EaseUS Software has made the process of salvaging data from corrupted, or inaccessible secondary storage media when normal access has failed easier with its array of innovative solutions. EaseUS Data Recovery software helps to recover deleted files due to formatted or damaged hard drive, virus attack or a lost partition on your computer.

There is also a free version to EaseUS Data Recovery which covers the basic requirements for an individual usage. The free program recovers up to 1 GB of data and there is plenty of support and tutorials available in case you run into a problem.

Now available in more than 180 countries, EaseUS Software has built reputation and formidable business intelligence on reliable data recovery and backup solutions around the world.

And with the enormous data now carried over the mobile web, the company also pride itself as a leader in mobile data recovery scenario with its innovative free iPhone data recovery solutions. To ensure you do not lose your most important files, recovery tools should be downloaded and installed beforehand.

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The emerging web development standard, HTML5 is a response to the fact that the HTML and XHTML commonly in use on the Web are mixture of features introduced by various specifications, along with those introduced by software products such as web browsers, and as a result has given rise to many syntax errors in existing web documents.

It is an attempt to define a single markup language that can be written in either HTML or XHTML syntax.

HTML5 includes detailed processing models to encourage more interoperable implementations; and introduces markup and application programming interfaces (APIs) for complex web applications, which makes it a potential candidate for cross-platform mobile applications. And many features of HTML5 have been built with low-powered devices such as smartphones and tablets in mind.

The current momentum is causing companies to reconsider their mobile strategies and question why enterprises, software application providers and device makers are adopting HTML5 and whether they should as well.

This free whitepaper on "Does HTML5 Make Sense for Mobile Enterprise Applications?" will help you determine if HTML5 is right for your mobile environment.

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Flashbacks: 2013 in Retrospect

Posted by Unknown | December 27, 2013 |

In the wake of National Security Agency (NSA) Surveillance saga, encryption has taken a new level of priority in the scheme of web service providers who have privacy of users in mind. Google has led the way in encrypting users' data, and have also promised extending same level of encryption to searches by users.

Whilst other internet companies have equally implemented digital defenses in response to reports that the NSA has been tracking online communications without the companies' knowledge or cooperation, privacy advocates had described the moves as long overdue, albeit, warning that the companies' efforts may not be a permanent safeguard, as encryption technology continues to evolve.

Privacy will remain a major debated topic in 2014, and as targeted tracking technologies gains upper hand, may even pose serious security concerns. 

Social networking platforms like Facebook has already demonstrated the business side of the social web, even as analysts remain wary of Twitter IPO, latest indication proves otherwise as WSJ reports that shares have nearly tripled since their initial public offering last month, including an almost 5% gain on Thursday, making the microblogging site's IPO one of the best performing this year.

Microsoft generation-shift to embracing users' feedback in enhancing its service offerings cannot be denied, and the innovative approach has seen it regaining immense number of users, especially across its web services including Outlook.com.

The whole of 2013 can be summed up as a new beginning for the enthroning of web-based application and services over conventional technologies. And the coming year will witness an unusual level of engagement and development in that regard.

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THE AFFAIR: Invite for Geeks to Indulge

Posted by Unknown | December 24, 2013 |

THE AFFAIR is a geeky designers outfitters which recognizes and target the discerning intellect of men who read. As such every design has its literary inspiration printed on the inside neck, so you’re primed for chatting about something other than the weather.

It all began in late 2007 when a strange thing happened amidst the rubble of broken dreams and the boozers of East London, bringing the foreseen union of  industry experience, raw talent and shamelessly egotistical aspirations to live.

And now, they're extending the Christmas joy with a Bad Ass Boxing Day sale. Anything and everything at THE AFFAIR will be up to half off, with their three most popular styles at 70% off the regular price.

So use your spirit of giving wisely and give yourself something awesome this holiday season, also included is free hand screened Art Print with any purchase of two or more t-shirts. Get the scoop here: http://the-affair.com/boxing-day-sale/; and enjoy the season. Merry Christmas!

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Hashtag, a word that attained notoriety with the advent of social networking and microblogging, is a non-spaced phrase prefixed with the symbol #, that makes it possible to group messages, whereby someone can search for the hashtag and get the set of messages that contain it.

It represents a shift in the way consumers communicate with each other and about brands. So what does this mean for marketers?

