Want to know what’s really going on with your server? Then you need to know these essential commands. Once you’ve mastered them, you’ll be well on your way to being an expert Linux system administrator. Sure, you can use a GUI program to pull up much of the information that these shell commands can give you, depending on the Linux distribution.
Link: 16 Linux server monitoring commands you really need to know
This is a free, 4-app series that guides you on starting a business. Each app covers a specific subject area:. I know it is a lofty statement to make, but here is why I believe these are the best apps to start a business. First of all, these are proven apps with over 1,000,000 downloads and a rating of over 4 stars for all the apps.
Link: iPhone and Android business plan, marketing, ideas and fundraising apps
Over the past couple of years, Chromebooks have slowly taken over the education market in the US, forcing Microsoft and Apple to change their strategies. This week, a new report from Futuresource Consulting is giving us new hard data about how Microsoft, Google and Apple perform in the US K-12 sector and the rest of the world (via MacRumors).
Link: Microsoft is making gains in the classroom, while Apple falls to a distant third place
In case you haven’t heard, Google has again changed the name of its cloud-based productivity suite, from Google Apps for Work to G Suite. It’s still essentially Gmail, Google Drive and accompanying apps like Docs and Sheets, but with extras such as additional storage for each inbox, email admin tools and support for your business domain name.
Link: Six great Google Apps for business
The number of valid reasons small businesses can offer up for not having a mobile app decrease each year. And if it is fear or apathy that are holding you back, you should ask yourself what fear and apathy have done for your business so far. By now, you should be quite familiar with many of the…
Link: Why Restaurants Need Mobile Apps: 12 HUGE Benefits
Everywhere at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week you saw 5G hype and the Internet of Too Many Things, with smartphones mostly in the background. Mobile tech has achieved a lot of what’s possible on the current, fourth generation of network technology, and phones may be in a sleepwalking state until 5G is commercialized.
Link: Reporter’s Notebook from Mobile World Congress
Two weeks ago, the news broke that Google’s starting the “mobile-first indexing of the Web”, meaning that they are beginning to index the mobile version of websites, when available, as opposed to the desktop version. The less obvious — but perhaps even more important — implication of this change is that Google will now also analyze mobile pages against the ranking signals to determine how a site should rank in both mobile and desktop search results.
Link: Mobile SEO in 2017: 7 Steps for Success
ISC StormCast for Friday, March 3rd 2017
A daily summary of network and system security news from the SANS Internet Storm Center
Author:Johannes B. Ullrich, Ph.D.
Created: Friday, March 3rd 2017
Today’s Headline: #BEC and #SPF; Infected Developers Publish Android…
Link: SANS ISC Stormcast: Daily Network Security News Summary; Cyber Security Podcast
Amazon Web Services (AWS), the biggest cloud-computing provider for startups in India, will soon bring artificial intelligence (AI) to the mix to take its partnerships beyond basic computing and data-storage services, even as it looks to attract bigger enterprises to cloud.India arm of AWS is…
Link: Amazon web to soon add AI to lure partners to cloud
Photo: Richard Cartwright/CBS via Getty Images. Over recent years, cybersecurity and cybercrime have become areas of increasing concern for both the public and private sector. It is important to note that this is not merely a panic stirred by media and politicians, nor is it a signifier that technology is failing us.
Link: Here’s what ‘the brave new world’ of cyber security will look like
Amazon Web Services continues to lead the cloud pack as it delivered a 2016 operating profit of $3.1 billion on revenue of $12.22 billion, up from $7.88 billion in 2015. While analysts will fret about Amazon’s e-commerce business and growth ahead, you need to realize that AWS is the profit engine. To wit:.
Link: Stacking up the cloud vendors: AWS vs. Microsoft Azure, IBM, Google, Oracle
Investment to Solidify Nimble as the CRM of Choice for Small Businesses and Fast Growing Sales Teams looking for a competitive advantage. the pioneer of Social Sales and Marketing CRM, today announced it has raised $9 million in a Series A round of financing led by Imagen Capital Partners. Previous investors include Mark Cuban’s Radical Investments, Google Ventures, Indicator Ventures and a consortium of strategic angels including Jason Calacanis, Howard Lindzon and Don Dodge.
Link: Nimble Raises $9M To Scale The Simple Smart CRM Microsoft Office 365 & Google G Suite Customers Love To Use