Sara Stringer

Sara Stringer

Sara is an author who covers a wide spectrum of topics.

Posts by Sara Stringer

The Importance Of Communication In A Business
by Sara Stringer - 2021-06-11 11:28:15 in Marketing

Communication plays an essential role in business growth and success. Effective communication allows the smooth running of the business and opens growth opportunities. Anybody thinking of beginning a business or improving an already established business must learn about good communication. Miscommunication is dangerous in a business and is associated with failure.


5 Great Reasons To Give Out Awards For Achievement
by Sara Stringer - 2019-09-12 07:11:55 in General Information

Giving out awards for good performance is more common than most people may think. This is one of the primary reasons why there are specialty companies that know how to design and engrave awards for anyone who has a desire to present an award to an individual, a group, or an organization. The choice of awards that the award giver makes is up to them and their criteria.


Three Things You Should Look Online For Before Designing A Business Website
by Sara Stringer - 2019-08-16 05:58:32 in General Information

Building a website for your business is normally a very challenging undertaking for anyone who has never had the opportunity to design a site before. In fact, all of the elements that go into constructing a site does not only take time but requires a certain amount of expertise to get it done right.


6 More Common Web Hosting Problems And What To Do About Them
by Sara Stringer - 2017-07-11 00:58:44 in General Information

Way back in 2010 I discussed common web hosting problems. Since web hosting is always evolving along with the Internet, it was time to add to the list. A lot has happened in the last seven years. Back then cloud services weren’t even mainstream. Video viewing and downloading is now common practice. And today more people access the Internet with mobile devices than desktop computers.


The Many Reasons You Might Need A VPN
by Sara Stringer - 2017-05-25 03:24:59 in Choose your Host

A VPN, or virtual private network, lets you surf the web anonymously. Not only does it cloak your IP address so that your internet activity cannot be traced back to your computer, it also allows you to share information across your network privately, such as between your home computer and a work computer on the same network.


How To Earn A Great Living As A Freelance Web Developer
by Sara Stringer - 2017-05-18 01:54:53 in General Information

Although many people think that living in a gig economy is something new, nothing could be farther from the truth. In the 18thcentury, most Europeans and Americans took pride in working for themselves.


Give Your Website A Second Chance By Eliminating These 5 Blunders
by Sara Stringer - 2017-03-30 02:33:45 in Marketing

It is among all things possible that your website is not performing as expected through no fault of your own. Even when you do everything right, success is not assured. Building it is no guarantee that they will come.


Why The Rise Of Banking Security Breaches Matters For Every Industry
by Sara Stringer - 2016-09-29 01:54:55 in General Information

The banking industry is in a crisis. However, this crisis isn’t related to financial practices or currency. A series of high-profile data breaches have left everyone from investors to executives concerned.


A Closer Look At The Backup Strategies That Will Save Your Bacon
by Sara Stringer - 2016-04-22 02:40:04 in General Information

Another holiday season is behind us. It was World Backup Day on March 31. How did you celebrate? Did you buy a loved one a hard drive? Did you sneak into their home and install a copy of Super Duper when they weren’t looking? Or did you just buy yourself a new Drobo? Are these words at all meaningful to you? If not, then there is a good chance you have under-appreciated the value and importance of backing up your data.


Canada's Bill C-51 And The Internet
by Sara Stringer - 2015-06-15 04:06:25 in General Information

Nuclear weapons once ruled warfare. They were an example of national strength, as well as tools of deterrence for countries that had them. Today, people of the world are facing different threats, and they are being fought on more than just military fronts.