Google reveals right to be forgotten leaderboard
Global Marketing News - 27th November 2015 Google reveals "right to be forgotten" leaderboard Google has released a transparency report detailing "right to be forgotten" requests it has received from Europeans since May 2014.
New #marketingnerds podcast: how to come up with content idea for your blog by @akiliboon
In this episode of Marketing Nerds, Kelsey Jones and Amanda DiSilvestro talks about how you can come up with tons of content idea for your blog. The post New #MarketingNerds Podcast: How to Come up With Content Idea for Your Blog by @AkiLiboon appeared first on Search Engine Journal .
9 roadblocks that could be harming your google rankings by @barriesmithii
Barrie Smith put together this guide to highlight nine roadblocks that could be holding your website back from Google ranking success. The post 9 Roadblocks That Could be Harming Your Google Rankings by @barriesmithii appeared first on Search Engine Journal .
Online marketing news: death of a directory, are social ads as effective?, search getting smarter
Google Reveals Black Friday In-Store Traffic Data to Help Improve Focus of Online Ads [Infographic] - Google has created a new infographic which looks at in-store traffic patterns over the holiday season, using anonymized Location History records.
Measurefest 2015: what did we learn?
Yesterday was MeasureFest's inaugural edition from Brighton. Hosted in the city's Corn Exchange, MeasureFest this time provided three distinct sessions; Attribution, Testing, and Measurement (which could also have been called 'How to wrangle Google Analytics data into a better, prettier, and more comparative format'). All in all, there was something there for everyone,
Beginning Java 8 APIs, Extensions and Libraries
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Cisco AnyConnect issue on Windows 8/8.1
Year ago, when I bought my HP ENVY 17” notebook, with preinstalled Windows 8, I found, that I will not able to use Cisco VPN Client with this computer. After a few minutes of connection it stopped to show any node in remote network. Although it kept the connection I was unable to reach any host on my remote Virtual Private Network. I tried the Shrew Soft VPN client too. It did not solve my problem.
When our company bought “Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client” the problem was solved with this client software.
Yesterday our netadmin installed the new version of client and on my next connect it was automatically updated to the version 4.2.00096. After the installation finished I had the same problems, which were year ago. It connects but I can do nothing. Even ping after few seconds drops. I tried to uninstall AnyConnect and all other VPN clients, reinstalled it several times, disabled IPV6, and connected to the switch with Ethernet cable, no way.
Then I found, that, when I connected into VPN client I’m unable to open internet sites too. It cannot resolve internet DNS addresses too. Then I changed the Provider Order in Advanced settings of network adapter, and problem was salved.
Here is the detailed step-by-step guide:
- open Network and Sharing Center from Control Panel
- click on Change adapter settings. It will open Network Connections window
- from menu chose Advanced and Advanced settings…
- switch into Provider Order tab in Advanced Settings dialog
- click on Microsoft Windows Network and move it into top of the hierarchy by clicking up arrow
- That’s all
It solved my problem with losing VPN nodes. Here is the snapshot of Advanced Settings dialog after changing the providers' order.
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