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Cloud Computing Services & Management

May 30, 2014 in Service/FAQ Blog by Hunor Networking LLC  |  Comments Off on Cloud Computing Services & Management


Cloud Computing Services & Management


Reinvent your processes for greater efficiencies, less redundancy, and improved security. And free up time for continuous innovation.

Cloud computing provides Web-based access for all of your stakeholders across multiple devices. It’s ideal for virtual or remote work forces; it can also reduce your operational cost by eliminating the need to buy hardware and/or software. We offer a full suite of Cloud Computing, Cloud Management Services and Remote Managed Services that allow you to offload monitoring, administration, and maintenance functions so that you can redeploy your most valuable assets — your people — so they can focus on innovation and core business initiatives for your company.

Cloud NetworkingCloud Computing enables:

  • Scalability and elasticity, allowing you to scale up or scale down to adjust to business needs
  • Cost-effectiveness, providing a shift from fixed to variable costs and a “pay for what you use” model
  • On-demand environments that allow applications and services to be provisioned as needed, regardless of user location or device
  • Reduction in capital expenditures and energy consumption
  • Increased business agility, so you can react and respond faster

Find out how we can help you get the right balance between, public, private, or hybrid models, call Sylvia at (202) 670-AHIT (2448).

How to Add Akismet to WordPress

November 17, 2013 in Tech News by Hunor Networking LLC  |  Comments Off on How to Add Akismet to WordPress

This article will focus on how to add Akismet to your WordPress website.  Akismet is the great spam filter for WordPress that helps us filter through our comments easier.


Unfortunately, with owning an email (or several) address you will inevitably get spammed.  Owning your own website and powering it with WordPress will open up your inbox to a wealth of spammers and spam bots alike.

Fortunately the great folks over at Automatic have graciously created a spam filter for us that ships natively with your WordPress installation.

When you first get a WordPress website you’ll notice some pre-formatted settings including a page, post, plugins and widgets.  Akismet can be found under the Plugins tab in the Dashboard navigation.

Go ahead and click on Plugins in the Dashboard navigation.  We’re going to activate and register for Akismet and then set it up on your WordPress website.

Step 1:

Click Activate underneath the Akismet plugin name.


Step 2:

When you click Activate you’ll be greeted with a message in a yellow box asking you to enter in your API key. Click the link and we’ll move on to the Akismet Configuration page.  Here you’ll want to click Get Your Key.  This will take us over to the Akismet site.  Open this link in a new browser window because we’ll be returning to the configuration page soon.


Step 3:

At the Akismet website you’ll see a big blue button that says Get an Akismet API Key.  Click it.


Step 4:

On the next screen click your desired plan.  For the purposes of this article we’ll be selecting Personal.  On the next screen you’ll want to enter in your name and email address.  Select a price that suits your needs.  For personal websites you can slide the amount down to zero and sign-up for a free plan.  Click Continue and Akismet will send you an email with your API key and a greeting message.


Step 5:

Jump back to the Akismet Configuration page in your WordPress Dashboard.  Enter in the API Key you just received in your inbox and click Update Options.  Feel free to check any checkboxes you think are relevant and apply to your website.  We personally like the Auto-Delete option and have that checked.


Step 6:

That’s it! Enjoy Aksimet and your Spam filtered website.

We hope you enjoyed this article on How to Add Akismet to WordPress.  If you have a question or want to comment,  share your thoughts with us below.

Remember, We’re here to help!  Hunor Networking LLC is a Southern Maryland based web and graphic design company that offers affordable website design packages which allow you to manage your business online easily.  We create user friendly websites and connect you to your social media.  Feel free to ask us a question at 202-670-2448 or contact us directly.

Employment Opportunities

February 19, 2013 in Jobs by Hunor Networking LLC  |  Comments Off on Employment Opportunities

I’ve had the good fortune to secure a few software opportunities to recruit on recently and
wanted to share them with you.  Granted, these are not electronics or materials science positions, but I always find that the best candidates are found by ‘cross-pollination’ from other fields.

