Best Apps for managing/running a remote team with 5-10 people – Project Management (Trello etc) recommendations, as well as Slack/Zoom vs Microsoft Office 365 (comes with Teams and Conference ability plus storage)

Hi all

I manage a small team of around 5-10 people. The majority of these people are volunteers that work internationally (I'm based in the UK).

I don't have a large budget, and currently use a mix of WhatsApp group chats (obviously free), free storage with Dropbox, some Trello boards etc. I now want a more professional setup and have been looking at the various options.

I like Microsoft Office 365's Standard business plan, as for £9 per month per user, it has everything I need (such as an email account for each of my employees, Microsoft Teams for chat as well as video calls, storage, as well as Office 365 apps like Word/Excel etc). However, I've also looked into the other options available, like Slack (from my understanding, I'd be ok to just use the free model, as only using it for chat), signing up to one Zoom account (as the others can still use that same zoom room without logging in to my account if they want multi-person chats?), however storage options look quite expensive (Dropbox want £12 per user for 5TB of storage with a minimum of 5 people. I don't need that much space, and Office 365 already works out cheaper).

My questions are therefore, is Microsoft Teams easy to use compared to slack? I've used Slack and it's pain-free. What is everyone's opinions for Teams for video calls, general team-working etc? And is the OneDrive storage seamless (as in if I upload a file to OneDrive, can my team work on it like a GoogleDoc type document in real time?)

Lastly, would be keen to hear any other recommendations people have about how they work with their remote teams, and what sort of Apps they're using etc.

Thanks1

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Bolt comes to Amsterdam: How competitive is the local taxi market?

Getting around Amsterdam has always been about being a true Dutchie and grabbing a bike. After that people prefer using the amazing public transport in the city or across the country. But as Amsterdam is becoming more diverse and stretching its boundaries, the cab-hailing market is growing in the high tech city. 

Live in the Dutch capital

While local apps and Uber dominate the market, another one comes to the city. The Estonian ride-hailing company Bolt is now live in Amsterdam and Harlem to make urban transportation easier, faster, and more reliable. Bolt is one of the few mobility platforms that offer better prices for passengers and fairer earnings for drivers. 

50% discount on the first 10 rides (T&C applied) 

Already, hundreds of drivers are affiliated with Bolt in Amsterdam, where you can indicate your destination via the app, request a ride and board as soon as your driver has arrived. As a part of the celebration, all Bolt riders in Amsterdam will be able to enjoy their first 10 rides with a 50% discount. This promotion will run until 02.08.2020.

Pricing

Talking about the rates, the starting rate of a Bolt ride in Amsterdam is €1.40, the kilometre rate is €1.20, and the rate per minute is €0.26. The minimum ride price is €6. According to the company claims, Bolt operates efficiently and its drivers charge up to 50% less commission compared to the competition, both drivers and passengers get a better deal.

Lars Speekenbrink, operations manager Netherlands: “Satisfied drivers are crucial to us. We pay a lot of attention to providing the best income and we also work with different bonus models for our drivers. By taking this responsibility and efficiently organizing our business process, we achieve our ultimate goal: to deliver a reliable and inexpensive ride to the passenger. ”

In case, if you want to…!

The Bolt app is now available for download and available for iOS and Android

Nonetheless, it is interesting to see how Bolt chooses the pandemic as an ideal time to enter the city when users are avoiding public transport. At the same time, let’s take a look at the other ones which are conveniently available and will give a tough competition to Bolt. 

Image credits: Chrispictures/Shutterstock

Uber

The San-Francisco-based ride-hailing company Uber established its international headquarters in Amsterdam back in 2012, second largest in the world. The company’s growth in Amsterdam has been phenomenal, thanks to the diversification of its service. 

Apart from the ride-sharing, the Venice of North is also home to Uber’s other services including Uber Eats, Uber Freight, and JUMP e-bikes as well. The Amsterdam office serves Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Image credit: ViaVan

ViaVan

Back in 2018, ViaVan the joint venture between Via and Mercedes-Benz Vans announced the launch of its shared-ride service in Amsterdam. This is a perfect option for those who don’t mind carpooling. 

Through the app, passengers will be seamlessly matched in real-time with other riders headed their way, sharing their trip in a professionally-chauffeured vehicle. 

