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We all know the name Internet Explorer - from the late 1990’s through the early 2000’s, IE was THE tool for browsing the internet. Whether for business or pleasure, Internet Explorer was a household name. Fast forward to 2019 and Internet Explorer has faded into the background in favor of other browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, or the less popular, and less useful, Microsoft Edge. While most individuals have migrated away from Internet Explorer in favor of more robust browsers, there are a handful of businesses who still use Internet Explorer despite the fact that all development of new features on the platform has stopped and support is basically non-existent as of 2015. Given the current selection of browser options, why on earth would a business choose to remain linked to Internet Explorer?

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Scrambled: Netflix Wins Streaming War

Scrambled: Netflix Wins Streaming War

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In this edition of Scrambled, the Green Egg Media team has scoured the internet for up-to-date and relevant news sources from around the tech industry. In today's blog, we focus on the number of new streaming services set to hit the market over the...

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Tipster: How to Choose a Web Design Company

Tipster: How to Choose a Web Design Company

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Selecting a web development and design company can be a daunting task, especially for the newer business or small business development team. It is important to think ahead and understand, to the best of your ability, the parameters of your project...

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Fixing WordPress Redirect Loop with AWS Elastic Load Balancer

Fixing WordPress Redirect Loop with AWS Elastic Load Balancer

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AWS Elastic Load Balancers communicate with EC2 instances over standard HTTP, which can cause issues when WordPress is setup to use SSL. A single line of code in wp-config.php can fix this problem.

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