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Website Security Isn’t Optional

Take A Proactive, Defensive Position When It Comes To Keeping Your Systems Safe Small Business Insights: Security Protecting your small business website design can't be an optional, add-on feature and that's why we trust Sucuri with our own website. The Sucuri Firewall (WAF) protects your small business website from software vulnerability exploitation attempts, brute force attacks [...]

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Why We Don’t Offer Email Accounts

Looking For A Company Email System? Run, Don't Walk From Accounts Tied To Your Hosting Small Business Insights: Email Any self-respecting website designer that includes hosting as a service likewise offers email accounts as well, right? That's just how things are done. I mean not only email accounts, but unlimited email accounts with unlimited [...]

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A CloudFlare Out

Is CloudFlare A Myth? Small Business Insights: Technical I’ve bounced back and forth on Cloud Flare’s free CDN (content delivery network) service for the better part of a year. Every now and then, I’d configure a website with Cloud Flare and the best of intentions. It is after all supposed to protect websites from [...]

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AT&T UVERSE: A 2 Minute Review

Speed Matters: In Search Of High-Speed Internet Outside Of A Major Metro Small Business Insights: Techincal Originally posted in 2009 For literally years I looked forward to the UVERSE network upgrade that inched slowly-ever so slowly-toward my Little Rock suburb. I checked 'availability' about once a month (using an online tool) and even called [...]

Javascript Disabled: Is That Really A Common Problem?

Creating websites that perform and present content correctly and uniformly across various browsers and operating systems is one the primary responsibilities of any self-respecting web designer. And to any web-dude or dudette that doesn't make that end-game a primary focus of their process I say, shame on you. There, consider yourself rebuked. I can only [...]

2000domain(.net)-When Registrars Go Bad

If you've ever registered a domain, there is a high probability that you're dealing with folks in a far off, perhaps even exotic location. Australia, India or perhaps even as far off as Philadelphia. Allow me this short history: I don't know if this makes me "old school' (I'm not "OG"...you know, "Original Geek"), [...]