Important info about the web, mobile, security and GIS.

Facebook Security

By Lisa Bednarz | Apr 6, 2017 | Comments Off on Facebook Security

If you don’t use Facebook, this doesn’t pertain to you…but also how do you live without knowing what your friends and kids had for dinner and seeing the pictures of it? Anyway, it’s probably past time to check some settings in Facebook. If you take any of those little quizzes like “What pizza topping are…

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Phone Scams

By Lisa Bednarz | Mar 25, 2017 | Comments Off on Phone Scams

Police department people, you all are more than familiar with this information. There may be some tips at the end that you might be interested in. If you’re around my age (old) you probably miss the days where people just used the phone to prank call you or just breathe heavily on the other end…

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Don’t let your selfies give you away

By Lisa Bednarz | Mar 3, 2017 | Comments Off on Don’t let your selfies give you away

This is old news for some, but I think some of us probably never gave it a thought. Here’s a video showing that people can get your exact location from your photos on any social media site. They can save your photos and look at the details (or metadata for geeks) and find where the…

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Password Security

By Lisa Bednarz | Feb 23, 2017 | Comments Off on Password Security

Because this is the easiest but probably most important thing each of us can do to protect ourselves and our network, I chose to start with password security. I know some of your passwords because I have to work on your computers. If they are that easy for me to remember, they probably aren’t secure.…

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Cyber Safety Emails

By Lisa Bednarz | Feb 15, 2017 | Comments Off on Cyber Safety Emails

In case you don’t know about what is going on with the world of technology, people, governmental entities, businesses, etc. are either under attack or vulnerable to being targeted for attacks from cybercriminals. Rather than overwhelm everyone with a ton of general information all at once, I thought I’d break it down into individual topics…

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By Loretta Gale | Sep 28, 2016 | Comments Off on Vote
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The Best Things in Life Are Free!

By Loretta Gale | Jun 15, 2016 | Comments Off on The Best Things in Life Are Free!
Screen Shot of Farmington's Free Redesign

The moon belongs to everyone The best things in life they’re free The stars belong to everyone They cling there for you and for me And a StarGOV redesign for current clients every three years — the best things in life are free! Thank you for your loyalty and giving us the opportunity to serve…

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GeoMarketing with Infobytes

By infobytes | Jun 2, 2016 | Comments Off on GeoMarketing with Infobytes

Geomarketing is the integration of geographical analysis into various aspects of marketing, including sales and distribution. Geomarketing can be used to: Determine where you customers live Better understand the demographic makeup of your customers Research where to allocate marketing funds and pinpoint target demographics View the effectiveness of sales and marketing campaigns Determine the best location for new…

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Online Utility Maps & Flow Direction

By infobytes | May 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Infobytes custom web mapping includes the ability to see flow direction of utility lines right on the map. Check out this map we created for the City of Yukon, Oklahoma which shows the City sewer lines as well as the flow direction of each line. This type of information is critical for utility and public…

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Big Data is No Match for Infobytes Mapping Technology

By infobytes | Apr 20, 2016 | Comments Off on Big Data is No Match for Infobytes Mapping Technology

Infobytes was recently asked by a client to map their 1 ft. contour line elevation data on their web map consisting of over 200,000 rows of data. Displaying this amount of data in the browser has not been feasible in the past, at least in a manner fast enough not to cause the user to…

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