bizZone is thrilled to announce that we were selected to deliver a 27 month project that aims to improve the economic prosperity of women entrepreneurs in the Simcoe County and York Region area.
We are thrilled to announce that the Canadian Society of Association Executives has published Social Intelligence Demystified, a book authored by Biz-Zone's President & CEO.
After 15 years Biz-Zone has acquired the bizzone.com domain name thanks to the assistance of domain acquisition experts Name Ninja.
Julie King, President and CEO of Biz-Zone Internet Group Inc., has been nominated the CATAAlliance "National Public Relations Excellence in Science and Technology Reporting" award.
There has been a lot of news coverage, for good reason, of the significant vulnerability found in OpenSSL, dubbed "heart bleed", that was announced last week. Further to the announcement we sent to clients via email, we want to reassure all of our clients that the servers Biz-Zone maintains are not and have never been affected, as we used a different version of OpenSSL. You can reassure your members and/or customers that their information was not at risk due to this vulnerability.
Instead of looking at your web project as a commodity, consider instead the value the technology can bring to your organization and just as importantly, the value you offer to your constituents.
The CSAE Summer Summit is one of the most anticipated and memorable events of the year. Here are photo and video highlights from the 2013 Summer Summit!
The web is changing quickly - the video you are about to watch was created in a new platform that makes videos fully interactive. So we thought we'd mix things up and use the latest video tools to take a look back at complexities of web design "Back in th
Today the web has experienced a quantum shift in terms of what designers can (and do) present online. Yet Google's Page Layout algorithm adjustment may be turning the clock back on how we can design if we care about search optimization.
Biz-Zone is thrilled to be selected as the Small Business of the Year award winner in a competitive process that saw many outstanding smaller firms nominated.