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January 15, 2011


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Top Stocks

This blog Is very informative ,I am really pleased to post comment on this blog .you explain each and every point very well.


Tony Faustino

Top Stocks, thank you for coming by and leaving your kind comment. Cheers!

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This becomes an issue on how enterprises respond on such instances. The technology platforms are given for disaster recovery. The problem now shifts on how enterprises make use of them.

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Social media can help in disseminating information faster compared to traditional media. And this is exactly the reason why it became a very powerful tool to internet marketing.

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