Before You Jump Into a Web Project Make Some Goals!

Before You Jump Into a Web Project Make Some Goals!

Making the decision to start a web project can seem overwhelming. There’s so much to know: audience, SEO, and catchy domain names are just a few. And unless you’re a web developer, it’s hard to sift through all the advice and add-ons to figure out exactly what you need. In this blog, we’re going to outline the four goals you need to set before you start your web project.

Accessibility Standards: Is Your Site Compliant?

Accessibility Standards: Is Your Site Compliant?

Recently, businesses and organizations in the Phoenix area were subjected to a series of frivolous lawsuits under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). These were frivolous in the sense that it someone simply drove around measuring signs or browsed the Internet looking for any minor item they could. No formal complaints were ever filed and no one was given the opportunity to remedy the situation, they were just given a dollar figure to settle with and they'd be left alone. Unfortunately, many businesses paid up. Thankfully, the Arizona Legislature stepped in and put a stop to this.

Cyber-Security for Small Business Owners (Part 3)

Cyber-Security for Small Business Owners (Part 3)

In the last of our three-part series on cyber-security, we're going to talk about how you can create a culture of security to prepare your employees to avoid the single biggest threat: human error.

Cyber-Security for Small Business Owners (Part 2)

Cyber-Security for Small Business Owners (Part 2)

Last week, we outlined some of the reasons cyber-security matters for small business. This week, we're going to provide you with some basic tools to help secure your Web site.