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Announcing Midphase’s 8th Generation Website Builder!

Posted on October 5th, 2017 by Kelly Kirkham

In our efforts to be a customer-satisfying one stop shop, four years ago Midphase added Website Builder to our arsenal of tools created to help you get online easily and efficiently. We are excited to announce that not only will we continue this tradition, but we have expanded our Website Builder kit with new tools…

Awards In Tech

Posted on January 31st, 2017 by Guest Blogger

Awards In Tech The glittering era of Oscars, Baftas and Grammys can dazzle us all. But what are the tech equivalents and how glamorous are they? Early each year, a slew of award shows honor the top names in music, movies, and TV. As consumers of entertainment we’ve become so familiar with these honors that…

The Why & How Of Tracing An IP Address

Posted on December 12th, 2016 by Yasmin El-Saie

Tracing IP addresses sounds like something a digital James Bond would do in his latest thriller. It reminds us of Hollywood and a team of highly elite techies whose knowledge will save the world from a massive attack. But in reality, how difficult is it to track an IP address? Moreover, why would you want…

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Our Favorite Subscription Services

Posted on December 9th, 2016 by Madeleine Bruce

The internet has been a game changer in many ways and in many industries, one of the largest of which is retail. Before, if one wanted to open up a retail operation, they would have to obtain a brick and mortar shop or gain a presence in an existing mail order catalog service with a…

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Social Media Sites That Didn’t Make The Cut

Posted on December 8th, 2016 by Madeleine Bruce

To paraphrase the 19th century French writer Stendhal, the time we waste on social media can never be regained. And that’s fine if you enjoy reading about the minutiae of people’s lives. However, if social media accounts have been created to promote a company and develop new custom, hours spent creating content can’t be dedicated…

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Have Ebooks Had Their Day?

Posted on December 6th, 2016 by Madeleine Bruce

As the internet became an essential component of our daily lives, and written content began transitioning from paper to screen, there were apocalyptic predictions of print’s impending demise. While newspapers retreated behind paywalls and magazines began dropping print editions to concentrate on web content, publishing houses started championing ebooks as the digital alternative to those…

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How Google Changed The World, One Innovation At A Time

Posted on December 2nd, 2016 by Madeleine Bruce

Everybody knows tech giant Google, and these days we rarely speak of search engines as such, as we have adopted the term to “Google” something. That’s how massive their presence is in our online world. Not only is Google the king of search engines, the company has created some breathtaking innovations: Solar Sinter: a 3D…

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What’s In A Brand Name?

Posted on December 1st, 2016 by Neil Cumins

It’s hard to overstate the significance of choosing a good name for a new business. Not only does a brand name provide the most obvious representation of a fledgling enterprise, it’s also loaded with perceptions and inferences. A bold, confident name will speak volumes about the company behind the title, while a memorable brand can…

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How 5G Will Change The Web

Posted on November 24th, 2016 by Neil Cumins

As research continues into possible standards and specifications for the 5G cellular network, it’s worth taking a moment to consider how its predecessors have changed our lives, and whether 5G will have a similarly dramatic effect on internet usage… Fifteen years ago, the unveiling of 3G networks heralded the arrival of mobile internet access. Although…

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Closing The Cyberskills Gap

Posted on November 22nd, 2016 by Madeleine Bruce

It is commonly agreed that cybersecurity is a huge issue that companies and governments need to treat as a priority, but finding people who have the knowledge to do so is proving to be a challenge. Policy and decision makers in the field of cybersecurity point to an enduring problem: a skills gap. This is…

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