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Griffin Ball

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Griffin is in charge of Lighthouse IT's marketing, working to assist with the needed expansion of its many products/services and how everyone can hear about them. As a recent graduate of Bowling Green State University, he completed his degree in Visual Communications Technology with a minor in Computer Wizardry.
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Is a website redesign enough to get you to the top of Google?

Posted by Griffin Ball on Feb 8, 2019 9:04:00 AM

You are probably already aware of the fact that a well-made website is a great way for a company to show its self-off and increase its customer base. However, that well-made website is not going to do any good if no one ever sees it. A business cannot just have a good-looking site anymore, they also need to make sure that it is easy to find. One of the best ways to do that is through search engine optimization or SEO. This is the process of making a website more likely to be the appear towards the top of a search engines results page or SERP.

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Topics: Momentum Marketing, Website Development, SEO

Clearing your browser cache

Posted by Griffin Ball on Sep 14, 2018 9:08:00 AM

Have you ever been on a website and noticed a formatting issue that was just too weird to pawn-off on bad design? Or maybe something on a page that was there previously is gone/moved since the last time you visited? Well these could very well be because of your browser's cache. Having problems like this at work may lead to calling the IT staff and the first thing they will tell you to do is to try clearing your browser cache. So, what is the deal with the cache and why does refreshing it often solve browser problems?

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Topics: IT services, Misc., Internet Safety

What to think about before hiring an IT professional?

Posted by Griffin Ball on Aug 24, 2018 8:58:00 AM

Modern day technology is necessary in starting a business. It is important to search and investigate for ways to keep your company parallel to, or ideally in front of, the competition. This also means that you should do whatever it takes to maximize your business with top-notch employees and vendors. After realizing that having a close relationship with computers is key, the next important step is to figure out how the networks will be run and be maintained. Most CEOs and owners of may feel that they do not need to staff a full-time IT (information technology) person until the company attains 50 or more employees, but this is not usually the case. Even in smaller businesses, having the right IT personnel can be vital. Why? Because technology is changing so frequently that it is essential there are measures in place to keep the business going. Think of the threats that happen when breaches occur to essential and confidential information. Even thinking about the time and money being saved through automation of daily tasks using technology can be a reason.

Along with it being much cheaper to hire an IT firm instead of a single employee, here are a few other aspects of business to consider where IT can help:

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Topics: Harmony, IT services, Managed Service Provider

The Different Types of Malware

Posted by Griffin Ball on May 25, 2018 9:07:00 AM

What is Malware?

Malware is short for malicious software and comes in many different forms. While some may believe that its purpose is to slow down or make a computer unusable, in reality that’s only a side effect. The main focus is to bypass security or steal information. This leads to the a question;
What are the different types of malware and how can I protect myself against them?

Computer Viruses, The Most Notable Malware

‘Virus’ is the most universal term for malware or odd computer issues. They are often blamed for even the most mundane computer problems; however, they are not always to blame. Many of the side effects they cause are very similar to other technical problems. Computer viruses get their namesake from viral infections due to similarities in life-cycle and side effects. Having an actual virus is very dangerous to a computer's health and the network it is on.
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Topics: Harmony, IT services, Network Risk Assessment, Managed Service Provider, Internet Safety

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