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Author: Alex Saltman
Why Build a Data Center in Edmonton? Data storage is created equal, right? Nope! Not at all! Where you store your data matters—especially if you’re a regulated industry, need optimal loading times, or can’t afford a long site outage (to name just a few of the benefits). That’s why Saltmedia undertook the mammoth process of […]
This month, we've been talking about professional websites, looking specifically at how your service experience differs when you choose to work with trained and experienced developers, and the quantity and quality of content that a professional site possesses. To put it simply, to achieve a professional online presence, you need the help of a professional […]
Over the last couple of weeks, I've been talking about mobile web development and specifically mobile speed. While just about any mobile site would do in the past, users are becoming more and more impatient with slow-to-load mobile sites. Because of the role speed now plays in mobile user experience, I'm going to talk about […]
There's no disputing it, the majority of people now search from their smart phones and other mobile devices for the businesses they want and need to find. Ultimately, your website's mobile compatibility will make or break their user experience, and is a major determining factor in whether or not they become your customer. Speed is […]
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