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Entries by Janell
A small business seeking growth has a lot to consider. Obtaining and managing data now can affect decades of market presence, and swift management can mean meeting goals in months instead of years, but as with any organism, a business is at its most vulnerable when it is in its earliest stages. Security breaches are […]
Our modern lives have been built on the back of unwavering certainty. Steam engines allowed us to spread out, trade, and communicate across vast distances. Modern medicine is built on guaranteed biological reactions within us. That’s the kind of definitive cause and effect we’re finding in big data and data analysis. Couple that with the […]
How does using data/business intelligence give businesses an edge over those who don’t utilize customer or company data? Data is the most valuable commodity for any modern business. Small bits of information — such as customer age, consumer habits, and location — all add up to a bigger picture. Minute, seemingly disposable data accumulates to […]
Background: Skyline Bricktown came to amshot as a new company without a website. Their logo is a red and grey rendering of the Skyline building with an all caps, sans-serif font. Client needed: An image-heavy website that showed off their venue. What we came up with: An image-focused, neutral colored site with pops of brightly […]
Background: The FLY Film Festival came to amshot with an older site that was somewhat outdated. Their logo is brightly colored and whimsical. Client needed: An updated, modern site with a nice scheduling module for relevant dates. As a sponsor-funded operation, providing significant real estate on the site for donors is important. What we came […]
In our previous blog, we discussed the need for businesses and organizations to devote at least five percent of their overall personnel budget to information technology. However, reaching that five percent threshold can be difficult for some startups, sole practices, specialized small businesses and even larger organizations. So what’s a business to do? As with […]
In chemistry, equilibrium is created in acid-base combinations by using the five percent rule. Achieving chemical equilibrium in the products and reactants is akin to reaching an important state of balance. Though most businesses are far removed from the world of chemistry, five percent is still a useful measure to remember when balancing your IT […]
One of the world’s largest source-code hubs, GitLab, has spent years building a business that not only caters to small and medium-sized businesses, but also marquee clients including IBM, NASA and Macy’s. In February, however, this powerhouse company almost lost its long list of clients due to a temporary, accidental data loss and a backup […]
Popular culture loves to highlight the hard work that goes into creating a good legal strategy. From “Law and Order”, “Boston Legal”, and more recently “Suits”, viewers get a sneak peek into the client meetings, research and even courtroom performance of law firms. What is not often shown is the work that goes on behind […]
“The Cloud.” It isn’t always the easiest concept for people to understand. Where is it? What is it? Is it safe? Even the most seasoned businessperson may be flummoxed by just how data can be secure when it’s just out there, somewhere. But they shouldn’t be. Business leaders need to be armed with questions when […]
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