From The Ground to The Cloud! Cloud Computing is being adopted by large and small companies for their numerous benefits. As the technology grows, it will soon become the industry standard if it has not already. It’s affordable and stays up-to-date! It should be a part every small business’ success story and this post aims to shine some […]
I’m going to spoil this whole blog by telling you the three reasons you should build your own eCommerce website in this very first sentence: eBay, Etsy, and Amazon. That’s it, there you have it, that’s why you should build your own eCommerce website. I know what you’re thinking: “Deborah, you’ve gone completely bananas. I […]
In the our 20-odd years with PHP, there have always been people attempting to work a step or two ahead of where the language was at the time. Working with PHP4 in the early 2000s, when a very elementary Java-derived object model was grafted on the language, people attempted to write proper Java without the […]
I’m going to take a wild guess and say that probably most of you reading this right now have approximately a three-step daily commute these days. I mean, literally, you take three steps and you’re there. And if more than that, it’s probably still shorter than one minute, right? So what better time than now […]
The dilemma So government has forced you to close up shop. And the landlord is still expecting you to pay rent. And you’ve got bills to pay. You’ve got products that are going to go out of fashion. You’ve got people who rely on you for employment. You’ve got your own family to support! So […]
The title seems so simple, “how to survive a pandemic in 5 easy steps,” right? I’m sure the extroverts out there think I’m nuts. It’s true, as an introvert, this is my time to shine. I’ve never felt better. Working at home in front of my computer with my kids locked out of my bedroom […]
This is based off of a Facebook post I made over the weekend: Let’s go over some of the things that the federal government has promised to help small businesses and the arbitrary restrictions they have put on it, likely to prevent abuse, but in reality those arbitrary restrictions prevent businesses that actually really need […]
Things sure happen quickly, don’t they? Right now in Alberta “mass gatherings” can’t have more than 50 people attending it, unless it’s for an essential service. Lots of companies, especially tech companies like ours, are having their staff work remotely. No one has any idea how long this will last either. Two weeks? Two months? […]
The coronavirus has been pretty big in the news. If you’re like me you’re probably already groaning about reading yet another article about it. But I realized that there is a very important thing that businesses need to consider, regarding this pandemic. We all know that if there’s a quarantine businesses will obviously lose sales […]
In the past few weeks we’ve seen people stockpiling toilet paper and other items, which sometimes seems a little crazy. In this episode, Deborah and Leah talk about stockpiling, emergency preparedness, and other odd things people do (or don’t do) in a time of pandemic and emergency.
Deborah and Kelly discuss ways you can improve your business’s local SEO.
I’ve been thinking about self-driving cars a lot lately. It’s a fun topic to look into and there’ve been several interesting articles recently. There’s been a lot of talk out there because the self driving car reports from California have come out for this year. I agree with this article, however, which points out that […]