Building your business website or embarking on a web redesign project includes several moving parts including scope definition, sitemap and wire-frame creation, content creation, user interface (UI) design among several other elements. Choosing the right web platform to build your website upon should balance the requirements of functionality, ease of use, price, customization needs and technical features. Quite commonly embarking on a web design project will lead most small businesses to choose from two popular web services: Squarespace or WordPress. Read more
Articles tagged: Internet Connection
The internet is a global resource for billions of users. It is what almost all of us now rely on for economic development, political organizing and free speech communications. Come October, the US department that has controlled a critical internet process since the internet was created, will no longer do so. It’s no wonder in this politically heightened atmosphere, there would be some major concern regarding this shift in who holds “the power of the internet“. For those concerned about freedom of speech, freedom of press and freedom of knowledge we’ve broken down what there is to know before the power changes hands. Read more
Wi-Fi speeds are faster today then ever before and are ready for business users to take advantage of its capacity. With several wireless routers available on the market, Compulite’s network management team has a look at the past, present and future of Wi-Fi speed protocols to see how your business can take advantage of the fastest speeds available. Read more
Li-Fi has the potential to overturn traditional connection methods and shift the way several industries communicate over the internet. With online security being a top priority for almost every business today, Li-Fi could essentially eliminate the threat of external hacks which has many eager to see what other opportunities it could bring to the marketplace. Read more
Since the early days of Internet technology, most Canadian small businesses have been able to choose to adopt either Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) or Cable for their internet connection.The cost of implementation typically runs as little as $100-$200. Both technologies provide great download speed for Internet browsing and file downloads, however, the upload speed has its limitations.