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Web Hosting | Nov. 12, 2013
As advances in technology allow people to be connected more than ever before, today’s workforce is less likely to work in an office, all day, every day. Instead, workers are increasingly distributed and mobile, often conducting business from numerous locations using several new platforms to do so.
High Availability | Nov. 12, 2013
How many times have you come across a website that might look nice, yet annoys you with quirks, annoyances, or broken links? If you have a website (any who doesn't these days?), then you'll want to do your best to make sure that all of your visitors have a pleasant experience.
Performance Optimization | Nov. 12, 2013
Magento was built to be the most customizable ecommerce system possible; however the qualities that make Magento so accommodating can potentially cause some performance concerns. It’s important to configure Magento for the best performance in your environment.
Disaster Recovery | Nov. 12, 2013
A brute force attack involves trying any and all combinations of commonly used passwords to gain access to an account or access to the administration section of your WordPress site. WordPress is one of the most commonly used frameworks for building websites today.
Performance Optimization | Oct. 14, 2013
Most of us have an opinion on which technology is the best and why everyone should use it. Whether it’s Mac or PC, Droid or iPhone, our passion for our gadgets can get pretty intense. You see this passion a lot when discussing which browsers are the best for surfing the web.
Web Hosting | Oct. 12, 2013
In our last article on the basics of responsive design, we discussed media queries and how they can be used to help create a somewhat responsive web design by defining breakpoints for various screen sizes. But in order for content to truly be responsive, we must also utilize fluid grids.