit of a resource hog, and that it is always a good idea to have the best hardware you can afford to run it. One developer embarks on a quest to improve overall performance, chronicling his every step along the way…

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To Blog or Not to Blog…

It’s been said time and time again by just about every social media guru out there. If you adopt ONE form of social media, start a company blog. Are you a good blogger candidate?

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Do Clothes (or Apps) Make the Man?

Feathers have been ruffled this week in the highly competitive mobile device world, positioning the iPhone and the Droid in a head-on battle. The burning question of the moment? Do applications make the device, or is success based more on the platform itself?

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Twitter…what’s the point?

Oh Twitter. Talk about an acquired taste. Some things in life are so incredibly easy to love immediately (for me, the Mocha Freeze at Dutch Brothers), while others take a little more patience and time, and in the case of Twitter – a bit of peer pressure.

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