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Reduce TCO: The Java Database Way

TCO (Total Cost Ownership) is the buzzword in today’s business world. This metric helps enterprise managers assess direct and indirect costs and benefits derived from their investment on IT components and services. A vital component of overall TCO is database management. All information-centric applications need databases for data storage. Also, the storage demands of small and mid-sized companies are growing rapidly, as more emphasis is given on data backup and long-term archival of data disaster recovery.

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Ten Steps to a Winning Home Page

There’s no doubt about it – the first page your site visitors see is the most important page of your website. If your home page isn’t appealing, chances are the rest of your pages will never even be seen by your visitors. It helps to think of your home page as the “front door” to your online business. Will it invite people to come in and look around, or persuade them to take their dollars elsewhere? Here are ten tips for making your home page a winner:

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Get Motivated and Stay Motivated

Because starting a new business takes a lot of sustained effort over a long period of time, staying motivated can be a challenge. When your motivation is flagging, you can’t muster any enthusiasm for your work or give it your all. If you want to keep the motivation going, it helps to know yourself and what your own personal motivators are.

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How to Develop an Effective Company Profile — and Why

What is a company profile?

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