We all know that using the right tool for the right job can be the difference between getting something done smoothly or taking a painfully long time. The tools and services that you use are critical to maximizing a successful workflow and thus producing high-quality results in a short amount of time.
Taking your business to the next level requires that you gain knowledge and more importantly wisdom. Do you have the right connections? Are you spending time getting the correct resources? Who are you taking your advice from? These and many other questions are the keys to the success of your business.
Have you ever installed trial software and wished you had another month to play with it? Have you ever noticed the more software you install the slower your machine gets even after you remove it? Have you ever wished you could just install a piece of software just to see if it is what you want and not have to worry about it crashing your machine? Well, these problems and many more can be solved when you go virtual.
As an entrepreneur you are looking for every edge to enhance your workflow and automate your process as much as possible. This requirement becomes even more prevalent when you work a traditional 9-5 job and need every slice of time to count. Things become even more critical when your business is up and running and you’re trying to grow it and increase profits.
Securing your blog is not an easy task and however at the same time it doesn’t have to be a complicated task and should be one that you take very seriously. If you’re doing any level of business or you plan to grow your blog and you haven’t considered security yet, then now is the time to sit down and make things happen.
Working remotely has become a huge part of the technical landscape in the last 10 years. Even more so for entrepreneurs who are using virtual assistants and working in cross locations to become as productive as possible. With the advent of Remote Desktop (RDP) and Virtualization this idea of working on one computer from another computer is becoming very mainstream.
Working across the different Operating Systems you realize that you always wish you had tools that the other OS had. In Linux the shell is just plain awesome. In windows they have made some improvements with the PowerShell, but still young compared to shells like BASH. If you work with the plain old DOS command line you realize how super week it is compared to the BASH shell.
Tired of typing in the user name and password every time you ssh to a new box? Follow the directions below to get around that issue. This is a quick “How to” on setting up ssh keys. It is by no means an in-depth view of setting up keys, but it will give a quick run down on how to get them going just incase you forget…