The on-demand platform serves as an extension of the city’s existing public transit network, providing an affordable and convenient transportation alternative that reduces congestion and carbon emissions.

Image credit: TCA taxi

TCA taxi 

TCA taxi has been in Amsterdam for more than 60 years now with 4.5 million passengers, and 1,500 drivers. Due to the wide distribution of drivers across the city, TCA guarantees that there will always be a taxi at your doorstep within 5 minutes. 

Recently, the taxi platform introduced fixed fares post the survey among about 700 Amsterdammers. As per the company, the rides ordered via the app will have a fixed price agreed in advance.

Image credit: Sixt Ride

Sixt Ride

SIXT ride is the ride service platform providing professional transfer service for private and business customers as well as on-demand taxi and ride-hailing services worldwide.

What do you guys think about the move made by Tallinn-based Bolt to expand their service amid this COVID-19 pandemic? Let us know in the comment section below.

Main image credit: Bolt

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RIOS comes out of stealth to announce $5M in funding for ‘industry-agnostic’ robotics

Bay Area-based robotics startup RIOS is coming out of stealth today to announce $ 5 million in funding. The round is being led by Valley Capital Partners and Morpheus Ventures, with participation from a long list of investors, including Grit Ventures, Motus Ventures, MicroVentures, Alumni Ventures Group, Fuji Corporation and NGK Spark Plug Co.

The move comes during a time of increased interest in factory automation. A number of different startups have received massive funding of late, including Berkshire Grey’s massive $ 263 million raise in January. RIOS’s raise is considerably smaller, of course, but the young company has more to prove.

Even so, investors are clearly eyeing automation with great interest amid an ongoing global pandemic that has both screeched many industries to a halt and led many to look to alternative production elements that remove the human element of virus transmission.

RIOS was founded in 2018, as a spin-out of Stanford University, with help from a number of Xerox PARC engineers. The startup has operated in stealth for the past year and a half while testing its technologies with a select group of partners.

The company’s first product is DX-1, a robot designed for a variety of industrial tasks, including static bin picking and conveyor belt operations. The system is powered by the company’s AI stack, including a perception system and a variety of tactile sensors mounted on the robotic hand.

The plan is to charge a monthly fee for the robotic system that includes a variety of services, including programming, maintenance, monitoring and regular updates.

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What Comes Next? OurCrowd Team Shares Top 10 Pandemic Tech Trends

For the past number of months, our global community has been focused on combating COVID-19. During this time of uncertainty, entrepreneurs have adapted to pandemic-focused innovation. To highlight the incredible efforts of those working to help society acclimate to our new environment and improve the current state of the pandemic, OurCrowd hosted its Pandemic Innovation Conference on June 22nd. The world is different now, and every new era comes with its own set of trends. In the segment “Top 10 Pandemic Tech Trends” Labs/02 Partner Stav Erez and OurCrowd Medical Advisory Board Member Dr. Jonathan Wiesen discussed the top 10 tech trends affecting society in light of the pandemic.

  1. Say Goodbye To Your Office: The Virtual Becomes Real

The future of work and remote technologies is one of the first things that comes to mind following the COVID-19 pandemic. With the distancing protocols, people have turned to remote communication platforms, but that’s just part of the virtual revolution. We’ve also seen an uptick in use of products providing digital solutions, such as TechSee, a startup that helps engineers manage network troubles remotely, avoiding the need to enter people’s homes, keeping both parties safe. Another area that’s had to adapt to a virtual reality is fitness. Thanks to programs like Kemtai, which uses advanced computer vision to create a personalized home fitness experience, users are able to exercise at home and it’s as if a trainer were right there in the room.

  1. Beyond the PCR Drive-through: Diagnostic Testing Becomes Real Time

Medical testing has always been a serious endeavor performed by appointment in healthcare facilities or licensed labs. Social distancing measures and the fear of infection have caused medical appointments to move to large outdoor areas such as parking lots and open fields. Startups such as Sight Diagnostics, a point-of-care and complete blood count company, and MeMed, which developed technology to distinguish between bacterial and viral infections, are paving the way for “fast food” medical testing.

