9 Steps You Must Know To Prevent A Server Crash

Here are a few simple things you can do to prevent your server and network equipment from overheating and crashing:

Tidy up the server room; a neater room will increase air flow.
If you have more than one server, arrange them in a row so that the cold air comes from the front and is expelled out the back.

Hopefully This Will Make UberPOOL Way Safer And Less Stressful.

Speaking of safety, UberPOOL is getting safer and smarter by asking passengers to get out at better destinations — even if that means walking a few more feet to their destination — rather than in high-traffic zones. We’re talking about distances of less than half a block, but it can cut major time off everyone else’s commute and ensure passengers aren’t stepping out into dangerous traffic.

Use This App To Pinpoint Dangerous Drivers.

The open road is full of jerks and road rages, and a new app is taking them on. Nexar asks you to mount your phone to your dashboard, and it will monitor surrounding traffic. If someone starts driving dangerously, it will ask if you want to record what’s going on with a 30-second video.

Should You Have A Mobile App For Your Business?

One of the great things about apps is that you don’t need to be a big developer or company to build one. In fact, according to www.smallbusinesscomputing.com, 42 percent of small businesses in the United States have their own mobile app. By the end of the year, that figure is expected to hit 67 percent! Somewhat unsurprisingly, the most cited reason SMBs said they decided to build mobile apps is to increase sales (39 percent), followed by improving customers service (30 percent). Others turn to mobile apps as a competitive advantage in specific markets (22 percent) while for some organizations, their parent company suggested an app (10 percent). But with apps becoming more affordable than ever, there are lots of reasons to invest in your own app and lots of ways to recoup that investment.

Finishing Strong!

Achieving our goals in life can be a lot like running a race…so came to my mind during a recent exercise run on a beautiful spring day in Denton, Texas.  Where was I going?  How was I going to get there?  What happens if something gets in the way?  Can I really do this?

The approach athletes use to successfully train for and win a race applies equally to any goal we have in life.

The Misnomer Of Failure

So you think you’re a failure, huh? Let me get one thing off my virtual chest right now: you’re not. I realize you may be experiencing failure. You may have had a string of failures. You may have been told you are a failure. But it doesn’t mean that’s who you are.