My client offers relocation and excellent compensation, as well as stock options.

#1) Senior Ruby Developer
Location: Telework, United States (security clearance required)

My client takes the pain out of subscription billing and gives developers the tools they need to outsource their recurring billing. There, you will have a unique opportunity to work on a variety of big, meaningful, technical challenges as their service continues to scale.

They use a service oriented architecture with many independent services and  love unit tests. They iterate quickly, unit test, and deploy often. Their design makes it easy for you to own and grow your part of the service. As a senior developer, you’ll have ownership of your projects and collaborate with some very smart engineers.

About you

*   You love to solve complex problems with the right tools.
*   You’re experienced with building web applications and iterating on new functionality.
*   You write tests with your code.
*   You’re familiar with relational databases (MySQL or Postgres) and MongoDB
*   You have at least 3-5 years of solid professional experience with Ruby on Rails

#2) Head of Front-End Web Development
Location: Telework, United States (security clearance required)

I am looking for an extremely talented front-end developer to help realize the vision for one of the most critical aspects of my new client’s web-based application. Their entire service is delivered through web interactions. This critical role requires top-level command for web interaction design and build techniques. (HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, etc.)

You are a design-minded thinker and a builder. You ideally have strong opinions that have been well formed through experience working with various technologies. You surely have opinions about how to make appropriate tradeoffs during the build process depending on the ultimate objective for the project. You’re also likely a ravenous web user/consumer, with an insatiable curiosity for how various technologies are being used. We’d like to hear your thoughts.

Specific skills

*   Take it from the top: You have a discerning eye for good user-centered design and well formed opinions about the best way to achieve desired outcomes.
*   HTML, CSS, JS and other required skills. You’ve got this down.
*   You likely prototype with HTML/CSS, and can generally build with minimal use of images because you’ve mastered CSS3 and various abstractions of it.
*   You’ve built interfaces which rely on JSON data to be presented nicely.
*   You a care about getting things right, but are also capable of making appropriate tradeoffs when necessary.
*   Rapid prototyping – to post and paste a wall full of flows and directions to get it right.
*   Experience organizing and maintaining front-end resources on large projects.
*   You’re a natural communicator.

About the role

My client’s entire service is delivered through web interactions. Their business depends on their ability to make interactions graceful and intuitive. This critical role requires a top-level command for web interaction design and build techniques. This person will own the responsibility of building new interfaces as well as rationalizing existing flows in an effort to continually improve the overall usability and success of our service.

This person will work closely with our Engineering team as well as our Design and Product teams to deliver cohesive user interactions that are a joy to use for our customers.

They practice a Scrum methodology. They focus intensely, and execute well on what they set out to achieve. You’ll be part of making that happen.

#3) Graphic Designer

Location: Telework, United States (security clearance required)

They are  looking for a graphic designer to join our team who will own the development of their visual communications. From layout, to asset creation, through delivery by working with their front-end team.

This role will span from webpages to application interface design. User Experience is critical for our business, and the graphic designer will play a key role in ensuring that our visual communications are clean, simple, intuitive and pixel perfect.

This person will ensure that we maintain a consistency in our design aesthetic from the moment that a customer comes to our website, through signup and on boarding, and beyond into newsletter communications and webinars.

About you

*   You’re passionate about designing achingly beautiful websites.
*   You think in terms of design systems.
*   You get giddy when thinking about designing a full icon set.
*   You have an opinion about flat vs skeuomorphic interfaces.
*   You’re a type nerd.
*   You get excited about helping shape the direction of an app used by thousands of people.
*   You can use design to drive conversions.
*   You have an eye like a hawk for detail.
*   You feel physical pain when elements are aligned to a grid.
*   You can cogently communicate about your work to non-designers

#4) Javascript Developer
Location: Telework, United States (security clearance required)

My client is investing heavily in Javascript to run in the browser and on the backend. They aree looking for developers to help us extend their platform, improve their UI, and build innovative Javascript libraries.

