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STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR CLOUD APPLICATIONS

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How to Run a Smart Content Marketing Campaign

Content marketing became all the rage around 2010. So much so that Google famously changed their search algorithm (the Panda update) to wipe out "content farms" that sucked up traffic with useless results. Since the goal of search engines is to answer your question in the best possible way, spammy results suck. So search engines now specifically address the searcher's intent — what are they really looking for? And the way search engines know how to respond is a wild cocktail of factors, including things like "the words on the page", the popularity of the page, and the popularity of the website containing the page. And that's what makes executing a smart content marketing campaign more important than ever. It's a long-term strategy that works, as shown in our examples. Your digital plans should include some of these ideas.

Managed Amazon Cloud Hosting

Modern technology offers a staggering number of jargon-laden offers. Although in many ways technology is more accessible, it's inherently more complex. And hosting is an area that reflects this. In addition to speed and power improvements, we've seen connectivity explode in this era, especially with the adoption of cloud computing. So to help you understand a bit more about what it all means, we'll explain what managed Amazon cloud hosting entails.

Single Point of Failure

Eliminating Single Point of Failure Problems At Webapper, we're somewhat obsessed with resiliency. Especially these days, we're looking for ways to help our clients and our own business become antifragile. It's one of the reasons we became a cloud services provider many years ago. The cloud makes eliminating single point of failure problems easier. And that idea is a strong focus in building resiliency at almost any level of any system or organization. What Is A Single Point of Failure (SPOF)? A single point of failure (SPOF) is a potential risk posed by a flaw in the design, implementation [...]

AWS vs. Azure: Cloud Comparison

When it comes to the cloud, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure tower over the market. Although Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Azure offer similar cloud computing capabilities, one provider is not necessarily “better” than the other. Cloud customer success depends on specific business needs. To help you decide which is more amenable to your needs, we outline key differences when comparing AWS vs. Azure.

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