April 1, 2019
New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina

Decrease Your Vulnerability to Website & Email Disasters

The post-Katrina website and email recovery was the largest and longest effort of my entire career. I doubt I’ll ever see a similar situation. How do […]
September 12, 2017

Google emailing warnings to webmasters that http pages with forms marked as ‘not secure’

Pretty much every web site has a contact form of some kind. Very rarely do we build any web sites that doesn’t have some email contact […]
July 11, 2017

That Leather Tablet Bag I Always Have On Me

11 x 9 inch Vintage genuine vintage leather ipad/tablet/tab/kindle satchel crossbody shoulder messenger bag So this is the first post of many “thing” reviews that I […]
June 29, 2016

How to Update WHOIS Data

Updating your WHOIS data is free, easy and is completely automated. For legality purposes the client must initiate the transfer via our online dashboard and cannot be done by […]
March 21, 2016

CAN SPAM – Act – What you need to know.

A lot of my customers and colleagues are unaware of the CAN SPAM – Act and if they are in compliance or not. Violating the act […]
October 6, 2015

How To Clean up E-mail Accounts

Often times we have customers who exceed the 15 GB space limit on Google Apps. A lot of times this happens because of them receiving super […]
June 22, 2015

Summer Cocktails Membership event at Latrobe’s on Royal

I really enjoy being a member of the FQBA, wish I had joined sooner. They are a great organization that does the city a lot of […]
June 21, 2015

Harrah’s worker donates more than $2,000 of prize money to 10-year-old

I’ve been a member of the downtown New Orleans Rotary club since May of 2009. Rotary is a lot of different things to someone, totally depending […]
October 13, 2014

November is National WHOIS Awareness Month

A very common thing we run into as Web site designers and Web/e-mail hosts is incorrect WHOIS contact data causing unnecessary and easily avoidable downtime. The […]