Specific Skills
You know JavaScript inside and out.
You don’t have to use jQuery for everything in the browser.
You want to use Node.js.
They use Ruby (on Rails & Sinatra) and Node.js on the backend. You should be able to understand the code, but don’t have to be an expert.

IF you are interested in any of the above opportunities, please alert me by sending me a resume with cover-letter.  Submitting a resume for a position not described above is fine, too, but please make a note that you are not a good fit for the positions in the current listing.

Total Cost of Ownership of Color Laser vs. an Inkjet Printer

November 6, 2012 in Misc. News by Hunor Networking LLC  |  Comments Off on Total Cost of Ownership of Color Laser vs. an Inkjet Printer


If you are in the market to buy or replace a color printer, you should always consider the Total Cost of Ownership or TCO and compare the overall cost of printing with a color laser printer vs. an inkjet printer.

Although inkjet printers are initially much less expensive, laser printers offer a much better value over time because their toner cartridges are only slightly more expensive, and last between three and 10 times longer. Most small business owners often look to low-cost inkjet printers to solve their printing problems, not taking time to thoroughly compare printers and costs!

Inkjet Cost Myth

Inkjet printers, although very inexpensive to purchase, often have a very high cost per page for cartridge supplies. It’s not uncommon for inkjet cost per page analyses to work out to be $0.25 to more than a $1 per page.

Be sure to consider all of the costs when you attempt to compare printers!

For a relatively low volume of 50 to 100 pages a month, the supply costs aren’t too bad! But, if you decide or need to print 200 to 500 pages a month, the cost becomes pretty high! Consider that $0.25 X 200 pages = $50, supply costs must be factored in as you compare printers.

Laser Printer Cost Advantages

Consider that an entry level business Color Laser printer can be bought for less than $250. If one uses the same cost comparison method, the cost is less than $0.16 per page. ($231 street price divided by 1500 sheets = $0.154 per page).

The savings become even greater when the costs of the printer and subsequent high capacity replacement toner cartridges are used and factored in over a 3 year period. (the considered useful life of a laser printer!) The use of high capacity toner cartridges can lower the costs even more! ($231 divided by 5000 sheets = $0.046 per page)

Be sure to consider all of these issues when you start to compare printers.

Technical things to look for when choosing a printer!

As you might guess from their technical differences, inkjet and laser printers cover a wide range of capabilities and cost. Laser printers typically use a laser to produce an electrically charged image on a drum, roll it through some toner and then fuse the toner to the paper by using heat (just like a copier machine). Inkjet printers, spray ink directly onto paper which then must dry. Both types of printers have their appropriate use, but you can draw enough conclusions to effectively compare the two technologies.

When comparing printers, consider the following:

Cost Per Page

Roughly, the cost of the toner or ink divided by the number of pages provided before replacement of the cartridge is required! Total Cost Some printers require users to regularly replace print heads, fuser drums and so forth. Others include these with each toner or ink cartridge. Consider both of these items when comparing cost per page figures.

  • Speed
    Speed is expressed in pages per minute (ppm). Relevant for higher use printers, or long documents (at 3 ppm, a typical low-cost inkjet speed, a 30-page document would take about 10-15 minutes to print). Note that most inkjet printers have several speed and quality settings so compare these features appropriately.
  • Memory
    Printers with low memory (or no memory as is common in inkjet printers) may have trouble printing pages with lots of graphics, or be slower when printing multiple pages. Many inkjet printers DO NOT HAVE BUILT IN MEMORY and depend on the computer to provide printing memory, thus resulting in slower printing.  Most Laser printers usually have built in memory to efficiently handle high speed printing tasks!
  • Duty Cycle
    Represents the number of pages a printer can handle per month without breaking down. 20,000 pages per month is considered business quality printing! Be aware that manufacturers can and do manipulate these numbers! For example, the number of pages per toner or ink cartridge is typically provided assuming 5% coverage. This means that ink only covers 5% of the page. While this may be true for a text-only letter, a full page photo or mixed text and graphics will have far higher coverage, providing only a fraction of the expected number of pages (by comparison, an entire page of black would be 100% coverage).



