Moreno Cardenas Lands a New Online Presence

Moreno Cardenas Lands a New Online Presence

Moreno Cardenas Inc. are leaders in project delivery and performance. Since 1990 they have consistently delivered a multitude of services to companies and organizations both large and small. Moreno Cardenas is a planning, engineering, and project management firm that knows their clients look to them to serve as extensions of their staff and to help them develop and manage their construction programs and projects. Moreno Cardenas came to Stanton Street to redesign their website because they know that we pride…

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Stanton Street Announces New Ownership

Stanton Street Announces New Ownership

Brian Wancho is the new Owner/President of Stanton Street, after purchasing the company from Amy O’Rourke. Wancho has been with Stanton Street since 2001, and he has served as CEO since 2005. Brian is also locally well-known as a professional photographer having photographed several El Paso landmarks, business people, and cultural events. He attended the University of Texas at El Paso earning a B.B.A. in Business Administration. “This change is a natural progression for Stanton Street,” states O’Rourke. “Brian has…

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The Future is Now, how to undo emails sent in Gmail

The Future is Now, how to undo emails sent in Gmail

Sending emails is so nerve wrecking, one typo to a potential employer or client can literally make or break your life. If only there was a small window of time that would allow you to turn back the hands of time and retrieve that embarrassing email. Well, if you use Gmail, you’re in luck! Undoing emails is now a setting that you can turn on in your Gmail setting to ensure that your heart doesn’t beat out of your chest…

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Friends Don’t Let Friends Go Live

Friends Don’t Let Friends Go Live

You hear your phone buzzing from the other room, you rush to it because you’re waiting for that call or text. You arrive at your phone only to see the so and so is “going live” Instagram push notification. ARGH!? Frustration ensues. 

Facebook is determined to make users civically engaged with new “Town Hall” feature

Facebook is determined to make users civically engaged with new “Town Hall” feature

During the 2016 election we saw the spread of fake news on social media, the misrepresentation of facts was so overwhelming that we felt compelled to write an entire blog about it. Since then Facebook and other social media sites have been determined to work on their algorithms and carefully vet people using their services. Mark Zuckerberg has exercised his voice and power to become somewhat of a philanthropist. Last month he published an extensive manifesto via Facebook where in…

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Microsoft breaks up with Internet Explorer

Microsoft breaks up with Internet Explorer

A few weeks ago Microsoft decided to end its support of Internet Explorer 10 and all versions previous. Internet Explorer 11 is the last and the only version that Microsoft still supports. Internet Explorer 11 still offers improved security, increased performance, better backward compatibility and support for web standards that helps most sites operate. If you are using Microsoft 10 don’t worry IE11 will continue to be supported. Now that Microsoft has deemed Internet Explorer at its end of life…

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Hunt in Good Company with Stanton Street

Hunt in Good Company with Stanton Street

Hunt Companies provides service members and their families with quality living that they deserve. Hunt Companies wanted their professionalism to translate through their online presence. Having over 30 properties with their own sets of assets could prove challenging. Luckily, it’s Stanton Street’s forte. We have the level of professionalism, organization and creativity that Hunt Companies looks for when redesigning a website. Identifying the needs of the client is always the first step we take when developing a new website or…

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Listen Up Android Users

Listen Up Android Users

Android users listen up! Some of your information might be in the hands of the wrong people. There is a new malware breach that has reached more than 1 Million Google accounts and is infecting 13,000 devices every day. Gooligan is the name of this dangerous software that roots vulnerable Android devices and will steal email addresses and authentication tokens stored on them. Once the malware has your sensitive information it can then access accounts such as Gmail, Google Photos,…

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Snap Out of It

Snap Out of It

Recently I blogged about the distribution of fake news and how Facebook and Google are making it harder for people to peddle misinformation. While certain social media platforms were in the hot seat, Snap (formerly Snapchat) remained out of the spotlight. Snap is Facebook’s biggest competitor, so how did a social media platform with 150 million daily users manages to sidestep the issue? Snap is a growing source of breaking news for users but there are a handful of reasons…

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Are the Ghosts of Christmas Past and Present Haunting your Google Analytics?

Are the Ghosts of Christmas Past and Present Haunting your Google Analytics?

If you’re in charge of your company’s Google Analytics reports, then you may or may not have heard about ghost spam. If you’ve heard of it, and are currently battling it – we salute you. Ghost spam hijacks your Google Analytics ID (ex: UA-XXXXXXX-XX) and plops a fake visit in your analytics report. These visits don’t interact with your site at all, however, they bypass your site by requests of HTTP interactions to Google’s servers saying they did. This is…

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