Hashtags are popping up everywhere - from Twitter to Facebook feeds, and now Google+ including offline billboards to our TV screens. Ignite your marketing campaigns with hashtags and take advantage of the social layer with this special report.

We'll share strategies for running hashtag campaigns to ignite buzz about your brand and drive social commerce. Download the free whitepaper on "The Definitive Guide to #HashtagCampaigns" now.

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Microsoft's commitment to ensuring secured online experience for users continue to get attention as the company announced "Recent activity notification" feature for Microsoft Accounts. The recent activity log serves to notify users of various point and means through which access has been gained into accounts, so as to be able to ascertain when an unauthorized access is gained.

The “Recent activity” page shows info about the activity in your Microsoft account, within the last 30 days, including any time that you signed in to your account, whether on a web browser, your phone, an email app, or a third-party app.

Microsoft is equally adding more control over security notifications for certain activities, such as resetting your password or logging in from a new device.

The company had recently pushed out Two-Factor Authentication to all users, ensuring maximum security through a second authentication method outside the common password. And with the new feature, promises to provide a fallback for users who have enabled two-step authentication on their accounts.

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Bing Maps Preview debut on Windows 8.1

Posted by Unknown | December 06, 2013 |

Microsoft has launched Bing Maps Preview app for Windows 8.1, bringing full 3D capabilities and zooming on a 3D globe to users worldwide. The new app comes as a true analogue to "Google Earth", with street-level scenery, routes from point to point, and virtual Earth views.

The new Maps Preview also feature a compass and a permanent search bar, which allows users to search out a destination or map out a route.

Now available for download in the Windows Store, Bing Maps Preview bring icons to toggle back and forth between 2D and 3D views, a feature that was lacking in the default Maps.

And Microsoft has integrated Maps with Skype, making a click-to-call functionality possible on the new Maps app. Also, boasting of a "street view" capabilities, accessed by swiping up on the screen, the new Maps Preview is truly a "Google Earth" challenge.

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The recent SAP Economist Intelligence Unit survey of 179 business executives from retailers across the globe, reveals just how much the consumer-retailer dynamic is changing - as well as how far retailers still have to go in capitalizing on social media as a business tool.

While 58% of the survey respondents use Facebook to communicate with customers, more than one in five (21%) say they are not using any digital channels to interact with their target audience.

Although a growing number of retailers are sold on the potential benefits of social media, it’s clear that many remain wary about how much they should be leveraging them to connect with their customers. And these reservations are fairly consistent among hard-line, soft-line (e.g., apparel) and grocery retailers.

Regionally, North American retailers are ahead of the curve in social media adoption; for example, 68% of North American respondents are using Facebook to communicate with customers, compared with 56% in Asia-Pacific, 55% in Latin America and 53% in Western Europe. Download the free whitepaper to get the detail scoop on the survey: "The Social Shopper Harnessing the Disruptive Influence of Social Media" now.

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News Feed takes Priority on Facebook

Posted by Unknown | December 03, 2013 |

Facebook announced update to News Feed ranking in recognition that people want to see more relevant information and see how their friends react to such news. The company in a post on Monday iterated on its plans to prioritize news articles, differentiating it from random posts from other sources.

What this means is that users will start to notice links to articles a little more often in News Feed, especially on mobile, the company stated that people enjoy seeing articles on Facebook, and so they're now paying closer attention to what makes for high quality content.

According to its surveys, people on average prefer links to high quality articles about current events, their favorite sports team or shared interests, to the latest meme.

So, the company intends doing a better job of distinguishing between a high quality article on a website versus a meme photo hosted somewhere other than Facebook when people click on those stories on mobile. And also, looking at ways to show people additional articles similar to the ones they've just read.

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The advent of new communication channels has led to more marketing and advertising furore, many marketers are discovering that relying solely on tried-and-true tactics such as broadcast emails, generalized web copy and broad segmentation are producing diminishing returns.

Many companies rely too heavily on generic messaging that only speaks to a small percentage of their contacts.

There are countless ways you can customize email and web content for each person and deliver a fantastic customer experience that will build engagement, strengthen loyalty and boost revenue.

If you are looking to deliver an awesome customer experience to a larger portion of your database? Then this special white paper on "20 Ways to Personalize Email and Web Content to Deliver an Awesome Customer Experience" is for you. Download the free whitepaper now.

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