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Polar Loop Review
11/25/14
By: Dominica Latus
One hot item that appears on many wish lists this holiday season are fitness wristbands/watches. But with all the options available it can be hard to decide which one to get. The best wristband for you all depends on what information you hope to get from it and what your goals are.   A little over a month ago I made the decision that it was time to upgrade from the Fitbit Flex. Don’t get me wrong, I loved my Flex. It...
Lori Highby featured in Milwaukee Business Journal
11/24/14
By: Greg Brey
Keystone Click's very own Lori Highby graced the cover of the most recent issue of the Milwaukee Business Journal.   Lori was interviewed for being a dynamic, successful individual who started Keystone Click and is the key factor behind its impressive growth and success.    I enjoy it a lot. I'm excited for what the future will hold." - Highby said in the interview.    Highby was praised for her talents and abilities on...
KSC attends MIMA: Focus on User Experience
11/21/14
By: Dominica Latus
Last night a few members of the Keystone Click team and I attended the Milwaukee Interactive Marketing Agency’s event, Focus on User Experience. We took away some great information on how and why having both the business owner and product users involved in the user experience design is so important to the success of the product.   Mike Kornacki of Johnson Controls started off the event with some great points about how...
11/17/14
By: Laura Walsh
WHY is it so hard to watch “just one episode” of your favorite TV series on Netflix? WHY?   Thanks to streaming platforms such as Netflix, Hulu, HBOgo, it is getting easier and easier for us mindless, lazy Sunday humans to say YES to “just one more episode*” (*and by one more episode, we mean probably around 2-4). They make it easy to binge watch by automatically counting down to the next episode before your pulse can...
11/14/14
By: Kevin Ward
Once considered a secure algorithm, SHA-1 has proved to be getting weaker year after year. Search engines, including Google, are finally pushing web users to move on from SHA-1. What Is SHA-1? SHA-1 is the widely used security algorithm that secures sensitive and personal websites, software, and corporate servers. According to Netcraft.com, almost 90% of websites that use SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryptions, such as...
Holiday Shopping Infographic
11/14/14
By: Dominica Latus
The holiday season is the biggest shopping season of the year. Check out these stats as we explored spending habits, shopping trends, and other seasonal fun facts!   Happy Holidays!  
Beware of Poodle
11/06/14
By: Jim Jennings
Poodle is the name of a new security vulnerability linked to the SSL (https) protocol (a widely used security measure between two machines operating over the Internet or on an internal network). SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. Here Is What You Need To Know  In support of legacy browsers, the SSL standard is allowed to 'downgrade' to earlier versions of the protocol. A legacy browser is the previous version of an...