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A Simple Guide to Embedding Google Drive in WordPress

If you’re struggling with redundant documents or an intranet that barely gets used, you might want to try embedding Google Drive in WordPress.

If your company runs an intranet resource using WordPress, you’ve no doubt encountered the limitation of the WordPress media storage system. It’s slow to load, it doesn’t have a strong organizational architecture, and it isn’t easy to browse through. Which makes sense, really: WordPress is great for blog content and inter-company resources, but file management and office software is hardly their expertise.

Embedding Google Drive in WordPress marries all of the functionality (and shareability) of Google Docs, Google Sheets, and your Google file folders with the blog-style ease-of-use of a WordPress-based intranet.

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sysadmin certifications

7 Sysadmin Certifications to Give You a Leg Up

Getting hired as a sysadmin is trickier than it’s ever been, but the right sysadmin certifications will keep you agile in a shifting marketplace.

With cloud and hybrid services disrupting the traditional model (in-house servers maintained by an in-house sysadmin), it’s vital that current and future sysadmins never stop learning. And while most sysadmin jobs don’t require more than a bachelor’s degree, it’s going to be your certs and your skills that put you in demand.

We’re going to guide you through the certifications for Windows, Linux, and cloud services that can bolster your resume, expand your skillset, and ensure that you’re positioned to look as attractive as possible in any job interview.

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Get subscribers on Wordpress

A Beginner’s Guide to Premium Content and Subscription Billing for WordPress

Building a loyal audience of paying subscribers isn’t easy, but we can help you with strategies and tools to build your readership and set up subscription billing for WordPress.

Powering your site with WordPress is the first step toward a successful paying audience, for a very good reason. WordPress is a juggernaut: WordPress sites, in total, see over 400 million visitors a month. WordPress is stable, popular, and, best of all, completely customizable with plugins.

In this article, we’re not only going to help you set up subscription billing for WordPress, but we’ll also aid you in finding subscribers and building the kind of content users want to drop money on.

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Effective Knowledge Base

6 Tips for Creating an Effective Knowledge Base

Jobs are requiring more tech-savvy workers and remote work is increasing: your company needs an effective knowledge base to operate long-term. A knowledge base keeps institutional knowledge from becoming “unspoken rules”; it helps train new employees, and it organizes all your useful information into one clean database.

A knowledge base is a repository of useful information. While an internal wiki is generally for those inside your company or for other businesses you may have close relationships with, a knowledge base can also refer to a customer-facing resource designed to answer questions, provide troubleshooting tips, or just house instructional material. It works just like a wiki, gathering topic-based “articles” into an easy-to-organize system.

These tips will walk you through the entire process of setting up your knowledge base or internal wiki, from ideation to structure, organization, launch, and upkeep over time.

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Google Apps Login is trusted by thousands of organizations from small businesses to NASDAQ-listed companies and government organizations.

Users click their way through Login via Google (just one click after the first time)

Users click their way through Login via Google (just one click after the first time)


You can try it out by clicking below to auto-create a test account on this site! This will show you the basic Google login process.
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Logging in is only the start – Google Apps Login takes care of all your WordPress user management. Find out more here.

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