Opening the conversation about website security

The responsibility of ensuring that a website is protected falls on the website owner, but the security expectation may fall on the web service provider too.

As a professional, you are the trusted party and first point of contact.

Much of what your clients learn about web technology and security specifically comes from you. In other words, you have the ability to impact your client’s online security posture.

The security of websites has an enormous effect on what you do as a website service provider, making it impossible to ignore.

You build websites and offer other important services, but we challenge you to start thinking about your client’s website security.

What would you do if there was a compromise?

Implications of a website hack for developers, web pros and agencies

The most tangible impact of having a client’s website hacked is time. The majority of you have already … Read more

How to network remotely with other business owners during the pandemic

Business owners who have mastered networking already know the value of it. We attend networking meetings, Chambers of Commerce events and business after-hours events. We’ll even talk to complete strangers in coffee shops. That’s because good networking done properly can lead to new opportunities and new friendships. I’ve been a constant networker for the past 15 years, and I can’t tell you the number of introductions I’ve made to people or the opportunities that have come to me through a referral. But how do you network remotely now that COVID-19 has halted in-person gatherings?

Networking has slowed down for everyone in the last several months, but that doesn’t mean networking opportunities are lost.

 

Even if you’ve never tried networking yourself, or you need to find some new ways to network with other business owners during the pandemic, we can give you a few ideas.

In this article, we’ll discuss … Read more