Other Points to Consider

  • An idle inkjet printer (not used for a week or more) often results in dried-up ink cartridges that must be replaced.
  • Laser printers are far more forgiving. They can sit idle for months at a time without deleterious effects.
  • Laser cartridges are recyclable; ink jet cartridges are generally considered a disposable item.
  • If printing more than 300 pages per month, you should consider a heavy-duty business-class printer.
  • Most inkjet printers are not easily nor affordably serviced; replacement is often more cost-effective.

Get a Mobile Online Presence

April 12, 2011 in Service/FAQ Blog by Hunor Networking LLC  |  Comments Off on Get a Mobile Online Presence

Many know the impact of a website:  far reaching and almost free advertisement.  However, mobile interfaces are usually small and so a developer has to re-create in a flexible layout, resize all image contents etc.

Hunor Networking provides a low cost presence on the rapidly growing mobile Web.  With an easy to use control panel, you can edit / maintain your mobile website, saving you some in maintenance.

Therefore, your mobile website has the potential to provide you with the capability to:

  • Maintain your website, which Hunor Networking specially design for mobile devices of all kinds.
  • Add maps, one touch dialing, and special promotions for visitors.
  • Automatically detect whether to display the full site or mobile site to visitors.

With mobile Web users increasing by 148% in 2009 alone, having an easy to reach mobile presence is key to increasing your online exposure.

The number of people who browse the Internet on their cell phones is on the rise and if your website is not accessible via mobile phones or is not mobile friendly, you are losing a large portion of potential traffic.


This is one thing where many new mobile-interface developers hesitate. Below are some tips that can help remove that hesitation:


Use proper code and make sure that its 100% valid because most mobile browsers aren’t as good as their PC (Personal-Computer) counterparts so you should make sure that it’s valid.


It’s not always easy to discover how your layout will look on all mobile browsers as there are far too many mobile devices used for web browsing and to track them all can be a big pain. One way to address/bypass this problem is the use fluid layouts that will automatically adjust to the screen size.

To accomplish this avoid setting widths in pixels and use percentages or ems instead. For instance, instead of:

width: 400px;

width: 100%

width: 1.0ems


You can always target various mobile devices for better user-experience. For example, for targeting users browsing your site using Handheld devices you can use this in your website’s <head>:

<link rel=”stylesheet” href=”handheld.css” type=”text/css” media=”handheld”/>

You can find more about these media types at this link: – Media Types.


For your mobile website to go successful, don’t use Javascript or Flash or any other of those fancy scripts available out there. Because majority of mobile devices fail to interpret these and end up either freezing the device or just doing something stupid!

If you really want to use these then should give your user a Polite Option so that your user knows what his/her mobile handset is loading and opening up (and if anything goes wrong, it’s their fault and not yours because you already warned them).


This is one thing that almost everyone should take care of! Don’t fill up your mobile page with ads. And this is not only for the mobile page but also for the original website.

It’s an old saying, “One rotten Apple in a basket makes all others dirty”. It goes true for these websites which are full of ads. These websites don’t care about User-Experience but only care about the money that comes into their pockets (because CPM is high on mobile devices).

So my suggestion, just don’t fill it up with ads! “Just don’t make your page with colourful ads.”


For making your brand successfull you should also include an automatic “Mobile Browser Detection & Redirection” server-side script (eg. PHP).  You might also use this as User Agent detection, where a server makes a decision on what to serve based on how an incoming browser describes its capabilities. You might also want to use this as an alternative or fallback method to the previous one Mobile Browser Detection in PHP. Other implementations feature real-time JavaScript requests to databases like DeviceAtlas or WURFL that also supply information on what a device can do. A mobile version is not complete until it’s automatically triggered for every mobile user!


