How to Properly Design a Website That Will Be User Friendly

Properly Design a Website That Will Be User Friendly

If you want to make a website, but have little technical expertise, it can be pretty intimidating. But don’t despair. There is plenty you can do to cut the job down to size and make it manageable. 1. Pick a Platform Two of the most well-known platforms are WordPress and …

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WordPress As Home Base: 5 Ways WP Enables Office Management

Wordpress As Home Base

We typically think of WordPress as a platform for blogging, interacting with customers, and facilitating sales, but WordPress is also equipped to run your office effectively, whether employees are working onsite or remotely. WordPress can do a wonderful job of keeping you on task, but only as long as you’re …

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Why Performance Testing is So Important in All Industries

Why Performance Testing is So Important in All Industries

From time to time, we all have one of those days where too many people want something from us all at once. At work, a day like this often means that your inbox is flooded by far too many requests, questions and queries that it’s simply too difficult to keep …

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5 Simple Reasons Why Small Businesses Absolutely Must Backup Their Data

Small Businesses Must Backup Their Data

Small businesses often feel that topics like data backup and disaster recovery plans are only for big enterprises and organizations. As a result, they fail to take action when critical decisions should be made. In 2016, and the years to come, this will prove to be a fatal mistake for …

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How to Create a High-Converting Landing Page

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As a startup business it’s hard to have a big advertising budget and we would like to offer you a few guidelines for creating a high-converting landing page. Small biz owners must be creative, determined and compelling when promoting their business. The good news is that there are plenty of …

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5 Ways to Create a Secure Software Development Life Cycle (sSDLC)

Secure software development

Enterprise level software needs a tightly bound software development life cycle (SDLC) to ensure deployed applications follow business requirements and stay bug-free. In the Hollywood blockbuster version of this high-stakes process, that secure SDLC would require exactly five things: lasers, a group of witty nerds, a security program that features …

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