  1. Automation Leaps Ahead to Discovery: Robots Learn To Teach Themselves

During the OurCrowd Global Investor Summit a few months ago, we predicted that anything that can be automated, will be automated. We had no idea then just how quickly the automation trend would take off! This growth rate is largely due to the pandemic and the need for companies to be more efficient with fewer resources. The more companies are able to automate, the more efficient and agile the processes will become. For example, Kaholo is a startup that allows them to do just that through low-code visual platform for automating IT and DevOps tasks.  RPA, Robotic Process Automation, is about to replace the billions of repetitive, manual procedures that normally consume a lot of human attention and time. Additionally, companies like Kryon are spearheading this revolution by developing the RPA processes that don’t require any human intervention.

  1. The Doctor Will See You Now – Online 

Just like the other office buildings, brick-and-mortar medical clinics have been relatively shuttered throughout the global lockdown. In the midst of the greatest medical emergency in the last 100 years, most people were cut off from their physicians — at least in person. Telemedicine enabled a remote connectivity between patients and physicians from any location at any time. TytoCare provides a cache of tools that allow physicians in their offices to perform physical exams on patients in their homes and global provider Dario Health has partnered with MediOrbis to provide 24/7 coverage and monitoring of their patients.

  1. No Borders, No Walls: Data Collaboration Becomes Huge

Although countries shut their borders and restricted travel, the distance between Tel Aviv, San-Francisco and Shanghai has never felt shorter. To solve the global health threat, scientists needed to share: share knowledge, share samples, share data. data.world is building a platform that will revolutionize the way individuals and organizations are working with data by increasing global accessibility and understanding of its catalogued data.

  1. Microbes Beware – Innovation Will Wipe You Out

Personal hygiene has long been an important but under-recognized factor in infection control. Due to the pandemic, public perception of personal hygiene has changed tremendously and people wearing masks and wiping down their seat at a restaurant is considered “safe” and “responsible,” not a germ nut. While personal protective equipment is a start, what’s really needed to contain the virus are portable and reliable anti-microbe disinfectant materials, such as those used by SaNOtize, which help individuals disinfect their upper respiratory tracts, nasal passages, and hands. These materials will play a crucial role in our everyday life for the foreseeable future.

  1. Eating Healthy Becomes Life or Death

In light of the pandemic, there has been an increase in the average person’s attention to their day-to-day health. Healthy habits starts with eating in an organized and healthy way. Tovala is the first company to regularly deliver easy-to-prepare, high-quality, personalized meal kits that fit different dietary requirements. Another accelerating trend in the health food tech sector is plant-based dietary alternatives. Ripple has found a way to employ proprietary clean protein technology to create a great-tasting, nutritional alternative to dairy.

  1. The Antiviral Revolution Takes Center Stage 

How do you kill something that’s not alive? This is the greatest struggle that scientists, clinicians and pharmaceutical companies have with treating viral infections and is one of the reasons that while hundreds of antibiotics have been developed, there are only a handful of successful, approved antiviral drugs for common viral infections. We at OurCrowd have been assessing and evaluating many different and varied therapeutic options both for COVID as well as other viral infections to rid humanity of that nuisance once and for all.

  1. The New Reality Brings New Cyber Threats

Gil Shwed, CheckPoint’s CEO, recently warned of the worldwide increase in cybersecurity threats during the COVID-19 crisis as a second pandemic, a “cyber pandemic.” IXDen, the leading provider of IoT security solutions for critical infrastructure, protects against malicious breaches seeking to cause functional problems. Similarly, CyberMed is a startup focusing on intelligent detection, prevention, and revision solution for medical devices. CyberMed is working to help protect the already strained healthcare sector, which encompasses connected medical devices along with a network of patient records at risk through cyber attacks. 

  1. Designer Vaccines Are Getting Ready for the Next Target   

Vaccines are considered one of the greatest medical innovations of all time.  But we have seen how they fall short when they’re not perfectly tailored to a particular strain of virus. To take on future pandemics, vaccines require flexible platforms, so every virus doesn’t need to be created from scratch. MigVax, one of the leading vaccine startups, is taking an innovative and revolutionary approach to creating a vaccine platform, which will be crucial for fighting COVID-19 as well as any future virus that we face.

