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User Experience Phase 2: Implementation

In our first article, we walked through the process of auditing and evaluating the User Experience of your website.  In this article, we’ll map out an Implementation Plan to tackle the items that you identified in Step 6 as: Easily and immediately actionable. Worth implementing but requiring additional resources or time to roll out. The…

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Getting to Know Cara Pluff

Fearless Editor sat down with Cara Pluff, Applied Innovations’ Director of Marketing and Sales, to talk about Teamwork, Triathlons, Food, and Inspiration. Fearless Editor: Let’s start with some basic work facts. When did you start at Applied Innovations? Cara Pluff: A little over three years ago. Originally my focus was on building out sales structure…

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Recap of Hosting Industry Events in July

July was a big month for the Hosting Industry with the 2012 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto July 8-12 and HostingCon 2012 in Boston July 16-18. 2012 Microsoft World Partner Conference Toronto, July 8-12 Applied Innovations’ President and CEO Jess Coburn joined 15,000 of his closest friends from over 150 countries at this annual…

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Customer Spotlight: TechKnowSys

Applied Innovations wanted to get to know a little bit more about New Jersey-based customer TechKnowSys and its founder Tom Murzenski. So we sat down together over some nice afternoon tea with crumpets.  (Okay, not really… we had a friendly, efficient and ecologically sensible email interview… but crumpets sound delicious.) Applied Innovations:  So when was…

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All About User Experience – Part 1: Evaluation

Wikipedia defines the User Experience or UX as follows: “The way a person feels about using a product, system or service. User experience highlights the experiential, affective, meaningful and valuable aspects of human-computer interaction and product ownership, but it also includes a person’s perceptions of the practical aspects such as utility, ease of use and…

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How our IPS Protects our Customers

When we hire a new cloud hosting support engineer the first thing I like to let them know is that their job is exciting as they’ll be involved in cutting edge technologies. It’s a challenging job as every day they’ll be faced with a new issue they probably haven’t handled before and also a rewarding…

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