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10 Important Things Your Website Might Be Missing (Part 2)

Posted on April 25, 2019 by Leslie Brewer
This is a continuation of the "10 Important Things Your Website Might Be Missing Part 1" blog post from April 11th.  A website is one of the most powerful marketing tools you will have for your business. If you haven't put much thought into the plan ...
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10 Important Things Your Website Might Be Missing (Part 1 of 2)

Posted on April 11, 2019 by Leslie Brewer
This is a 2-part series, the second half of this article will be posted on Thursday, April 25th. Do you ever wonder why your website isn't bringing in new business? You have the staff, vision and determination, but you're hitting a wall. Sound familia...
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Is Your Website Vulnerable to Hackers?

Posted on March 28, 2019 by Leslie Brewer
Would it be easy or difficult for a hacker to break into your business website? If you don’t know, or suspect that your data isn’t as secure as you might like, then you aren’t alone. We talk with dozens of clients every year who admit they haven’t...
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The Basics of Website Security

Posted on February 28, 2019 by Leslie Brewer
Given that hacks and data breaches seem to be in the news virtually every month, it’s not surprising that one of the biggest questions we hear from clients is: “how do I keep my website and data safe?” There are many answers to this question, of ...
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4 IT Needs Every Rural Hospital Shares

Posted on February 14, 2019 by Leslie Brewer
Overseeing technology for a rural hospital can be a daunting task. In some ways, smaller medical centers have more significant and pressing needs than larger urban care facilities. At the same time, they typically have tighter budgets to contend with. ...
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What Google’s SSL Preference Means For You

Posted on October 6, 2016 by Julie Short
A few weeks ago, a spokesperson for Google made waves by confirming an idea web designers and SEO experts had begun to suspect: that the world’s most popular search engine will be using SSL connections as a search signal. In other words, websites with S...
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