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26 Ways to turn your clients to fans – Part 1

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Published on : July 8, 2016 by

26 Ways to turn your clients to fans – Part 1

Customers!!! It is the only reason for  the existence of any company and employee. So it is imperative that customer support and their satisfaction is the core attribute for any organization to be competitive in this highly populated and competitive market. Today’s clients are more educated, tech-savvy and most importantly have wider accessibility to alternatives. […]

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BitCoin – Introduction

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Published on : June 27, 2016 by

BitCoin – Introduction

We all have heard the term ‘BitCoin’ and although most are not familiar with its working, what you might be imagining is Bitcoin is some sort of payment mechanism. Well, you are *not* wrong, but BitCoin is much more than just a payment tool. So what exactly makes BitCoin unique and how does it work. […]

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Colocation Vs Dedicated Hosting

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Published on : May 12, 2016 by

Colocation Vs Dedicated Hosting

“Server Uptime” is buzzword for every webhosts. But those who are associated with WebHosts, either as a client or as owner, knows that maintaining a high uptime is the most daunting task. Server uptime depends on a lot of factors such as quality of Hardware, Networking, Power availability, Monitoring, Support Quality, Processes etc. Still a […]

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Installing multiple versions of Ruby and Switching using RVM

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Published on : April 12, 2016 by

Installing multiple versions of Ruby and Switching using RVM

Last day I was trying to perform  Ruby installation  on my distro. Problem was that I already have latest version Ruby installation and wish to keep it and at the same time install an older version. After doing some research on this I came across RVM. Now RVM is an incredible work which saved my […]

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rm -f *: “Argument List too long”

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Published on : October 19, 2014 by

rm -f *:  “Argument List too long”

Why?  “Argument List too long” error occurs when there is a large number of arguments passed to a command.We have come across this issue on delete files using rm command. This is caused because the command can not accept the arguments passed to it in full. There is a limit on the size of arguments […]

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