SVG for the Future of High Resolution Displays

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Scalable Vector Graphics(SVG) has been around for 15 years now, but the advantages of using SVG images are growing more clear as HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript are being touted to develop the next generation of progressive web apps. SVG is a scalable image that can be created and edited with any text editor and printed […]

Better Security With Windows 10

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Windows 10 has introduced three levels of security to protect your PC from harmful programs and emerging security threats. These categories include Identity and Access Control, Information Protection and Malware Resistance. Identity and Access Control Organizations frequently use passwords or smartcards which can be lost or compromised. Windows Hello and Microsoft Passport were created to […]

Micro Moments

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I have been reading up on micro moments, those key moment “somethings” that happen while using the phone or computer for more than just killing time. There is a proven growth in sales and consumer acquisition due to capitalizing on these moments and many leading businesses are taking note. Google has coined these precise reasons […]

Could Your Small Business Use its Own Mobile App?

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Walk into any small business and you will likely be able to identify an example of industry evolution that has come to the mainstream in only the last decade. In the late 80s and early 90s we began to see computers in the back offices of every business for purposes of bookkeeping and the like. […]

Another Day, Another Google Scammer

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We get messages from clients all of the time telling us that Google is calling them in order to tell them this and that about their website or their Google+ page. Is this possible? It has been known to happen regarding a Google+ page and Google has even rolled out small sample telephone sales programs […]

Who Owns Your Website?

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It is hard to believe, but as recently as ten years ago, most small businesses did not have a website online. Between 2000 and 2010, thousands of new small business websites were being launched online each and every week. Business owners contracted with everyone from local web design firms to yellow page style directories to […]

Using Tortoise SVN

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When collaborating with other programmers often files can get lost or written over.  This problem is resolved when using Tortoise SVN. Using Tortoise SVN is important to us because it allows collaboration and file history, similar to Git Hub. You won’t need to identify different versions of the code because Tortoise SVN will do that for you automatically. […]

5 Steps In Understanding Web Technology Relationships

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1. What is a domain name server and what does it do? Domain Name Server is like a record book that stores your web address with a series of numbers that tell computers where to find your website. The DNS makes it easy for people to search a website by using words. It points our […]

E-learning With Tin Can API, Captivate 8, and LearnDash

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E-learning has taken giant leaps over the past year, and Adobe Captivate 8 has stepped up with their integration of Tin Can Api, a data tracking system that collects results from events taking place on and offline. Captivate 8 also has a brand new interface that takes a short time to learn. Over the past 14 years […]

 

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