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Business Start-Up

If you are starting a business most likely you're working from home for your start up, a virtual office. Here's some basic information for you to start your dream business. First you need a domain name (visit  NeedName.com or Moscom.com to register a domain name.). You ask why do you need a domain name? Your domain name will be the face of your company, this will be your Internet address in cyber space, your home page to provide your company information, contact, address, products and services. You will create your brand, and your matching domain name will help you spread the news using your website and email address to communicate with you prospective customers and vendors. Remember, domain name is a must for a business. You will need a personalize email address not @gmail.com or @yahoo.com. You will use your own domain name for your email address. For example, your company name is Que.com (it's our sister company), then your email address should be yourname@que.com

New alternative domain names are now available for grab.

Yes, you read it right there are some domain name extensions e.g. .guru .clothing .holdings .ventures .singles .bike .plumbing starting today but the registration is way too high to consider. I've tested it through NeedName.com website, see the captured image trying to register " anykeyword.guru " domain name. The price tag starts at US$11,000 continue reading to understand the pricing implemented by the registry. The most common gTLD (Generic Top Level Domains) are listed below. .COM .NET .ORG .BIZ .INFO and country codes .US .CA .DE etc. This first group of new TLDs (and any TLDs from the Donuts Registry) will work a little bit differently. Here’s what you need to know before they hit the street with some key dates. The Donuts Early Access Program (EAP) Donuts kicks off GA for their TLDs with an Early Access Program (EAP). EAP is similar to a Landrush phase where a premium price is paid to claim the best domain names. Anyone interested in registering na

Looking for new laptop? Check HP Pavilion Touchmart 15.6

There are so many choices when it's time to buy your next laptop. I will not recommend the desktop simply because it will consume your working space, and it's not mobile. I saw this HP Pavilion Touchmart 15.6  at Amazon website today, with the following specification. OS: Windows 8 64-bit Processor Type: 4th generation Intel Dual Core i5 -4200U, 1.6GHz with Turbo Boost up to 2.6GHz Memory: 6GB DDR3 Hard Drive: 750GB 5400RPM hard drive Optical Drive: SuperMulti DVD burner Multimedia : SD cards Reader Graphics and Audio Graphics: Intel HD graphics 4400 Audio: DTS Sound Display, Keyboard, Webcam Display Size: 15.6″ 1366×768 HD BrightView LED-backlit touchscreen display Keyboard: Full-size keyboard with numeric keypad Webcam: HP HD Webcam w/ integrated digital microphone Ethernet LAN Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g/n WLAN I highlighted what's important e.g. CPU, Memory, Disk space and the rest is standard in most laptop. The CPU Intel Dual Core i5 will provide you speed

Two Factor Verification, keeping your email secure.

If you really concern about online security and started using Cloud services provided by big companies like Google, Microsoft, Apple, and others social media services too. Have you thought about using a Two-Factor authentication to provide another layer of security after entering your username and password? Missed to read these articles? Gmail Security Two Factor Authentication http://www.whaddya.com/2011/10/gmail-security-two-factor.html GoDaddy Two Factor Authentication http://www.whaddya.com/2013/05/step-up-your-godaddy-account-security.html Name.com Two Factor Authentication http://www.whaddya.com/2009/01/namecom-offers-two-factor.html and WordPress (no.1 blog in the world) http://www.whaddya.com/2013/04/wordpress-two-factor-authentication.html In this article, we are using Google Two Factor Authentication to configure my Google Apps for added security. Just in case you don't know, Google Apps is a vanity email version of Gmail. In my case I bought my own domain nam