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For websites: service, security and programming

After graduating in computer science, I have been offering services for information technology and data processing since February 2008. These included the creation of websites, website optimization as well as online advertising/online marketing. Over time, there has also been a growing demand for web site security concepts.

In addition to several years of project experience in Germany and abroad, I can look back on many years of experience in various areas, which allows me to understand interdisciplinary relationships. If necessary, a network of specialized colleagues, such as communications experts, media designers, hardware engineers, programmers and security specialists, is available. This guarantees the reliable handling of even larger projects.

Security for websites: Protection, data backup and recovery

Malware: Viruses, Trojans, worms and so-called spyware are a constant threat that should not be underestimated. A hacker attack, e. g. to your company website, can cause significant damage. The reputation of your company suffers, the position of your web pages in search engine results (the so-called "SERPs") deteriorates dramatically: such scenarios can be effectively countered by a suitable security concept.

Website programming: Customization and creation

There are a lot of Content Management Systems , which are free and also available for free. These systems just need to be installed and set up. Within these systems, ready-to-use components and modules are available for many applications (such as shop systems, booking portals etc.), which can be adapted to the special requirements.

Applications and databases can be specially developed for your grown, company-specific use cases. Accompanying the fields serve as well Business Process Modeling and Information/Knowledge Management.


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