Category: ‘decision’

Mobile-First or Desktop-First Web Design: What Should Companies Prioritize For Customers?

When designing a website, the best strategy is one that can get the most readers while also keeping their attention. High traffic to a website is a great thing, but is less effective when those entering the website are not encouraged to stay on it. Analyzing the way that customers or readers view a site […] Read more

Lifting Anchor: Sailing into the Next Five Years

Today, as our mentor and landlord Will Burgin added a “for lease” sign to market our office property, it caused quite the commotion in my head and heart. We are leaving the Village. I started remembering how excited we were when, just two of us, left the Regional Technology Incubator of Columbus at CSU (big […] Read more

Welcome to Stand And Stretch 2.0: Answering the Biggest Question Correctly…

It’s not every day you get to ‘relaunch’ on your one year anniversary but I am glad to announce our move into a new skin.  This site was designed and built to answer one question.  What do we do?! Enjoy and interact with the site. Please let us know of any feedback. Thanks to everyone […] Read more

Travel for the IT Consultant/Manager

Sometimes you may not have a choice as to when and why you travel for work, but when you do, here are some helpful tips when planning your next trip.

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Web Awareness: How To Protect Yourself Against The Web

We’ve all seen them, some of us have been unfortunate to have them.  Finding yourself with a virus or malware application that will run rampant on your computer is only a click away.  There are a few things you can do to give yourself the power to interact with the web and not worry about malicious attacks […] Read more

Discussion – Understanding the explanations of rule-based expert systems.

The most significant disadvantage of a rule-based expert system is its inability to justify a conclusion from a sequence of rules. Due to the expertise required for a solution, the cost of a wrong decision can be costly and understanding the decision making process can be complicated, but worth diagnosing. If we have a basic […] Read more