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For those of you who are regular smartphone users, I’m sure you have come across sites which require a lot of fidgeting to zoom in, navigation buttons going to nowhere or a page that doesn’t load at all. Whether advancing in technology is something you embrace or stay away from, it is important to consider your market...
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Pitching for your first grant or investment can be a daunting task. We’ve in the past pitched to a few funders including a Competitive Start Enterprise Ireland pitch last December for our Kesho Town game. We’re currently batting 100% (Albeit we’ve only gone for a few!) but still we’re reliably informed that our pitching was...
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Creating columns are a great way to organise the likes of images or paragraphs of text on your webpages. There are quite a few plugins available on WordPress that I have found which allow you to set your own amount of columns and their width using shortcodes. They are easy to use for those starting...
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Blogging is a great way to interact with an audience (as we have discovered ourselves quickly here!). We have found that our clients are looking to develop a website where they can engage with their prospective customers. We have advised them to keep a blog which they not only keep on their site, but also...
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Having a great memorable domain is key in todays online world and while the .com arena is full to capacity at this point of every conceivable word and their combination the .ie (.IE is the domain suffix of Irish domains in much the same way as .CO.UK is for UK based entities.) space remains relatively...
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Changing form one computer to another should be a happy joyous occasion - I mean who doesn't want new stuff - however the actual process of moving from one piece of hardware to another is often times slow, frustrating and can lead to unforeseen costs. After many many migrations you get to learn what's required...
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So aside from the panic, prayers and assortment of 4 letter words how am I typing this blog post 2 days later on the very same MacBook? Below are my tips from this experience and the 10 years + I've had to help others who've done the same
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I've had the unfortunate experience of helping a number of companies to overcome security breaches in the past and it's doubly unfortunate when the breaches could have been prevented with a minimum of fuss and a little bit of effort.
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I know, it's 20 years old where on earth am I going to encounter Windows 3.1? That's what i thought too, then we encountered the mother of all laser cutting machines (and not that old) being run on Windows 3.1. Once the prerequisite nostalgia had passed we were left with a rather large issue.
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There are a hundred and one options when it comes to hosting packages and detailed below are the main ones relating to what most SME's require from experience. What you'll pay will vary from place to place and bear in mind if you're moving provider then you will need to factor in the time and...
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