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DEC

23

4 Questions to Prepare for a Software Development Project

Posted by: Annastasia Webster

4 Questions to Prepare for a Software Development Project

If you’re in charge of cooking Christmas dinner for a family, you know that the best meals require preparation. Personally, I spend the week before Christmas figuring out what the menu will be and assembling a grocery list. Then I make a plan for my preparations the day before and even for what needs to be done and when the day of the event.

Software development may be something you plan to outsource next year for your company, but a large project takes a lot of internal preparation before you ever engage with a software development company. Yes, this is all information that you can gather during the project, but there are risks to this approach. You might identify needs late in the project which increase the budget. Or you may increase the amount of time a project takes by not having these questions answered ahead of time...

NOV

21

5 Reasons to Consider a Website Redesign

Posted by: Annastasia Webster

5 Reasons to Consider a Website Redesign

Your Web site is one of the public faces your company presents to the world. It is part of the image potential customers, investors and employees form of your company before they even talk to a single team member.

Today, when the internet is the first place many people look when they want to find a service provider or product, company Web sites are more important than ever. When was the last time you had a refresh of the design of your company Web site? If it has been more than a few years, you may be overdue for a new site...

OCT

22

Why Do You Need a Firewall for your Business?

Posted by: RFX Team Member

Why Do You Need a Firewall for your Business?

It happens frequently: network professionals are hired to install security devices or fix network issues and learn that the system has been breached by a hacker. They find malware is already on the customer’s server. Once the malware has started to cause issues with the network, it may have been in place for quite some time without anyone being the wiser. The malware may be sending confidential data to nefarious third parties, using your server as a launching point for a cyber attack, or corrupting your data so that you are unable to access it.