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What’s in a name anyway?

When deciding to put your business online the first and often most critical decision you will have to make is your domain name (sometimes called a URL). The wrong name can frustrate or confuse a user which at the end of the day may cost you a client.

What has your website done for you lately?

How is your website today? Many people can’t answer that question because they haven’t visited their website today. Some haven’t been there for a week; others longer. It’s not that they don’t care about their business, but they just don’t expect much from their website. Sure, it has to be there, but beyond that, the language around the website’s purpose gets really fuzzy. Is that you?

A Server? We are too small for a server!

There are many misconceptions in the world of business and technology however few things are more feared then moving to a server/client environment. Servers are not something to be feared; in fact they are something that should be embraced by almost any sized company.

Sometimes we like to learn the hard way

For many, technology can represent a scary unknown. Some of us have been online for years while others are just getting online for the first time. Whether you are new to the Internet or have been online for years make sure you understand the dangers lurking in the shadows. In many cases, ignorance can be bliss. For an increasing many however, that bliss can turn into a nightmare when the unthinkable happens: “I got a virus!”

Are you getting the most out of your website?

Many companies launch a new website expecting people will show and start purchasing goods and services. The reality is that getting a quality website online is only the beginning.

Spam… Why Me?

One of the most common questions I receive is ‘Why do I receive so much spam and how can I prevent it?’

Accessibility 3.0

We’re experiencing a backlash to the ‘wall of information’ that most websites have presented us for the last few years. It’s like we’ve all got headaches from the ‘visual noise’ and are now looking for space, clarity, and room to think. The main challenge in web design today is to make it easy for all visitors to easily get the information they need, without a lot of distracting stuff. Let’s call it Accessibility 3.0.

Ethics in a dog-eat-dog world

There are two ways to conduct business, and I know which side I sit on…

The technology lifecycle… When will the next landslide begin?

Market trends, emerging products, and business requirements often dictate the technology lifecycle. What is the next big product that will push businesses to re-invest in technology?

Thinking about brand?

This is the right time in our economy to ramp up for growth. However, we need to remember that times have seriously changed.

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