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Why Linkedin Is Not a Social Network Any More

Analysts say that it’s more of a traditional jobs site than a social network. Indeed, many people spend time rejecting “I’d like to connect” invitations from total strangers. "It’s not a social network at all,” says +Jeremy Roberts, SPHR   , editor of @Sourcecon , a blog and conference series for recruiters
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Generally hard to tell what is real and what's inflated (like some of the resumes I've seen over time). But I do visit once in awhile to visit pages of people I know but don't see it as much as a social site.
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Buffett called Google’s business model “incredible” and intimated that he also believed the company had a sizable moat.
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As the nation struggles to deal with the devastation of a magnitude 7.8 earthquake that has left more than 4,000 people dead, information about survivors, those still in danger and what resources are needed is in high demand. Tech and telecom companies are stepping up to offer much needed services. From Apple to Viber, each has something a little bit different to offer
Tech and telecom companies stepped up with much needed services. Facebook and Google offered tools to help those in the region let family and friends know they're OK. Other firms cut calling costs.
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Can free Wi-Fi generate enough sales or improve the ROI? Can it improve the entire business process, or is it just a sales practice? Is it really a worthy investment? The questions are aplenty and so in this article, I will explain why businesses should offer free Wi-Fi and how it can benefit them. Let’s take a look at them now. #marketing  
According to a survey by Acquity Group, a part of Accenture Interactive, 50% of smartphone owners that participated in the survey acknowledged that they would most likely make a large purchase when free in-store Wi-Fi is available, while 20% said they would spend longer time in the store. In another survey by Hotel Chatter, a daily web magazine, 38% of customers said they would avoid hotels that do not offer Wi-Fi and would book elsewhere. This s...
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In its early days, Wi-Fi was considered a simple fad, but with the advent of wireless technology, it has started gaining immense popularity in recent days. So, what we can expect in 2015? Will the technology evolve even more? Will more businesses utilize the power of Wi-Fi for customer engagement and acquisition? Here is my top three predictions.Please feel free to share your prediction as well #WiFi  
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In its early days, Wi-Fi was considered a simple fad, but with the advent of wireless technology, it has started gaining immense popularity in recent days. So, what we can expect in 2015? Will the technology evolve even more? Will more businesses utilize the power of Wi-Fi for customer engagement and acquisition? Here is my top three predictionshttp://bit.ly/1HVRxC9
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With the tremendous success of the Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system and the special liking users have shown toward its material design, Android lovers have become very excited about what Google could bring to the table with its next Android version. Android M OS may be introduced to the world on the second day of the event.
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Microsoft is considering options to manufacture handsets in India after the government made it more expensive to import mobile phones, a top official said
Microsoft is considering options to manufacture handsets in India after the government made it more expensive to import mobile phones.
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Back in 2012's third quarter Microsoft commercial cloud revenue was $254m, with Amazon Web Services (AWS) ahead at $530m. In the first quarter of 2015 AWS revenues totaled $1.566bn, with Microsoft nudging ahead for the first time at $1.575bn. So that'll be Office 365 and other online services propping up Microsoft's Azure cloud numbers
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With plans to launch in various US cities in Georgia, Utah, and North Carolina in 2016, Google Fiber has clearly thrown down the gauntlet for traditional broadband companies. With increased competition from Google Fiber, the older ISPs have improved their service levels significantly in various cities of the US. Google’s decision to expand its fiber network across the US is a result of its commitment to making 1Gbps Internet connections commonplace in American homes, and it has already started new city rollouts
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In its early days, Wi-Fi was considered a simple fad, but with the advent of wireless technology, it has started gaining immense popularity in recent days. So, what we can expect in 2015? Will the technology evolve even more? Will more businesses utilize the power of Wi-Fi for customer engagement and acquisition? Here is my top three predictions.Please feel free to share your prediction as well #WiFi  
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In its early days, Wi-Fi was considered a simple fad, but with the advent of wireless technology, it has started gaining immense popularity in recent days. So, what we can expect in 2015? Will the technology evolve even more? Will more businesses utilize the power of Wi-Fi for customer engagement and acquisition? Here is my top three predictions.Please feel free to share your prediction as well #wifi  
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