This is a question I see on a weekly basis. Startups and small business owners have to make the decision between their time and spending money. They know they need a website, but how should they go about getting one built? After speaking to a business owner on reddit.com/r/smallbusiness, I decided to turn the answer to this this question into an article after some great community input.
Posted in Technology on Aug 30, 2015
This is primarily in response to the question "Why doesn't BlackBerry pay big name app developers to get them on-board?" - as I know it's a question that a very large part of the community is wondering. Why not go that route and stick to their guns with BB10 instead of jumping ship to Android? The answer is that they will simply never secure those apps… Microsoft took the route of paying billions for advertising and bringing app developers on board.
Posted in Technology on Jun 16, 2015
What are the current solutions available right now on Android? There’s CloudMagic, Gmail (which supports “some” other email providers), Mailbox by Dropbox, Inbox by Google. Really, there is no great solution. People are dying for a good email management solution. I have been using CloudMagic and Mailbox android apps on my Z30 to manage all my junk email accounts. And honestly, the app doesn’t compare in the slightest to the HUB. None of these solutions have social media integration and others either.
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Hello! I am Alex Bass and I'm from Buffalo, NY. I am the President & CEO of CyberBytes Inc. and I made the successful Web Design Cheat Sheet app. I take part in a weekly podcast and I enjoy occasionally live streaming web development. I also write articles about business, efficiency, web development, & technology. Enjoy your stay and be sure to check out some of the work my company has done.