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In Q2, Facebook Nearly Drove A Quarter Of Internet Traffic

You may have landed on this page courtesy of a link from Facebook, it would not be entirely surprising as figures from Shareaholic show that by June of this year, Facebook drove 23.39% of Internet traffic.

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What Is Driving Internet Traffic

Internet traffic to grow more than 20 per cent by 2018, according to Cisco Visual Networking Index Global Forecast and Service Adoption for 2013 to 2018. 538 more words

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Increase web site traffic for more sales.

Traffic Ultimatum-  Traffic course online-By George Brown.

All those who want to promote their content on internet need website traffic  as  much as possible. In case you are promoting the content for your commission, you will definitely want website  traffic  on your content, blogs, websites etc and then users buying the product. 167 more words


Footy in the Office: World Cup Woes for IT Managers

Men and women across the world are donning their country’s colours, clearing their schedules and focusing their attentions on the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil, and IT managers should be concerned that Britain’s increased taste for online video streaming will place unmanageable strain on the corporate network. 260 more words

FCC examining reasons for Internet traffic jams

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Federal Communications Commission is setting out to unravel the mystery behind the Internet traffic jams bogging down the delivery of Netflix videos and other online content. 726 more words


Cisco Visual Networking Index Predicts Global IP Traffic to Grow Nearly Three-Fold (reaching 1.6 Zettabytes) by 2018

Bangalore, India,  June 11, 2014: According to the Cisco Visual Networking Index Global Forecast and Service Adoption for 2013 to 2018, global Internet Protocol (IP) traffic will increase nearly three-fold over the next five years due to more Internet users and devices, faster broadband speeds …

2018: Death of the PC?

Okay, who creates the banner headlines for Huffington Post? This article displays a complete lack of reading comprehension skills, ethics, or editorial responsibility. The FluffPo homepage had an article today presumably on the death of the PC. 352 more words

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