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What Is IBM Tivoli
IBM TSM IBM Tivoli is an enterprise advanced back up, storage, and
archiving solution. Learn how IBM Tivoli can assist you with safeguarding and
securing your business. (IBM TSM) IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (IBM TSM) is best
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Benefits and features of the #opensource, multi/cross #mobile development platform #Tizen #SDK for #smartdevices, #wearables, in-vehicle devices, and #smarthome devices for #IOT.
http://online-newswire.blogspot.com/2016/08/tizen-sdk-features-and-benefits.html
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Microsoft Active Directory
Microsoft Active Directory AD Multi Domain Management  General Overview of Microsoft's Active Directory Service What is Microsoft Active Directory?  Microsoft Active Directory (Ad or AD DS), is a suite of directory based services used in Microsoft Windows d...
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Find Out the Basics of #GoogleWebmaster Tools a.k.a. #Google #SearchConsole and How It Can Increase Productivity With Your #SEO Strategies and Organic #Searchengineoptimization #Marketing Campaigns...

http://online-newswire.blogspot.com/2016/08/google-webmaster-tools-aka-google.html

+Google Webmasters
What is Google Webmaster Tools a.k.a. Google Search Console? Google Webmaster Tools/ Google Search Console is a user friendly application created and powered by Google that assists website owners with managing the on site S...
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What is the difference between #AR vs. #VR?
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between AR systems virtual reality systems> If so,please read on in this general article I posted on AR vs. VR

