By Ralph Eck on Feb, 04, 2014
The phrase used to be that “millions of consumers are turning to smartphone and tablets”. Sadly, that phrase is very outdated and the new numbers are astounding. By the end of 2014 the total number of worldwide mobile devices will be in excess of 7.3 billion. This equates to more mobile phones than the entire… Read the full post
By Ralph Eck on Aug, 15, 2013
In the world of real estate the key words are; location, location and location. In the world of IT the keys words are; monitor, monitor and monitor. The greatest advantage you can have in any business is knowing what is happening and this is especially true when it comes to your; website, servers and IT… Read the full post
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By Ralph Eck on Jul, 12, 2013
The importance of how your website is performing can not be stressed enough. If your site is slow and the pages build poorly it will have a direct affect on how successful your business is. If your site returns error codes because it is suffering from requests that time out it is catastrophic. Your clients… Read the full post
By Ali Gajani on Jul, 09, 2013
Website performance—how fast your website loads—is one of the most important indicators of online success. Even if you have great content and perfect Search Engine Optimization (SEO), a slow website will drive away visitors and make Google think twice about including your site in its results. Here’s why:
By Ralph Eck on Jul, 02, 2013
In our previous article we discussed the reintroduction of the integrated Monitis Web Load Tester and why it is so important to you. To properly maintain your sites performance on a day to day basis you should run this test on a set routine schedule and also prior to an anticipated surge in traffic. By… Read the full post
By Ralph Eck on Jun, 24, 2013
It would be a big challenge today to find a business that does not rely on computer technology. Even the smallest of businesses require this and the vast majority of businesses moves well beyond that simple level and establish their own networks. Doing this allows; streamlining operations, enhanced communications, shared data storage, consolidated reporting… Read the full post
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