 

In this rapidly changing new world, we expect these trends to continue to evolve and look forward to keeping you updated as new trends emerge.

Watch the complete session hereCatch the sessions you missed: replay the best of the OurCrowd Pandemic Innovation Conference.

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What’s Comes Next? OurCrowd Team Shares Top 10 Pandemic Tech Trends

For the past number of months, our global community has been focused on combating COVID-19. During this time of uncertainty, entrepreneurs have adapted to pandemic-focused innovation. To highlight the incredible efforts of those working to help society acclimate to our new environment and improve the current state of the pandemic, OurCrowd hosted its Pandemic Innovation Conference on June 22nd. The world is different now, and every new era comes with its own set of trends. In this segment, Labs/02 Partner Stav Erez and OurCrowd Medical Advisory Board Member Dr. Jonathan Wiesen discussed the top 10 tech trends affecting our global community in light of the pandemic.

  1. Say Goodbye To Your Office: The Virtual Becomes Real

The future of work and remote technologies is one of the first things that comes to mind following the COVID-19 pandemic. With the distancing protocols, people have turned to remote communication platforms, but that’s just part of the virtual revolution. We’ve also seen an uptick in use of products providing digital solutions, such as TechSee, a startup that helps engineers manage network troubles remotely, avoiding the need to enter people’s homes, keeping both parties safe. Another area that’s had to adapt to a virtual reality is fitness. Thanks to programs like Kemtai, which uses advanced computer vision to create a personalized home fitness experience, users are able to exercise at home and it’s as if a trainer were right there in the room.

  1. Beyond the PCR Drive-through: Diagnostic Testing Becomes Real Time

Medical testing has always been a serious endeavor performed by appointment in healthcare facilities or licensed labs. Social distancing measures and the fear of infection have caused medical appointments to move to large outdoor areas such as parking lots and open fields. Startups such as Sight Diagnostics, a point-of-care and complete blood count company, and MeMed, which developed technology to distinguish between bacterial and viral infections, are paving the way for “fast food” medical testing.

  1. Automation Leaps Ahead to Discovery: Robots Learn To Teach Themselves

During the OurCrowd Global Investor Summit a few months ago, we predicted that anything that can be automated, will be automated. We had no idea then just how quickly the automation trend would take off! This growth rate is largely due to the pandemic and the need for companies to be more efficient with fewer resources. The more companies are able to automate, the more efficient and agile the processes will become. For example, Kaholo is a startup that allows them to do just that through low-code visual platform for automating IT and DevOps tasks.  RPA, Robotic Process Automation, is about to replace the billions of repetitive, manual procedures that normally consume a lot of human attention and time. Additionally, companies like Kryon are spearheading this revolution by developing the RPA processes that don’t require any human intervention.

  1. The Doctor Will See You Now – Online 

Just like the other office buildings, brick-and-mortar medical clinics have been relatively shuttered throughout the global lockdown. In the midst of the greatest medical emergency in the last 100 years, most people were cut off from their physicians — at least in person. Telemedicine enabled a remote connectivity between patients and physicians from any location at any time. TytoCare provides a cache of tools that allow physicians in their offices to perform physical exams on patients in their homes and global provider Dario Health has partnered with MediOrbis to provide 24/7 coverage and monitoring of their patients.

  1. No Borders, No Walls: Data Collaboration Becomes Huge

Although countries shut their borders and restricted travel, the distance between Tel Aviv, San-Francisco and Shanghai has never felt shorter. To solve the global health threat, scientists needed to share: share knowledge, share samples, share data. data.world is building a platform that will revolutionize the way individuals and organizations are working with data by increasing global accessibility and understanding of its catalogued data.

  1. Microbes Beware – Innovation Will Wipe You Out

Personal hygiene has long been an important but under-recognized factor in infection control. Due to the pandemic, public perception of personal hygiene has changed tremendously and people wearing masks and wiping down their seat at a restaurant is considered “safe” and “responsible,” not a germ nut. While personal protective equipment is a start, what’s really needed to contain the virus are portable and reliable anti-microbe disinfectant materials, such as those used by SaNOtize, which help individuals disinfect their upper respiratory tracts, nasal passages, and hands. These materials will play a crucial role in our everyday life for the foreseeable future.

