News & Case Studies

6 Reasons Why Your Web Site Needs to be Mobile

By Brett Ramberg - Co-CEO

Here are 6 good reasons why you should consider making your web site mobile compatible: Growth: In November of 2010, mobile browser usage had gone up to 4% of total usage share worldwide.  These are your clients.  Make sure they can find out about your biz. The iPod Touch: This device is one of the fastest growing ways that people are accessing web content.  The price is low, it’s portable and all you need is wifi, no contract. Spur-of-the-Moment Purchasing: When people are on the road, they refer to their phones for buying decisions.  If they happen to need a…

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Vista to Windows 7 Upgrade…. Only $199!

By Brett Ramberg - Co-CEO

Here at Altitude Integrations, we work to speed up lots of computers.  These computers run XP, Vista and Windows 7.  There are many things that we can do to increase the performance of an XP or a Windows 7 computer.  We can also attempt to speed up a Vista computer.  The problem is that it’s a bit like putting new shoes and saddle bags on a slow, grumpy donkey with the expectation that the donkey will turn into a stallion.  We would rather not waste our time or our client’s money. Therefore, we are offering a special to turn that…

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Wondering how your PC got infected?

By Brett Ramberg - Co-CEO

NetworkWorld.com has a great article on where the majority of malicious software infections are coming from.  You’ll be surprised when you learn how new tactics are taking advantage of many parts of the computer you may not have considered vulnerable. The 17 Most Dangerous Places on the Web Threat 1 >> Malicious Flash files that can infect your PC The Place: Websites that use Flash Threat 2 >> Shortened links that lead you to potentially harmful places The Place: Twitter Threat 3 >> E-mail scams or attachments that get you to install malware or give up personal info The Place:…

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Biking to work is cool

By Brett Ramberg - Co-CEO

At least, we think so. According to Slate, however, Hollywood’s been using biking to work as shorthand for ‘loser’ for quite a while. Tom Vanderbilt’s article argues that Hollywood, existing in the heart of car-heavy LA, can’t conceive of a person willingly biking to work. If they aren’t driving it’s because they cannot afford a car, are socially oblivious or lost their license. For example, take Steve Carrel’s character in The 40 Year Old Virgin: Steve Carell is that rarest of filmic creatures: a bona-fide bike commuter, shown pedaling to work, navigating the various hazards of the traffic landscape. A…

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Technology Therapy: Three Great Talks in One Day

By Brett Ramberg - Co-CEO

Feeling frustrated about technology? Don’t worry: let the tech therapists help. We at Altitude Integrations, teamed with Ramblin Jackson and in support of Boulder Community Computers, are offering a half-day workshop in business strategies. Three talks teaching you how to get the most out of Google Apps, the cloud and social networking. Google Apps – Efficient, Innovative, and Agile by Tim O’Shea, Systems Samurai at Altitude Integrations Improve your business’s productivity with Google Apps Save money with a proven platform for email, calendaring, and document management Evolve beyond your server into a world of mobility, flexibility and reliability Cloud Computing…

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