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How to Manage Your Website Content

Written by Ritwik Ruia Wednesday, 28 January 2015 09:36
As important and complex as conceptualizing a website might be, its all for naught if the content on the website isn’t easily manageable. Websites today need to be regularly updated with fresh content in order to maximize visitor engagement. An overly static website tends to be considered stale, and one…

Prevent Duplicate Content By Setting Your Website’s Preferred Domain

Written by Ritwik Ruia Thursday, 15 January 2015 09:36
When working on a new website, most developers probably won’t be aware that http://example.com differs from http://www.example.com from Google’s point of view. Your website’s domain – while unique in itself – doesn’t automatically ensure that multiple URLs with the same homepage content are indexed as one by Google. Consolidating multiple…

How to Digitize and Archive Your Critical Data for Quick Retrieval

Written by Ritwik Ruia Monday, 22 December 2014 06:49
Like most companies, you probably have some form of paper records, stored either on-site, or in an off-site storage facility. While these paper records may be a necessary part of your business, if you need to find a specific record, searching through all of your files can be extremely time…

SharePoint vs Dedicated Document Management Solution: What’s the Difference?

Written by Ritwik Ruia Wednesday, 17 December 2014 06:49
Some organizations wonder whether Microsoft SharePoint can solve their Document Management needs, and whether a dedicated Document Management Solution (DMS) is actually required to manage their data and corporate records. When an organization’s objectives are very basic, and factors like e-governance adherences, long-term retention policies and robust security measures are…

7 Factors that determine your Information Management Strategy

Written by Ritwik Ruia Tuesday, 09 December 2014 07:06
The ease with which your company manages data and records depends on its Information Management (IM) strategy. This strategy must also support continuous growth in your information management practices – as technology and best practices evolve and enterprise data volumes grow. Corporate records and information are core organizational assets, and…

How Google indexes your website using Googlebot

Written by Ritwik Ruia Wednesday, 15 October 2014 09:36
In order to display meaningful results against your search queries, Google Search Engine uses what is known as a web crawler or ‘spider’ to scour and mine the web for data. Google’s ‘spider’, called Googlebot, retrieves this unimaginably large magnitude of data and hands it over for indexing and processing.…

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