Ensuring Your Site Makes Sense to Your Users

There’s a simple four step process you can follow to make sure that your users can find their way to what they want in your site. How simple is it? Just let your users tell you how to organize your site’s pages. Ed Krol, author of “The Hitchhikers Guide to the Internet,” described the Internet as “a library where all […]
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Announcing New IT Training Courses: Make Better Use of Your Company’s Data

Curious about how you can enhance your AngularJS or SQL server skills? Or do you want to learn how to capitalize on data stored in Hadoop? Develop your IT skills and make more informed business decisions with the addition of our three new IT training courses! Our 3-4 day courses are designed to deliver both […]
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Federate Your Identities Carefully

Just what is Identify Federation? I always describe it as being like a driver’s license in the U.S. There is no national driver’s license, every state (plus the District of Columbia for the nation’s capital, plus Caribbean and Pacific territories) issues its own. They are, however, recognized from one state to another. I could use […]
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Simplifying Web Development with Page Inspector

I’ve been playing around with the Visual Studio 11 beta for a little while now, and my favorite thing so far is Page Inspector. I like tools that make my life easier – and Page Inspector just saved me a lot of poking around inside the underbelly of an application. I have been busy porting […]
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