  1. Eating Healthy Becomes Life or Death

In light of the pandemic, there has been an increase in the average person’s attention to their day-to-day health. Healthy habits starts with eating in an organized and healthy way. Tovala is the first company to regularly deliver easy-to-prepare, high-quality, personalized meal kits that fit different dietary requirements. Another accelerating trend in the health food tech sector is plant-based dietary alternatives. Ripple has found a way to employ proprietary clean protein technology to create a great-tasting, nutritional alternative to dairy.

  1. The Antiviral Revolution Takes Center Stage 

How do you kill something that’s not alive? This is the greatest struggle that scientists, clinicians and pharmaceutical companies have with treating viral infections and is one of the reasons that while hundreds of antibiotics have been developed, there are only a handful of successful, approved antiviral drugs for common viral infections. We at OurCrowd have been assessing and evaluating many different and varied therapeutic options both for COVID as well as other viral infections to rid humanity of that nuisance once and for all.

  1. The New Reality Brings New Cyber Threats

Gil Shwed, CheckPoint’s CEO, recently warned of the worldwide increase in cybersecurity threats during the COVID-19 crisis as a second pandemic, a “cyber pandemic.” IXDen, the leading provider of IoT security solutions for critical infrastructure, protects against malicious breaches seeking to cause functional problems. Similarly, CyberMed is a startup focusing on intelligent detection, prevention, and revision solution for medical devices. CyberMed is working to help protect the already strained healthcare sector, which encompasses connected medical devices along with a network of patient records at risk through cyber attacks. 

  1. Designer Vaccines Are Getting Ready for the Next Target   

Vaccines are considered one of the greatest medical innovations of all time.  But we have seen how they fall short when they’re not perfectly tailored to a particular strain of virus. To take on future pandemics, vaccines require flexible platforms, so every virus doesn’t need to be created from scratch. MigVax, one of the leading vaccine startups, is taking an innovative and revolutionary approach to creating a vaccine platform, which will be crucial for fighting COVID-19 as well as any future virus that we face.

 

In this rapidly changing new world, we expect these trends to continue to evolve and look forward to keeping you updated as new trends emerge.

Watch the complete session hereCatch the sessions you missed: replay the best of the OurCrowd Pandemic Innovation Conference.

The post What’s Comes Next? OurCrowd Team Shares Top 10 Pandemic Tech Trends appeared first on OurCrowd.

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Here comes the largest VC-backed company developing automated driving technology in Europe

Automated or self-driving cars are no longer a vision of the future in sci-fi movies. However, even though a reality, there are still many improvements needed in the self-driving vehicle space. Multiple renown companies such as Alphabet, Tesla, GM, and others are working on improving the technology. 

While not as big, one such notable startup is AImotive, a Hungary-based automated driving technology company. It has secured €17.67 million in a new investment round. With total funding of €66.27 million, it has become the largest VC-backed company developing automated driving technology in Europe.

largest European VC-backed company working on self-driving tech eyes expansion

The latest investment round for AImotive was led by Lead Ventures, a Budapest based scale-up investor. Additionally, existing investors such as Robert Bosch Venture Capital, B Capital Group, Prime Ventures, Inventure, Samsung Catalyst Fund, and Draper Associates increased the size of their investment in the company. New investors such as Lead Ventures and Szechenyi Venture Fund also participated in the funding round as well.

There is a new addition to the company’s Board of Directors as well. Bernhard Bihr joins the board with 15 years of experience as President at Bosch Engineering GmbH. Furthermore, with the latest funding amount, the total funding secured by the company to €66.27 million. This means it is now the largest European VC-backed company working on self-driving technology. 

With fresh funds, AImotive aims to continue its international expansion and open offices in Munich, Germany, and Detroit, MI, USA. The company is already present in Yokohama, Japan, and Mountain View, United States. The latest expansion will strengthen the support for the company’s automotive partners in the two new locations. This latest round of funding and increased investment hints at the growing importance of software in the self-driving technology space. 