Yes! You read it correctly. If you have a really high user-base, make a dedicated application targeting various mobile interfaces. Facebook, Gmail, Twitter, Yahoo and many other big-companies have done this and this is why they have been so successful. If you make an application for specific handsets then you no longer have to care about all the Fancy scripts etc. because you can then enhance the application your own way (you can’t change the mobile browser but definitely your own application).

Announcement vs Discussion Listserv

March 4, 2011 in Service/FAQ Blog by Hunor Networking LLC  |  Comments Off on Announcement vs Discussion Listserv

What’s the difference between a discussion and an announcement list?

Discussion lists:

Discussion lists, on the other hand, are more like forums – while one person may start the conversation, list subscribers are all able to contribute and reply to everyone else on the list.

Email that is sent to the list will then be distributed to everyone else on that list via a moderator. For a large list, this may mean a single message being re-distributed to several thousand people, so it’s worth thinking about what you put in your message and only including as much of the message you’re replying to, if necessary.

Announcement lists:

An announcement list essential functions like a newsletter – information is distributed in one direction to people who are subscribed to the list.  They are used for breaking news, announcements and special offers, campaigns etc.


What Is Feedburner?

March 4, 2011 in Service/FAQ Blog by Hunor Networking LLC  |  Comments Off on What Is Feedburner?

Feedburner takes the RSS feed from sites like this one and distributes them to subscribers. You may be wondering, what is a feed?

A feed is an easy way to distribute content without requiring people to actually visit your site. A person can subscribe to a website’s feed and gain access  to regular updates of a website. These updates are delivered automatically using either email, a new reader, or a web portal.

Feedburner is great because it enables the person to keep up to date with  a website’s content. You can have the feed delivered right to your inbox. This way you will always be  notified of important posts, events, contests, and news.

What is the difference between rss feed and feedburner? Is there any difference?

RSS:   you would need to view the feed online or download like a newspaper (see more at “What is RSS? blog entry)

FEEDBURNER:   feed is emailed straight to your mail inbox

* See Feedburner at WIKI

What is RSS?

March 4, 2011 in Service/FAQ Blog by Hunor Networking LLC  |  Comments Off on What is RSS?

What is RSS?  (“Feed-icon.svg“)

RSS is a format for delivering regularly changing web content. Many news-related sites, weblogs and other online publishers syndicate their content as an RSS Feed to whoever wants it.  RSS is a technology that is being used by millions of web users around the world to keep track of their favorite websites.

In the ‘old days’ of the web to keep track of updates on a website you had to ‘bookmark’ websites in your browser and manually return to them on a regular basis to see what had been added.

RSS solves a problem for people who regularly use the web. It allows you to easily stay informed by retrieving the latest content from the sites you are interested in. You save time by not needing to visit each site individually. You ensure your privacy, by not needing to join each site’s email newsletter.

The problems with bookmarking

  • You as the web surfer had to do all the work
  • It can get complicated when you are trying to track many websites at once
  • You miss information when you forget to check your bookmarks
  • You end up seeing the same information over and over again on sites that don’t update very often

RSS Changes Everything

What if you could tell a website to let you know every time that they update? In a sense, this is what RSS does for you.

RSS flips things around a little and is a technology that provides you with a method of getting relevant and up to date information sent to you for you to read in your own time. It saves you time and helps you to get the information you want quickly after it was published.

RSS stands for ‘Really Simple Syndication’. Many people describe it as a ‘news feed’ that you subscribe to.

I find the ‘subscription’ description helpful. It’s like subscribing to a magazine that is delivered to you periodically but instead of it coming in your physical mail box each month when the magazine is published it is delivered to your ‘RSS Reader’ every time your favorite website updates.

How to Use RSS

There are many feed readers going around with a variety of approaches and features –

Find Some Feeds to Subscribe to – there are two places to look for a site’s feed:

  1. On the Site
  2. In Your Browser

Browser Subscription

Many internet browsers now have the ability to find and subscribe to RSS feeds built right into them.

