The Domain Registry of Canada, also known as DROC, has been running what amounts to a direct mail marketing scam for years now. We came across a great article detailing the Domain Registry of Canada scam. Very interesting indeed.
As some of you may know, one of the Apis team is part of a trio named The Evidence. Recently they have embarked on a European tour for a month, and while Dean (an integral part of our team) is away playing gigs, and enjoying an experience of a lifetime, we all sit here proud to cheer him on.
For the next month The Evidence will be playing shows staring in The Netherlands, taking them through Paris, Italy, Slovakia, and finishing up in Germany. View all the tour dates.
Do you back up your data? Of course you do. Do you back it up the right way? Not sure? Consider these questions:
In order to build a good website, a variety of factors must come into play. It seems as though usability is most commonly overlooked, so we thought a quick refresher on how to avoid some of the more obvious mistakes is in order.
Here’s a quick list of the 8 biggest sins of usability. Ignore these at your own peril…
With more than 2.4 billion handheld devices in use today, over 700 million people have used these devices to browse the Internet, and more are going online every day. There’s no question that handheld devices are set to become a huge force in Internet consumption over the coming years. While building a website or web application to take advantage of this is more appealing than ever, it can also pose some challenges.
We're very excited these days at Apis. Our team is growing, and we're shifting some roles around. We've recently hired someone to dedicate themselves to sales and marketing, as well as account management. We've also just hired a new web developer to take on our increased workload. Our existing lead developer will now be shifting his focus to project management.
The net result of these changes for our clients is the following:
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OK, it's done. Our good cause for Christmas 2010 is now complete, and the beneficiary is the Calgary Interfaith Food Bank.