Breath of Life Foundation Website

Breath of Life Foundation Website

Link: www.breathoflifefndn.orgCreated: 2017Platform: WordPressTheme: Juxter by wpHootThe Breath of Life Foundation website shares information about the Cystic Fibrosis foundation in the Green Bay/Fox Valley area. Features for the site include a Cystic Fibrosis RSS feed, an event listing, golf outing registration and payment, application for financial support, and a contact form for communication. Additional back end features for the site included Google Analytics, site security, site backup features and an SEO recommendations feature. Breath of Life Foundation was founded with the intent to assist families in Wisconsin in fighting their battle with Cystic Fibrosis. The Breath of Life Foundation is committed to working with the Cystic Fibrosis centers in Green Bay and Milwaukee to filter funds directly to families who need it. They work to promote a higher quality of life for those who are battling every day to breathe. Breath of Life Foundation wants to help with financial assistance for medications, additional treatments, nutritional supplements, travel, lodging and other ancillary costs that make life even harder to live. They continue to work on developing partnerships with the CF centers to provide programs educating families on healthy lifestyles, compliance (doing treatments, taking medications, etc.), insurance and financial stability all while living a productive life and managing Cystic Fibrosis.

Appleton PowerShell Users Group Website

Appleton PowerShell Users Group Website

Link: www.powershellusers.comCreated: 2017Platform: WordPressTheme: Hemingway by Anders NorénThe Appleton PowerShell Users Group website shares information about the Appleton, Wisconsin meetup of IT professionals interested in learning more about Microsoft PowerShell. Features for the site included an embedded meetup widget, blog, RSS PowerShell feed, and a contact form for communication. Additional back end features for the site included Google Analytics, site security, site backup features and an SEO recommendations feature. The Appleton PowerShell Users Group (APUG) meets each month to discuss PowerShell scripting for personal and business use. Each month a different topic of interest is presented and time is allotted for questions. PowerShell users are encouraged to bring code, questions and ideas. Everyone is welcome, from beginner to the advanced user.

Praxilient, Inc. Website

Praxilient Inc Website | JCD Promotions Portfolio

Link: www.praxilient.comCreated: 2017Platform: WordPressTheme: Astrid by aThemesThe Praxilient, Inc. website was built to reach potential new clients and project management professionals aiming to obtain their PMP certification. Features for the site included an events calendar, multiple animated image sliders, training course information with downloadable course details, a course schedule, a blog, and a contact form for communication. Additional back end features for the site included Google Analytics, site security, site backup features and SEO recommendations feature. Praxilient, Inc. focuses on improving your productivity, based on your performance measures (speed to market, efficient operations, and revenue growth). They break down the performance issues to focus on practical and proven ways to gain the needed and measured change. Praxilient measure themselves by the gains that your business makes and the value generated.

White River Campground Website

White River Campground Site | JCD Promotions Portfolio

Link: www.whiterivercampgrounds.comCreated: 2017Platform: WordPressTheme: Sydney by aThemesThe White River Campground website was built to reach potential new campers and to share the fun and excitement the campground offers. Features for the site included a large home page image slider, an embedded Google map and campground map, a site photo gallery and a contact form for communication. Additional back end features for the site included Google Analytics, site security, site backup features and SEO recommendations feature. White River Campground is a small campground centrally located in the state of Wisconsin along the shores of the scenic White River. The middle of the state location affords easy access from many of the metropolitan areas while still providing the feeling of escaping it all! Campers can enjoy the crystal clear river snaking through the property, visiting with family and friends around a campfire, taking a peaceful walk, fishing and much more. It’s a secure and secluded rural spot where you’ll find quiet and relaxation. Not a “tourist destination” with the usual crowds, noise and traffic. White River Campground is off the beaten path but has all the amenities you’ll ever need with the Town of Wautoma just a few miles away.  

Herrmann Advantage Consulting, LLC Website

Herrmann Advantage Consulting Website

Link: www.herrmannadvantageconsulting.comCreated: 2017Platform: WordPressTheme: Fruitful by Fruitful CodeThe Herrmann Advantage Consulting website was built to provide information to small businesses owners and convert new consulting leads for the business. Features for the site included case studies, testimonials, a blog, newsletter signup form and a contact form for communication. Additional back end features for the site included Google Analytics, site security, site backup features and SEO recommendations feature. Herrman Advantage Consulting is a small business dedicated to helping other small businesses with the education, tools, training, coaching, and results necessary to build a sustainable small business. Their solutions are specifically designed for those small businesses who want to grow and are willing to change how they do business.

