In my last post, we continued our discussion about Shared and Dedicated IP addresses with a focus on business resources. We expanded on the initial post which introduced the technology and focused on the three core facets of Internet business required to stay relevant: stability, resource utilization, and reputation. In this final post of the […]
Introduction? Check. Scope of work? Check. Creative process? Check. Timeline, milestones, and expectations? Check. Payment terms? Check. Signature line? Check. These are all the basics of putting together freelance contracts. Putting together a basic freelance contract for a website project isn’t difficult as long as you’re only ever building small, basic websites for small amounts […]
A question we get a lot from our site builders is around WordPress themes. Specifically, where to get them, how do they know if they are good, and so on. The WordPress theme market is heavily saturated, so finding a good theme can be a bit difficult. When you do find a theme, the question […]
It’s one of those things that’s so simple, you wonder why everyone isn’t doing it. Starting your own hosting business is cheap, easy, and safe, considering that every company (and plenty of individuals) need their own websites. But why bother starting your own hosting business when your plate is already full? Here are some reasons:
In the past, it was very clear what you meant when talking about a business’s corporate network. A few servers and PCs, a laptop or two, maybe a VOIP solution, all protected by a firewall. Remote work, where it existed, was relatively rare, and subject to heavy authentication. Then the smartphone was born.