Adding features and capabilities to your website doesn't have to cost a lot. Further when you consider the lifecycle costs of websites, adding capabilities that are powered by external sources (widgets) that don't have to be coded into your website present a huge opportunity to reduce costs and increase the functionality of your website. We will also take a look at web development platforms. You probably know WordPress. The WordPress platform is the most popular website platform on the web but does that make it the right solution for your company? We will tackle this question and tell you why we don't recommend WordPress to our clients. So while we are looking for solutions that offer the best value, you should also understand that sometimes "FREE" has a cost.

Using Dropbox With a Small Hard Drive

in Dropbox Cloud Drives

Whenever I have an idea, I Google it! This is incredibly useful for situations where you use cloud drive services like Dropbox, Google Drive, One Drive, Box and several others. Spoiler alert: It only works on a PC.

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