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Security Think Tank: Enable people using good security and risk methodology

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Red Hat adds Gluster metadata cache and container deployment

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UK impersonation fraud up 39% in last quarter of 2016

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Case study: How the Department for Education deployed flexible IT

The Department of Education has upgraded its ageing datacentre to the Azure cloud and Office 365, and rolled out Microsoft Surface devices

ISPs to pay automatic compensation for broadband faults

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LastPass releases fix browser extension security flaws

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How Google is riding the multi-cloud wave to win over the enterprise

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Almost 45% of men want a robot-led shopping experience in the future

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Website Development

Business now demands a respectable web presence.  That means a practical, clean, and visually appealing web-site that expresses your company’s mission and capabilities.  At TCB, we can create a web-site that will more than amply represent your business’s services and products.  Each site that we construct brings us closer to our vision of what the internet is capable of achieving for business.


We pride ourselves on the following guidelines:

• The navigation of your web site will be intuitively clear
• Your web site will have an excellent user interface and a highly satisfying feel
• Your web site will be useful and constitute a complete working system
• All aspects of your web site will be of high quality
• Your web site will be up to date with regards to the most recent trends and technologies
 

The Process…

In order for us to achieve these goals, our method of web-design separates the project into three primary categories.  This system has allowed us to maintain an extremely high level of quality assurance, and allows our experienced project managers to ensure that deadlines are met.
 
• Research and Planning
• Art Direction & Design
• Computer Programming
 
Our web-site developers will contact you for discussion so that you can describe to them exactly how you intend your website to serve you.  From there, we’ll help you meet those objectives, and also offer ideas which may expand your ambitions.
 
Practicality, functionality, and originality.  Those are the standards you should expect once your web-site is completed.  TCB’s web-sites have always been user-friendly as well as widely compatible, so that your business has access to the largest possible online audience.  Our sensible designs will please site visitors, all of whom are potential customers.  It’s important that you attract visitors’ attentions immediately, which our original design schemes are readily capable of.  
 

The Advantages…
 
Attempting to develop your company’s web-site in-house can be a complicated process.  Creating a web-site that will successfully boast your offerings and achievements while simultaneously holding visitor interest is a challenge that requires more than just html and Adobe Photoshop fluency.
 
If you’re trying to decide whether or not make your web-site an in-house project, these are the questions you should ask yourself:
 
• "Does your company have the resources to do the design?"
• "Does the in-house designer know the correct languages and software programs?”
• "Is it less expensive to outsource the project?
 
It is often the case that hiring someone out of house would be the more cost-effective option.  Also, you must consider that a web-site design is a project that involves a steep learning curve.  

If your employees are inexperienced in the field, you will inevitably be paying for the mistakes they make along the way, as well as the over-time they need to fix them.
Save your time and money, trust your web-site development to the professionals at TCB.

Find the best value for your business:

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Mobile Marketing Optional Included Optional
E-commerce SEO Optional Optional Optional
Multilingual SEO Optional Optional Optional
Code Optimization Optional Optional Optional
Copywriting Optional Optional Optional
Web Development Optional Optional Optional
Pay Per Click Marketing Optional Optional Optional
Unlisted Link Building Optional Optional Optional
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Online Reputation Management Optional Optional Optional
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