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Data center budget process should review business goals first

Planning your data center budget seems to be getting harder. Gone are the days of just assuming some form of growth — by resource, volume or power usage — and allocating financial resources toward that area. Now, a whole raft of variables must be taken into account. For example, will the next change to the data center take place through ...

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LoveSync: Coordinating sex between busy couples should be an app

(Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto) This week, hundreds of millions of couples around the globe celebrated Valentine’s Day. They bought chocolate, flowers, greeting cards, and made dinner reservations. They booked hotel nights and long weekends. It’s an industry that is worth an <a href="" target=… Latest news

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New Advice on How Companies Should Ready for Recession

Consulting and accounting firm Deloitte has gotten out in front of how a new recession will hit companies. Additionally, it has offered advice about what companies should do over the course of a downturn. Much of the Deloitte advice is for consumer companies but applies to firms in most other sectors. Deloitte looked back at company performances in the 2001 ...

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Why You Should Just Say No to FSBO

There was a lively conversation on our neighborhood Nextdoor last week from someone who was listing his home for sale by owner (FSBO) and wanted to get the word out to neighbors but definitely did NOT want to attract the attention of real estate agents. He had a few choice words for agents around what he considered to be their ...

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Crypto bull: Why you should still bet on bitcoin

Some still see bitcoin as the ultimate hedge against disaster. “There is a really good chance we have something better than gold,” Travis Kling, founder and chief investment officer of crypto hedge fund Ikigai Asset Management, said on Thursday at the Cayman Alternative Investment Summit in Grand Cayman. “It’s like a CDS against fiscal and monetary policy irresponsibility,” Kling said.

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