Where You May Find Your Next Client
I think of our company as one that provides reliable service, but I have been recently affirmed in this notion when I began reaching out through social media. The results blew me away. This summer we launched a new initiative to reach out to our personal connections and see whom we know. It wasn’t a . . .
Are people more trustworthy now? I say yes… here is why
The general consensus is that Generation Y is less trustworthy than any before it. This is not the case and we are getting a bad rap for a few bad apples. Our entire social graph is online now and in many cases publicly exposed. Our interactions, our relationships and our friends are public record. Everyone . . .
Zombie Apocalypse – Preparing Your Business
Sunset arrives and your afternoon nap went a little long. Suddenly you launch yourself from the couch and hurriedly begin closing your shutters using the new bolts you located on Amazon, which also introduced its latest product; Zombie Preparedness Kits; complete with HK1 hydrokinetic adjustable wrench that you never knew you needed until now. With . . .
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What do CFO’s Want?
CFO’s and business owners want feedback from their programmers, which is tough when often times the better programmers have spent their lives incubating skills that borrow from their ability to return phone calls. And costs for a web site are all over the place; from several hundred dollars for a simple revision to a hundreds of . . .
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Productivity for the Startup Executive
As your company grows and the demands on your time grow more and more monumental, it is easy to fall into the trap of just reacting to the emails, forms and communication that bombard you with increasing frequency. Your insurance company wants you to get some forms signed for them. You answer the phone, and . . .
NoSQL – How a Movement Gives You Speed
In the past, developing web applications meant using SQL. For those relying on relational data, this was no problem. But for those with massive amounts of data, this was like steering a barge – a bulky solution, creating drag-on queries when the intended goal was speed and availability. As Whiteboard looks at the architecture of . . .