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Noah Minskoff’s Bench to Bedside is Changing How Students See Business

Commissioned News Story (Source: University of Utah) The University of Utah’s Bench to Bedside program unites medical, engineering, and business students with the goal of creating new medical treatment products and teaching students “the value of multidisciplinary thinking.” Bench to Bedside is a competition, which was designed to introduce students to the world of medical device innovation. It was developed …

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Visual Studio 2013 Gets New Web Features

Microsoft recently announced Update 3 for the RTM version of Visual Studio 2013, which includes some new features and fixes some bugs. In Microsoft ASP.NET and Web Tools 2013.3, they added scaffolding support for ASP.NET 5.2 technologies (MVC, Web API). Scaffolding correctly detects what are new versions of NuGet packages that a project is using. If it’s still using ASP.NET …

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HGST and NEC Launch PCIe SSD Appliance for Microsoft SQL Server

Western Digital’s HGST and NEC announced a PCIe SSD Appliance for Microsoft SQL Server built on NEC Express 5800 and HGST FlashMAX II PCIe server-mounted flash storage. The appliance is aimed at boosting performance and reducing total cost of ownership by cutting rack space and power requirements. It offers twice the computer power of the previous generation 4CPU platform in …

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Agora Financial Gives the Lowdown on the Hottest Stocks of 2014 So Far

Commissioned News Story (Source: Agora Financial) Everybody wants to know the secret to picking the hottest stocks. Believe it or not, it takes some research to figure it out. Otherwise everybody would be rich. When it comes to this year’s hottest stocks, Go Pro and Keurig Coffee are among the biggest winners so far. Agora Financial has been informing investors …

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A Tax Lien from the IRS Can Damage Your Credit: Wall & Associates Explains

Commissioned News Story (Source: Wall & Associates) A federal tax lien is a hold placed on one’s personal property when that person fails to make a tax payment. It’s a claim held against your property by the US government for neglecting to pay a tax debt. A lien attaches to all of your assets, including property, securities, and vehicles, as …

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Zend Takes PHP App Platform To Amazon Web Services

PHP company Zend announced that it’s delivering its PHP application platform as an Amazon Web Services (AWS) advanced cloud service through the AWS Marketplace. This, the company says, will empower app developers to develop better apps fastel, deploy them continuously, and scale them indefinitely. “Today’s businesses must deliver quality applications efficiently and effectively to innovate and succeed, and much of …

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Want to Completely Disconnect on Your Next Vacation? Take a Trip with Holiday Cruise Line

Commissioned News Story (Source: Holiday Cruise Line) Web professionals move pretty fast. The entire world is available 24-7 at the click of a mouse. Naturally, completely disconnecting on vacation would be a challenge but the best way to be provided with enough stimuli to do just that is on a cruise. With endless amounts of on-board activities and opportunities to …

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A Look At WebDrive For Windows 12 From South River Technologies


South River Technologies has a new version of its WebDrive product for Windows – version 12, which adds support for Windows Surface Pro II. WebDrive is a file access client that maps a network drive to remote servers such as SFTP, FTP, WebDAV and cloud servers. This enables users to access and edit these files directly, using their desktop applications. …

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Brian Carr on Bringing New Marketing Trends to Life for Brands

Since the dawn of marketing, all businesses have been trying to do the same thing, get a potential customer’s eyes on their brand, and keep their brand in front of them. Modern marketing may have started with a booth at fairs, print ads in newspapers, and 30-second TV spots, but today’s advertising is very different. The Internet requires a vastly …

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How the Web is Trying to Catch Global Discovery Vacations in the Connection Game

Commissioned News Story (Source: Global Discovery Vacations) Some travel clubs and agencies are trying to better connect with their customers as the explosion of digital technology and social media have removed some of the personal interaction from the travel-planning experience. Even still, popular travel sites are trying to find a way to reproduce the lost person-to-person interaction. Expedia, for example, …

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Richard Crenian Sees Foreign Interest in Canadian Real Estate as Valid

Commissioned News Story (Source: ReDev Properties Ltd) 2014 has heralded a period of growing interest in Canadian real estate from foreign investors. In fact, this attention toward Canada’s market is said to be growing exponentially, mainly due to Canada’s relatively stable economy. While the rest of the world has struggled through a prolonged recession, Canadian banks and capital markets have …

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History of SEO: Evolve or Die. 24 years in 4 minutes.

Remember when Netscape Navigator and Ask Jeeves ruled the roost? Here’s a 4 minute throwback of how search engines have changed in the last 24 years. Learn how smart marketers figured out how to evolve with the changes. Courtesy of Customer Magnetism

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