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Maintain business domain name intact

There is one thing that organizations must do. They have to register their own domain name, make it final, and afterwards be certain that they are managing it on their own. Digital reputation is increasingly becoming one of, if not there already, the criteria to assess how sound a business fundamental is. Really? Imagine if you caused, or a business keep, changing its own domain name. It is more likely that customers will have a hard time finding what they want to know about how to do business with you. There is much more than just learning the how regardless if a strictly or shabbily regulated business and industry is taken into account. And if the domain name has to be changed, don't totally abandon it. Make a redirect to the new domain name you intend to use and keep it that way for years to come. Until such time that every customer has learned about it already, and that the internet including search engines has been pointing and crawling to the new one directly and automaticall

How to save from Microsoft 365 or Teams and learn the basics of the solution from our first license and transaction

 Subscription and license fees for cloud services is not always appealing to small businesses. For big businesses, we are on a spending spree because we simply can, even if a license if not being used purposely and productively. With small businesses, no matter the need for Microsoft 365, we won't even try it. We did try but stopped and never subscribed back again. We consider the cost to be very high not just because of the service or product's license cost only. If accumulated for years compared to simply buying physical media, which is still the best bet. This, however, is going away. For some markets, it is not available anymore. How can a business get Microsoft 365 without breaking the planned budget allocation just for this service? There are options available from Microsoft 365 website. Pick the business, not family, personal or enterprise, which we may want to consider as well. With the cost the only consideration, any of this may not be a good choice. But then some fea

Linux OS and Libre Office as antidote for counterfeit and outdated hardware, and the license-cost-aversed

 Counterfeit software is a katzenjammer no, neither in a production nor for personal use. We just don’t try it. It will suck up all the information we have been working on. Or we get redirected to an update server with full of malware on it. That’s the worse thing that may happen to any end-user who uses counterfeit software. It’s counterfeit if we bought our software, either a Microsoft Windows or Office or other applications, those from Adobe, AutoCAD and a lot more, from the pavement vendor or stall in a mall but it’s a pirated copy. Copies we have in our possession but we really didn’t buy them ourselves are considered counterfeit because they can be detected as another installation from a different computer and it’s a violation to its license, especially for an OEM, a single setup with identification to the first hardware it was on. We are not saying we can have everything in Linux for free. Some applications are still and only available in Windows operating system. We are talking