As a cross-platform digital media company, ExecutiveMosaic, the publisher of a GovCon-focused media umbrella including ExecutiveBiz, is continually looking at ways to improve the web experience of our audience.
We also often cover companies that are in the web development, web hosting and strategic marketing fields, as they evolve their offerings for increasingly web and mobile-focused government agencies and commercial enterprises.
As we continue to hone our focus on this space, we will be rolling out more profiles and coverage of companies and their leaders who have established a foothold and are at the forefront of the market for those and related services.
Founded in 1995, the Silver Spring, Md.-based contractor provides a variety of technology services to its more than 300 customers and has its roots in cloud computing, data center and visualization technologies, among others.
Through its web site hosting services, Lore aims to turn their customers websites' from static interfaces into “dynamic and strategic“ ““ and importantly, secure ““ tools.
Lore offers a combination of server hardware, software and applications with a “redundant“ Web hosting architecture and web-based interface to help customers meet “constantly growing demands for Web services.“
Their emphasis is mimicking the functionality of a dedicated server, reducing the labor intensity of website management, minimizing operational costs associated with that management, and supporting internal business needs – – so “you can focus your own staff on other strategic projects.“
That includes the ability to “provision new services (including tools and support services) for yourself without having to rely on phone calls and emails.“
“You don’t need to be concerned about making costly capital investments in technology that soon becomes obsolete,” Lore says. “Lore.net makes the investment on your behalf.”
How is your firm working to lower barriers to entry for e-businesses and provide real-time support for growing online operations?