http://online-newswire.blogspot.com/2016/08/ar-vs-vr-what-is-difference.html

+GoogleGlass +OculusRift +EON +Lyteshot +Foursquare +PokemonGo

#AR #VR #augmentedreality #virtualreality #GoogleGlass #Lyteshot #EON #PokemonGo
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In Need of #PPC Services? Let MarketVertise Help! ROI driven #payperclick #advertising and PPC #marketing services
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Tizen SDK Features and Benefits
Tizen SDK For those of you who do not know, Tizen SDK is mobile application development platform that is used in a wide range of mobile, smart device, Smart TV, in vehicle entertainment, blue ray players, smart home appliances, and wearable technologies. Ti...
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What is Nano Tech?
Nanotechnology- What is Nanotechnology? NanoTechnology Definition-Nanotechnology, also known as "NanoTech", is the process and capability to change, control, and alter atoms, molecules, and supra-molecules. Where science, engineering, and technology meet. W...
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Google Webmaster Tools a.k.a. Google Search Console
What is Google Webmaster Tools a.k.a. Google Search Console? Google Webmaster Tools/ Google Search Console is a user friendly application created and powered by Google that assists website owners with managing the on site SEO (search engine optimization)asp...
What is Google Webmaster Tools a.k.a. Google Search Console? Google Webmaster Tools/ Google Search Console is a user friendly application created and powered by Google that assists website owners with managing the on site S...
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AR vs. VR- What is the Difference?
AR vs. VR What is the Difference Between Augmented Reality Systems and Virtual Reality Systems? Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) Explained Augmented Reality Definition- Augmented reality can easily
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Was wondering when +Facebook  was going to get around to this... With #Atlas   , integration of programmatic #adnetworks   , mass #Mediabuys   , and the personalized #crossdevice   audience data #FB   has in their control will most certainly be a big hit among #marketers, #advertisers   , #publishers, and #affiliates   alike. #Marketing #DigitalMarketing #Advertising #Ads +Jon Loomer 
Facebook lead ads are being rolled out, allowing marketers to easily collect leads. Updates include desktop, carousel, video and CRM integration.
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Hey everyone, I just wanted to take the time to let everyone know about Boost Mobile Express stores in central Florida, more specifically in the #DaytonaBeach / #HollyHill area. I purchased a #VirginMobile #Mingle #wifi hotspot from these guys around Feb.18 2015. After spending damn near 2-3 days trying to get the device set up with Virgin mobile, they came to the conclusion the device and battery were broken. I went ahead and returned the device on Feb. 23rd to the #HollyHillFL #BoostMobile Express, and much to my chagrin, I was forced to pay a $25 restocking fee on the broken item. I met there deadline of returning an item before the 24th of any month to receive my refund from the"corporate" office the following month. It is now Sept. 1st and I have still yet to receive my refund! I have spoken with the salesperson Ryan numerous times in regards to this matter. I was then forwarded over to the manager David, whom I also spoke with numerous times over the phone and via email. David escalated the problem to one of the owners of the company, of which, obviously did not help the issue at all as I am still awaiting my refund. I gave all of them my information. I was supposed to receive a check in the mail, of which never came. Then after several months I was informed the money was all refunded to my credit card, of which, I did not see anything come through. Long story short, I was charged a restocking fee for a broken device (as stated by #VirginMobile), and I have been waiting for over 6 months for my refund. As we all know, these days things are made to break, things you buy brand new are all to frequently faulty or broken from the start, and now us as consumers have to foot the bill via restocking fees. Now I understand the processes of refunds. There is overhead involved, there are merchant processing fees that have to be paid, there are the hours of all employees involved in the refund process, etc. When something is broken one would think that the company that sold it to them would do anything they could to resolve the issue at hand in a rapid fashion as to negate the possibility of bad reviews being posted. This would also keep the customer happy as well as empowering them to spread the positive word about their business experience. Word of mouth is still the most powerful form of marketing and advertising. These guys make no sense what so ever. The amount of money I am owed is peanuts compared to what they will most definitely lose in business from negative "word of mouth" along with the negative reviews that will be posted as well. I tried calling probably 30+ times, written 30+ emails, and have yet to see anything. Buyers Beware!!!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Hey everyone, I just wanted to take the time to let everyone know about Boost Mobile Express stores in central Florida, more specifically in the #DaytonaBeach / #HollyHill area. I purchased a #VirginMobile #Mingle #wifi hotspot from these guys around Feb.18 2015. After spending damn near 2-3 days trying to get the device set up with Virgin mobile, they came to the conclusion the device and battery were broken. I went ahead and returned the device on Feb. 23rd to the #HollyHillFL #BoostMobile Express, and much to my chagrin, I was forced to pay a $25 restocking fee on the broken item. I met there deadline of returning an item before the 24th of any month to receive my refund from the"corporate" office the following month. It is now Sept. 1st and I have still yet to receive my refund! I have spoken with the salesperson Mike numerous times in regards to this matter. I was then forwarded over to the manager David, whom I also spoke with numerous times over the phone and via email. David escalated the problem to one of the owners of the company, of which, obviously did not help the issue at all as I am still awaiting my refund. I gave all of them my information. I was supposed to receive a check in the mail, of which never came. Then after several months I was informed the money was all refunded to my credit card, of which, I did not see anything come through. Long story short, I was charged a restocking fee for a broken device (as stated by #VirginMobile), and I have been waiting for over 6 months for my refund. As we all know, these days things are made to break, things you buy brand new are all to frequently faulty or broken from the start, and now us as consumers have to foot the bill via restocking fees. Now I understand the processes of refunds. There is overhead involved, there are merchant processing fees that have to be paid, there are the hours of all employees involved in the refund process, etc. When something is broken one would think that the company that sold it to them would do anything they could to resolve the issue at hand in a rapid fashion as to negate the possibility of bad reviews being posted. This would also keep the customer happy as well as empowering them to spread the positive word about their business experience. Word of mouth is still the most powerful form of marketing and advertising. These guys make no sense what so ever. The amount of money I am owed is peanuts compared to what they will most definitely lose in business from negative "word of mouth" along with the negative reviews that will be posted as well. I tried calling probably 30+ times, written 30+ emails, and have yet to see anything. Buyers Beware!!!
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