Windows Server 2003 End of Life: The End is Near

  Head’s up: if your company’s servers are running any version of Windows Server 2003 (WS2003) and you don’t yet have a plan in place to upgrade your servers, time is running short. Microsoft ended mainstream support of WS2003 in 2010 and established an official end-of-life date of July 14, 2015 for all versions of WS2003. And so, we ask you:  Are

WordPress 4.0 – What’s new in “Benny”?

Benny Goodman was a famous jazz clarinet player from the early-to-mid 20th century – there’s a good chance you’ve heard some of his music in the background of old-time video. Now, alongside his fame in music, he’s the namesake for the latest version of WordPress. Despite the round number, WordPress 4.0 doesn’t rock the boat in the same way 3.9 did. There

Does Your Business Need a New Website? 6 Questions to Ask.

Websites are an integral part of communication in today’s business world. A business without a website misses countless opportunities to inform and connect with their customers, every hour of the day, every day of the week. In many ways, a website is a salesperson who never takes a day off. Obviously, if your business has a website, you’ve got a distinct advantage

WordPress 3.8 – What to Know Before You Update

WordPress 3.8 was released on December 12, 2013 to a lot of excitement, certainly around our office. Code named “Parker,” WP 3.8 introduces some great new features and enhancements that continue to impress. So what is new in WordPress 3.8? A new, modern design for the dashboard. WordPress developers introduced a new look, customization options, and improvements, such as: Tablet focused /