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Archive for the 'E-Business Tools' Category

Seminar 2 - Entre Corp

Monday, September 11th, 2006

This session covers legal issues around software development, including end user license agreements, Internet and ISP regulation in Canada, domain name resolution on the internet, and Copyright, trademark, and patent issues. Plus, how PIPEDA affects your business, Employee privacy laws, and non-compete agreements.

E-mail Money Transfers

Monday, July 17th, 2006

Five of the major Canadian banks offer e-mail money transfers. For those of you that sell online you might want to explore if this is an option right for your e-business. You can now e-mail money to people from your accounts at one of these banks and it seems that anyone can receive money, even if they are outside of Canada. There is a fee for sending money but it is free to receive

Search Engine Tips

Friday, July 14th, 2006

Approximately 65% of Canadians use Google to find websites. It is always great to find the site you want on your first search and there are documents that will help you search better. Gaining more experience with search engines will better equip you to search engine optimize your e-business website.

Free Business Web Applications

Wednesday, June 28th, 2006

Software can be more expensive for business owners then the actual computer. There are online programs that could replace traditional ones that you may use. All of the programs listed in the article are free for your business to use.

Interactive Business Planner (IBP)

Tuesday, June 20th, 2006

“The IBP is the first business planning software product designed specifically to operate on the World Wide Web. The IBP uses the capabilities of the Internet to assist entrepreneurs in preparing a 3 year business plan for their new or existing business.” Source: Government of Canada

VoIP For E-Business

Friday, June 9th, 2006

VoIP is becoming more popular, there are TV commercials and banner ads on web sites promoting it, but what is it?
VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol, simply speaking “talking over the Internet”.

Student Connections Drop-in Day

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2006

University of Alberta Student Connections will be hosting two free drop-in sessions on Wednesday and Friday of this week.

The schedule for this monthly event is as follows:

Wednesday May 3rd
1PM - Using and Configuring E-mail
2PM - Search Engine Optimization
3PM - Information Security

Using the “Trackback” Feature to Build Traffic to Your Business Blog

Friday, April 21st, 2006

Trackback links notify you when one of your blog posts have been referred to or quoted by another blog. Generally, when another blog references your post and includes a trackback link, a comment will be displayed in the comment section of your post.

Public Wireless Internet Access

Tuesday, March 28th, 2006

The E-Future Centre’s blog has profiled some American cities wi-fi projects. There is an article published by the Edmonton Journal that discuses Edmonton’s current situation and possible future strategies.

Open House

Thursday, March 16th, 2006

Student Connections (SC) and Technology Training Centre (TTC) University of Alberta would like to invite you to our Open House on Friday, March 17th, from Noon - 4:00 PM.