“Securing funding during the recession caused by the current pandemic underlines the high demand for, and trust in AImotive’s technologies that tackle the challenges of automated driving through a systematic approach. By not only concentrating on one piece of the automated driving puzzle, we have developed working solutions that solve real-world problems and can be deployed quickly. I am grateful to our investors for their support in the next phase of our growth,” says László Kishonti, founder and CEO of AImotive.

AImotive grows into a European powerhouse of automated driving development

Launched in 2015, AImotive is one of the largest independent teams in the world working on automated driving technologies. Founded CEO Laszlo Kishonti, the company develops self-driving software, proprietary simulation tools and neural network acceleration hardware IP. It is focussed on building an ecosystem to aid in the deployment of automated driving. 

With a current team size over 220 members, the company grew in the last five years. Alongside its Budapest headquarters, it now has offices and testing locations in key automotive areas over three different continents. The company’s developments heavily rely on artificial intelligence (AI) based software solutions. This led AImotive to build one of the largest AI research teams in Europe. 

AImotive also recently announced aiSim, its simulator for automated driving development. It is the only certified automotive-grade simulator of its kind. Enabling money savings, the simulator is also safer since one can conduct tests as many times as they want without any risks of the real world. 

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DriveU.auto, a LiveU spinout, comes out of stealth with $4M

Teleoperators who remotely monitor and control autonomous vehicles rely on high-performance connectivity to transfer 4K video, multiple audio streams and other data. Even a skosh of latency, jitter or packet loss could spell disaster for a teleoperator intervening to help an autonomous sidewalk delivery bot or even a robotaxi.

One Israeli startup, which spun out of video transmission technology company LiveU, has developed a connectivity platform aimed at ending unpredictable network behavior. Now, after a year as an independent company, DriveU.auto is coming out of stealth with $ 4 million in new funding.

The funding round was led by RAD group co-founder Zohar Zisapel and included participation from Two Lanterns Venture Partners, Yigal Jacoby, Kaedan Capital and other private investors. Francisco Partners is an existing shareholder. Alon Podhurst, who was vice president of sales at Israeli startup Cognata, has joined DriveU.auto as CEO.

The connectivity platform is designed specifically for teleoperations, a burgeoning technology used to support a variety of autonomous vehicle applications, including robotaxis, self-driving trucks and delivery drones.

DriveU.auto uses what it calls cellular bonding technology, 4K video encoding and advanced algorithms to adapt to changes on a network. Podhurst explained that the company’s “secret sauce” is how it fuses dynamic encoding and cellular network bonding to enable the level of connectivity needed for demanding AV use cases.

The platform provides the missing link for AV companies that want to deploy autonomous vehicles without a human safety driver, Podhurst told TechCrunch. It works in the two major use cases of teleoperations. Teleoperations can be used for direct driving, in which a remote human operator controls the autonomous vehicle. That operator can also use a teleoperations system for remote assistance such as providing high-level driving commands.

DriveU.auto started as a unit within LiveU. It was initially part of LiveU’s CTO office. Although it spun out as an independent company late last year and is now a standalone company, some of its shareholders also have stakes in LiveU.

DriveU.auto has demonstrated its platform with AV developers and Tier 1 suppliers on public roads in Europe, Israel, Japan and the United States, according to Prodhurst. The investment followed engagement with several customers that helped confirm market demand for its technology.

DriveU.auto isn’t sharing customer names. However, Podhurst was able to share that its product is being tested by companies developing delivery and robotaxi platforms, autonomous trucking technology as well as a Tier 1 supplier. DriveU.auto also has a long-term proof of concept agreement with another Tier 1 supplier.

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When it comes to SEO, domain extension matters, and surprisingly .ORG comes in last place…

 MorganLinton.com: As the domain name ecosystem has expanded beyond .COM and domain extensions like .IO, .AI, .CO and many others have gained popularity, one question keeps coming up – what about SEO? Are all domain name extensions created equal or does straying from .COM mean you’re creating an uphill battle for yourself when it comes to […
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Jason clearly has the magic touch when it comes to picking domains

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When it comes to SEO, picking a good hosting provider is part of the equation

 MorganLinton.com: I’ve been a regular reader of Tom’s Guide for a long time now, but I mostly read the site for its content related to graphics cards and building PCs. So I was surprised but also excited to see an article on their today about SEO and specifically about the role your hosting provider plays. While […]
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