Just think about the number of times a week you go online in search of an item you need/want to purchase. Do you have a few “go to” big name sites where every shopping whim can be fulfilled with just a few clicks?
Internet navigation can present a challenge for anyone, but for those with disabilities “surfing the web” is often a trying task, ultimately leading to frustration and thwarted efforts to obtain desired information.
Posted by Preston Alexander - Rock Street Studios Inc. on 5 February 2013
As broadband expands across the country more and more companies are not just adding videos to their websites, many are giving them a prominent place atop their Home pages - and for good reason; videos capture your visitor’s attention. We intuitively understand that the type and quality of these videos will determine whether you can translate that attention into sales.
There’s hardly a business open today that doesn’t maintain a web presence; but with websites now so commonplace the need to stand out from the competition is increasingly important. Without question, a static website that provides comprehensive and consistently updated information is of great value, however site owners can leverage their knowledge, add another dimension to their site and directly target audiences through podcasts.
The tech gurus are at it again – on the heels of the latest iPad, iPhone and tablet products, along comes a revolutionary way to watch TV from the comfort of your living room, courtesy of a couple of the heaviest hitters in technology today.
What started out as a seedling of an idea has blossomed into an initiative that is producing a lot of positive response from the Fall River community. A few months ago, I and fellow Rotary Club of Fall River board members Jo Ann Bentley and Carmen Aguilar started talking after a meeting and realized we had a common interest in making garden plots accessible to people who don’t have enough land of their own to grow a garden.
For the company Chief Information Officer, the task of keeping information secure, and fully functional, can be daunting. In an age where so much information is transmitted via the Internet and stored on servers in a remote data center, those tasked with overseeing the safe storage and transmittal of data wonder if they have enough security and backup and what they could additionally do to keep things running smoothly.
We’ve worked with Kevin McNally and his incredible team
over the past six years, always with great results.
Jason Bouffard, Public Relations Manager, Milton Hospital - Milton, MA
Senior Living Residences - Brain Healthy Cooking
What began as an effort to provide information on the connection between healthy eating and increased cognitive function has evolved into a new and exciting featured section on the Senior Living Residences' web site. Read More >>
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