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24 April,2016

Online shopping is becoming more familiar in the Middle East as 72% of consumers have made at least one online purchase during the past two years. Source:( Online shopping trends middle east ), 7$ Billions  is the worth of ecommerce business in the Middle East as reported by Internet Statistics Compendium. and Its time to Consider starting or moving your existed business online.

Besides the growth of the online purchasing and online costumer’s demands, Here are the most attractive benefits that businesses would gain from online presence:

16 March,2016

Are you aware that 75% of users admit to making judgments about a company’s credibility based on their website’s design, Great web design instills trust in your business, According to web credibility research from Stanford.

In a day and age where 85% of the customers search the web before making a purchase decision, your website has the best chance of being a prospect’s “first impression” of your company and offerings. And it turns out, the look and feel of your website are the primary drivers of those first impressions.

Shocking Facts - it takes the website visitor no more than 50 milliseconds (that’s 0.05 seconds) to form an opinion about your website? .05 seconds!! a blink of an eye??! – that’s all a user needs to determine whether they like your site or not, whether they’ll stay or leave.

13 October,2015

Experiencing Slow Speed Charging on Your Smart Phone ?!! Cables Can Significantly Impact the Charging Speed of Your Devices - Explained.

Smart-phone and tablets chargers capacity can impact how fast your device's battery gets back to 100%, but they're not the only determining factor. The wrong cable can slow down charging speeds as well.

USB cables have a data wire and a charging wire within the cable itself. Most USB cables, probably over 99+% are 28/28. Buying after market micro USB cables will pretty much always result in getting cheap quality 28/28 cables and your device will barely break 500mah current flow into your phone battery when it charges, maybe even less. This isn't the only issue though. After you use a cable for a while it pushes slight stresses on the micro USB connector itself and compresses it. This cases poor connectivity between your device and the wire. This is why it seems like your device port feels like it's getting loose and you think something is wrong. It's most likely the cable being slowly damaged over time.

13 October,2015

New research by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International shows that in the last 12 months one in four Internet users had at least one of their online accounts hacked, leading to unauthorized messages being sent out in the user’s name, sometimes with a malicious link included, and the loss or theft of personal data. However, another study shows that, despite this, just 38% of consumers create strong passwords for every account and over half (57%) store passwords insecurely.

In addition to the number whose own accounts had been hacked, a third (32%) of respondents know of someone whose account has been hacked. The kind of accounts targeted by hackers include email (11%), social media networks (11%), and online banking or shopping accounts (7%), sites that many consumers use on a daily basis and that keep them in touch with work and their closest friends and family.

The survey found that it’s not just bank balances but relationships that can be damaged by hackers. 35% of those affected by hacking discovered that messages or updates had been sent from or posted on their accounts without their permission; and 29% learned that friends had clicked on a malicious link in a message that apparently came from them.

09 August,2015

Many users of Windows are probably looking to upgrade their operating system to Microsoft’s latest and greatest. If you are one of those users and you use Kaspersky Lab products, what should you do? The best option for Kaspersky Lab users is to download the latest version of their choice of Kaspersky Lab product, which supports new Microsoft OS, before installing Windows 10.

02 August,2015

Microsoft has released Windows 10 on July 29th and users of current versions of the operating system will get an upgrade free of charge. That's what Microsoft has made abundantly clear since last January when it presented key consumer features of the new OS including Cortana, Project Spartan (now Microsoft Edge), DirectX 12, and Hololens, which seemingly runs some version of Windows 10.

Since that announcement, Microsoft has sent mixed signals (more than once) and speculation has built on top of that about who gets the free upgrade and who doesn't, if Insiders get a free pass or not. Here's a brief overview of the different upgrade paths to Windows 10 that explains it all...