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Saving Lives Around the World - All Without the Internet

The internet is a powerful tool. We use it every day and have seemingly unlimited access to its unending resources. Because of its immediate availability, we often take it for granted. What would we do if we didn't have the connectivity that we have? This is the question that many non-profit organisations and socially-minded businesses have asked themselves when working in thi ...

8 Red Flags That Mean Your Software Project Is Headed Down the Wrong Path

When you're not a developer, it can be difficult to see some of the issues that may present themselves in the midst of a budding project. As a social business or entrepreneur, or a non-profit organisation, there are certain signs you should watch for when you're working with your developer to keep your project on-track. We've compiled a list of 8 red flags that can help you sp ...

3 Security Concerns You Should Be Worried About (and 3 That You Shouldn’t)

In today's technology-driven world, the more advances we make, the more security concerns there are to worry about. Innovation is key to continuing advancement, but it's crucial to remain on top of new technological security threats to ensure the safety of your organization's data and virtual property. If you're building or implementing new software or a website redesign, ther ...

How to Successfully Upgrade Your Website or Software

There comes a time in the life of every software program or website when it is no longer as relevant as it once was. Maybe it's frustrating and slow to make changes or even just to keep up with user expectations, never mind having the next level of impact you are reaching for. As a result, you may have a long and growing list of issues and small problems that you are never quit ...

7 Tips for Communicating with Your Developers

As a socially focused entrepreneur with a bold vision, your role is incredibly important in turning your idea into a reality. The project's success hinges on your ability to understand your users, build a great team, and effectively market your project. Your understanding of the mysteries of programming is not nearly as important. That's where a reliable and effective software ...