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Drupal CMS Versions 7 & 8 Reach End-of-Life in 2021 – Plan Now!

November 4th, 2019

By Brad Frederick

2021 may seem like a long time off, but we’re already halfway through 4th quarter of 2019, so it won’t be long until it’s here. Planning for a software/system upgrade takes time, and there are many factors to consider. You ... Read More

Website Testing – Which Browsers Matter?

September 4th, 2019

By Brad Frederick

One of the challenges with web-based development is that the delivery mediums are developed by many and are constantly changing. These mediums typically come in the form of desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. This not only makes development a challenge ... Read More

Traveling to Paris: Where to Go, What to Do, and Tech Tips

August 5th, 2019

By Antoine Dubeauclard

With 40 million visitors to the greater Paris region annually – it is no doubt the tourism capital of the world. This post will provide practical advice on how to stay connected, where to go and what do in the ... Read More

Customer Journeys: Redefining the Funnel from Attribution to Transaction

June 10th, 2019

By Antoine Dubeauclard

Consciously or not, we interact with marketing every day. While professionals in the trade may be more aware of the techniques used in marketing, the space has become so complex and data-driven that it is hard to fully grasp the ... Read More

Which CMS Is Best for Your Website?

April 30th, 2019

By Brad Frederick

What exactly is a Content Management System (or CMS)? And, with over 100 Content Management Systems to choose from, how do you decide which is best for your organization? Luckily, we can help. A CMS is a technology platform that is ... Read More

Google Gets Fined Over $50 million Dollars, And… You Could Be Liable Too.

March 4th, 2019

By Brad Frederick

Google was recently fined almost $57 million by the French regulators who claimed Google didn’t fully disclose to users how their personal information is collected, what happens to it, and also didn’t properly obtain users’ consent for the purposes of ... Read More

How Much is Too Much? – A Parent’s Guide to the Internet

January 30th, 2019

By Antoine Dubeauclard

As time goes by, device, smart phone and computer use by children seems to increase – and the acceptable age for children seems to likewise decrease. While many adults are increasingly becoming aware of the challenges of technologies, how should ... Read More

Benefits and Challenges of the New WordPress Gutenberg Content Editor

December 28th, 2018

Since WordPress was released in 2003, its core content editor for posts and pages has changed very little. Looking back, the vast majority of changes to the content editor came from third-party plugins. However, a major change is right on ... Read More

Understanding Websites: A Developer’s Perspective

December 5th, 2018

Most people today take out their phone, or fire up their computer and look up information on the internet without thinking twice about what’s involved in making it work. We’re exploring some of the most important concepts involved and how ... Read More

Social Media Hacking in 2018

November 4th, 2018

For anyone who’s been on the internet in the past 20 years or so, hacks are not a surprising concept. After all, a new hack is being deployed to businesses, organizations, or individuals every 39 seconds. Many people can recognize ... Read More


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