Hacking happens. We should put this on bumper stickers and sell them. On an infinitely long timeline, it’ll probably happen to you, too. So what can you do to prevent hacking and how can you recover if you’ve been hacked? Read More »
We like to showcase a Spotted Koi project every few months to help you understand the kind of clients that we love, as well as the great work that we do. Today, we’d like to introduce you to Routes and Read More »
It’s a celebration, humans! Many of you recall the addition of Cathy Sukaromya to the Spotted Koi family one year ago. If you don’t, then it’s your loss. She’s been a super-valuable resource for the company since then. We like Read More »
The New York Times posted a great article this morning about How to Devise Passwords that Drive Hackers Away. We aren’t in the computer security world per se, but our connection to websites has meant that we’ve become (and embraced being) a resource for unhacking websites. But, as much as we love unhacking websites, we’d prefer not to do it because creating is more fun than fixing. So please write better passwords! And if you don’t want to do that just use this awesome Password Generator tool and generate secure random ones.
It’s not surprising to hear us tell you how badly your business needs a website, we’re web guys and we make money off building them. So don’t take it from us, take it from Inc.com: http://www.inc.com/comcast/your-website-the-core-of-your-digital-presence.html
As if you didn’t need any more evidence to push you towards investing in a solid website for your small business, consider this interesting statistic: “89% of people begin looking for a product or service by searching online.” Nobody looks Read More »
Has this ever happened to you: My dog ate my homework. Hard drive crashed – lost that report I was working on. Only brought enough fuel to get us to Mars, not to get us back to Earth. Why didn’t Read More »