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Using OHS Online Induction Programs for Trades

If you regularly employ (or contract individuals, even other businesses) using online induction software will greatly benefit your working process. Online inductions will give your new employees (or contractors) a very professional experience as they enter your company. More importantly, a proper training program will help alleviate your Occupational Health and Safety obligations. Just because you are in the construction business does not mean you cannot use online tools to get this job done. Smarter business trades industry business owners are turning to web-based business software solutions for a number of reasons.

Software provides a centralised training location. Online software applications are more commonly used by those in the trades industries because of their increased need to keep legal OHS documentation stored safely in one place. It is common to have changing employees or contractors in these industries, and moreover, it is very common for them to be working on a variety of…

Reasons Why OS-Independent Client-Server Systems Work Well For Business

This is a guest post by Sachin about the reasons Why OS-Independent Client-Server Systems Work Well For Business. Client-server systems are on the increase. With the growing reliance on a number of devices, and more people using an operating system other than Windows, we have seen an increase in the number of business applications, including small business accounting software, for example, running as web-based applications. Managed servers, including those smaller virtual servers sold cheaply online, come with limited support, such as, extremely important features like offsite backup service, and disaster recovery storage. Web-based applications are applications that are written in the code of the Internet. There are a number of advantages of having an application that works in any browser. Here is a look at client-server systems based on the language of the Internet.

Client-Server Systems. Client-server systems are everywhere. We are using them without realising. Online banking and Fa…

Five Extremely Bad and Common Online and Offline Marketing Disasters

This is a guest post by Sachin about 5 Extremely Bad and Common Online and Offline Marketing Disasters. While there has been a boom in online marketing, facebook marketing, Twitter marketing, and other social media marketing, we continually see ridiculous offers that we don’t believe. The same has been the case with offline marketing for many years. Bad marketing strategies are everywhere, and they are a cheap grab at getting attention that normally leads to a company losing business. They can damage your brand for many years to come. Bad marketing has become so common, it seems that many business owners have forgotten what it is like to be a customer. Here is a look at some of those common and disastrous marketing strategies that definitely don’t do anyone any good.

Website exchange programs. If you don’t know anything about SEO (search engine optimisation), it is about time you learnt a little. Google will not help out your site just because you have exchanged a high number of links…