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Things We Know: Introduction to Database Maintenance Services

Here’s the thing with databases: their need to be updated and organized is so obvious, and that analogy of “databases are like libraries” is so fitting… yet there’s always that time when the terror arrives, and the questions are asked: where did everything go, and who organized this into a mess? For those who haven’t heard the database library fable, here it is: You find yourself in the beautiful forest that is your...

Tools for Big Data Related to Marketing for Small Businesses

  This is a follow-up on big data, specifically related to the tools for big data that small businesses can rely on to document and analyze information, in order to build better marketing strategies. Our first post on big data covered basic information, like its definition: a collection of data from traditional and digital sources, inside and outside of the company, that represent a source for ongoing discovery and analysis. The mainstream...

Meet our Developers: Arístides Castillo

Where are you from? I’m from Barquisimeto, Venezuela. What made you decide to become a developer? I discovered what computers were twice in my young life. When I was 5 years old, I used one for the first time and when I was 14 years old, when I learned what Programming Language truly was (Basic, back in the 90s). It turned out that I was good at understanding how a computer behaved and quickly became really good at communicating with them; I...

Azure vs Amazon Web Services: A keen & dynamic comparison for small business owners

We started discussing cloud services in our blog this August as an important tech trend for small businesses for the rest of 2014. Here’s where we left off, since the two terms might become confusing as you keep reading: Cloud computing is using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data (rather than a company’s own on-site servers, or a personal computer). Next are cloud services: services made...

Asked & Answered: What is Apple Pay? How Can Small Businesses Create Opportunities Around it?

  After a month of big Apple releases, we received a few questions from our customers regarding Apple Pay; especially about for the opportunities our team saw relating it to their businesses. Since this is not the first time we’ve had similar questions from clients, as new tech services are unveiled, we decided to create a blog series called “Asked & Answered”, where we’ll answer questions adding our perspective on what a...

Meet our CEO and partner, Ray Comas

Where are you from? You know where I’m from! Cuba! What made you decide to become a developer/engineer? My fascination with computers began when I was 11 years old. My father used to bring his computer home from work, which had some programs installed that he used to show me, until I was able to figure them out by myself. I don’t remember the programs I used, but they had something to do with calculations and statistics. What was...
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Things We Know: Introduction to Database Maintenance Services

November 25th, 2014

Here’s the thing with databases: their need to be updated and... ...

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Tools for Big Data Related to Marketing for Small Businesses

November 18th, 2014

  This is a follow-up on big data, specifically related to the tools... ...

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Meet our CEO and partner, Ray Comas

October 21st, 2014

Where are you from? You know where I’m from! Cuba! What made you... ...

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