How Can IT Certifications Improve Your Bottom Line?

In business, you take risks. Some may be more calculated than others, but the only way to grow is to take them on. One corporate risk that continues to weigh on the minds of IT management is: What if we train our employees and they leave? Or, what if we don’t and they stay? Both options pose some risk, but that risk can be manageable. It’s nearing the end of the year and many organizations are setting their budgets for 2014. While training continues to have an associated risk, many organizations are quick to eliminate the expense from a budget when times are tough. The financial expense of training is only half the equation, however. The time away from the job also poses an issue. Do you have the available resources to cover while that employee is out training? This can be especially difficult for some IT departments as certifications can be expensive and staff can be out of the office for up to ten days putting a strain on his or her department. So, why then, should an organization consider sending their IT staff to training? There are a multitude of reasons. According to CompTIA and International Data Corporation (IDC), research has shown that over 50% of computer errors or significant downtimes within an organization are caused by human error attributed to a significant lack of training on core systems. A 2009 IDC survey concluded that unscheduled downtime was, on average, 20% lower in organizations with more certified IT […]

Technology Hub Conference Website

Technology Hub Conference & Expo Website

Link: www.technologyhubconference.comCreated: 2016Platform: WordPressTheme: Accelerate by ThemeGrillThe Technology Hub Conference website was built to provide conference attendees and sponsors information about this yearly business/technology event. Features for the site included a conference speaker proposal submission form, a conference strategic partner submission form, sponsorship information, conference scheduling, speaker and session information, event evaluations and surveys, and a contact form for communication. Additional back end features for the site included Google Analytics, site security, site backup features, survey and evaluation results, and an SEO recommendations feature.   Technology Hub Conference & Expo was established in 2016 in Appleton, Wisconsin. The event focuses on sharing stories and ideas of the use of technology in business from IT professionals all the way up to CEOs. Sessions include presentations on new, innovative technologies, solving productivity issues, discussions of finding the right talent for tech positions, and more. The site continues to be updated year after year with new information, and previous event highlights.

NEW AITP Website

NEW AITP Website

Link: www.newaitp.orgCreated: 2015Platform: WordPressTheme: Sydney by aThemesThe NEW AITP website was built for the Northeastern Wisconsin Chapter of the CompTIA Association for IT Pros. The site provides information to chapter members and is a recruitment tool for new members. Features of the site include monthly meeting information and registration form, payment processing for event fees, a blog with commenting, an event calendar, student scholarship application form, and a contact form for communication. Additional back end features for the site included Google Analytics, site security, site backup features, registration form submission export feature, and an SEO recommendations feature. The Northeastern Wisconsin Chapter of CompTIA Association of Information Technology Professionals (NEW AITP) is the place to find information about new technologies, solutions for existing IT challenges, and opportunities to interact with IT professionals from other areas. The local chapter was established in 1961 as part of the national organization and was acquired by CompTIA in 2016. The site continues to be updated by the members of NEW AITP.

Pulling Back the Cabling Curtain

It’s been decades since the 1939 debut of L. Frank Baum’s Oz adventure on the silver screen and his perceived satirical view of technology, depicted as a wizard who is flashy, but ultimately powerless. While today’s technology is anything but powerless, there are still some steps you can take to ensure your physical IT environment is running at optimal efficiency. “A Bad Beginning Makes a Bad Ending” – Euripedes Clean cabling in a data center starts with proper planning. Unfortunately, many companies do not plan their wiring projects well enough and they end up with a spaghetti mess of cables in the server room. “Cabling reflects the type of environment you can expect,” says Donald Jacobs, Consulting Engineer for Heartland Business Systems. “Clean server rooms usually mean process and procedure (are in place) as well as good documentation.” By having a design with documentation in place, many tangled issues can be avoided. Color coding your cables for use in network devices is an easy way to know what type of traffic is flowing over the cable and whether the cable leads to your server or a wireless access device. Labeling your patch panel and even the cables themselves will also save you countless headaches down the line. When this type of documentation is lacking, finger tracing your way through the tangles of cable can become similar to Dorothy’s trek down the Yellow Brick Road, encountering unforeseen obstacles along the way, getting lost and having to follow along your way again. […]