So, whoever came up with the code injection I ran across this morning - kudos.
your business can have the custom programming required to run your business as efficiently as possible
your business, no matter the size, deserves a website you are proud of, that does exactly what you need
your creative agency shouldn't have to turn away work because you don't have developers on staff, or your developers are busy.
your customers deserve to have access to excellent technical support and customer service even when you're busy.
kiveo gets new office space!
kiveo moved into it's new office space at 133 N Trade Street this morning. We're über excited about the new office and can't wait to welcome everyone who wants to see the ginormous new space and sit down and talk Social Media strategy and mobile application development. Ok -- that's cheese - just stop by and say "Hi"!
Can't wait to see you!
In all the hustle and bustle (bussle? buscel?...you know what I mean!) we overlooked one tiny thing. Our sign. So for all the concerned people who were wondering what happened to our beautiful sign (thanks Sally! and thank-you, Mike for coming out on a Saturday to help!), here ya are:
And yes...we are quite concerned about being taken over by the kudzu behind our office...we're trying to get Google to part with a few of their goats to remedy the problem, but we're already having problems with kids playing on our roof (pun COMPLETELY intended). This past Saturday we arrived to find the internet down. After calling the great guys at PANGAEA and High Tech House Call (our internet provider and our über smart network & computer repair guys, respectively), we found out that someone had gone on our roof and unscrewed our high-powered WiFi antenna from our internal network (see the tiny white blob floating above our building to the right? That's an antenna for a wireless 5x5Mbps connection to the PANGEA fiber network installed by the guys at High Tech House Call). Seeing as how the hill abuts our roof, we think we may just deal with the kids of the human variety, rather than waiting for those of the cloven-hoof variety to inevitably lose their taste for kudzu and come after our equipment.