January 2018 Update: we have brought EKSMS under the umbrella of EKlär Solutions...if you have any Social Media needs contact us! If your business needs help with Social Media visit our sister company at eklarsms.wordpress.com http://eklarsms.wordpress.com/
Have you ever wondered why many aspects of your desktop are not as configurable as one might expect...and do you remember Windows 3.1? Once upon a time, long ago, we were unofficial IT support for the accident-prone switchboard operator at a medical Royal College. One afternoon the luckless lady asked for help with her screen. … Continue reading Support in the dark
This post has been archived, please visit the new page. Our breadth of experience enables EKlär Solutions to support many applications and systems. For example, although we work primarily within the .NET framework, we can 'reverse engineer' PHP and other languages. We no longer primarily develop in FMPro or MS Access, however we can support your … Continue reading Support
This post has been archived, please visit the new page. EKlär Solutions has a strong background in data analysis, data cleansing and data migration; a simplified process of data migration is illustrated here. Legacy Data, Interim System Data: many systems have been upgraded or modified a number of times, or the business model has changed. Old … Continue reading Data Migration
To make the structure of a CMS-based website a little clearer, a typical technology stack is illustrated here. Web Host: every website needs to be hosted on a server; the web host provides one or more of the following: domain, fileserver, database, email server Domain: this is what gives your website its unique ‘address’ User … Continue reading CMS Website Technology Structure
The example below shows an HTML page developed on a local IIS Server using MS Expression Web. IF you need help or advice to use HTML code in your website -- CMS or otherwise -- we can help!
One-to-one or group workshops can be created to clarify aspects of your hardware such as your printer. The example below shows an excerpt from a workshop to get the best quality scanned images and how to manipulate or optimise them using Windows Photo Gallery.
One-to-one or group workshops can be created to clarify aspects of MS Office suite such as Word or PowerPoint. The example below shows an excerpt from a workshop to create greetings cards using Word. Although not a design tool, Word can be manipulated to produce professional-looking stationery.