When you surf to a site you can usually tell if it has an RSS feed by looking in the right hand side of address bar where you type in the site’s URL.

Here’s how it looks for Hunor Networking when you’re using Firefox:

Using Safari Browser it is a Reader icon:

Other modern browsers will have similar icons.

To quickly and easily subscribe by clicking these icons you’ll want to set up your browser to do it with your feed reader of choice.

Once you’ve done this and have subscribed to a few feeds you’ll begin to see unread items in your Feed Reader and you can start reading.

Don’t want to Use an RSS Reader? Email is an Option

Many sites also enable you to subscribe to RSS feeds via a more familiar medium – Email (Mac Mail, Thunderbird, Outlook etc.)   On the right hand sidebar there is a field where you can enter your email address and get a daily email with a summary of the latest posts.

At Hunor Networking, you can subscribe/unsubscribe at any time, most importantly your email will be kept private and not used for any other purposes than to send these daily updates.

Read more at:  WIKI RSS

Selecting A Payment Provider: PayPal® and®

March 3, 2011 in Service/FAQ Blog by Hunor Networking LLC  |  Comments Off on Selecting A Payment Provider: PayPal® and®

The Basics To Selecting A Payment Provider

Online payment processing is a complex topic. To help simplify it, I’ll focus on two payment processors my clients have had good success with: PayPal® and®

Authorize.Net LogoAcceptance Mark

What You Need:
To accept payments online, you need two things: a “payment gateway” and a “merchant account”. When a customer makes a purchase, the “payment gateway” handles the authorization – meaning it contacts the credit card issuer and makes sure the card is valid. If it’s good, the “payment gateway” will then charge the card, and deposit funds into the online store owner’s “merchant account”. Sometimes, the “payment gateway” and “merchant account” are two different companies; sometimes they are one in the same. The online store I work with (ECT) allows you to configure more than one payment processor, to give your customers a choice.

What It Will Cost: There are typically several fees involved in utilizing an online payment processor. Compare fees for different payment processors to see which is most beneficial for your small business. Here are a few examples of fees:

Fee Name and Description
One Time Set Up Fee
Monthly Fees
Per Transaction Fee – for each online transaction processed
Discount Rate % – percentage of each transaction

Using PayPal® as Your Online Payment Processor

PayPal® bundles it’s services and offers comprehensive online payment processing. They are a payment gateway and merchant account rolled into one. To accept payments online, you simply need to sign up for a PayPal® business account. If you only need PayPal® “Buy Now” buttons on your website, sign up for Website Payment Standard. If you have an online store, sign up for Website Payments Pro.

Use the referrer link below to sign up for a PayPal® Business account:
Sign up for PayPal and start accepting credit card payments instantly.

Using® as Your Online Payment Processor® is primarily a payment gateway, but since they were acquired by CyberSource, they also can provide merchant accounts.

Comparing PayPal® and®

Below is a brief comparision of PayPal® and® payment processing costs. Note the® costs are shown for payment gateway and merchant accounts, for a fair comparision to PayPal®‘s Website Payments Pro. (This information is only for reference and you should check each company for the latest info.)

Description PayPal® Website Payments Pro® Payment Gateway and Merchant Account
Set Up Fee $0 $99
Monthly Fee $30 $42.95 – $57.95
Per Transaction Fee $0.30 $0.35
Discount Rate % 2.2% – 2.9% 2.19%
VISA/MC Included Included
American Express Included Separate Application
Discover Card Included Separate Application
eChecks Included Separate Application
Automatic Deposit Complex Simple
ECT Online Store Fully Compatible Fully Compatible
Ability To Collect Complete Customer Data No, because PayPal Express Checkout is required. Yes
Customer remains on your website for entire transaction. Not always. If they want to use their PayPal account, they will leave your website and may not come back. Yes

PayPal® is a registered trademark of PayPal, Inc.
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Google Revamps to Fight Cheaters

February 27, 2011 in Tech News by Hunor Networking LLC  |  Comments Off on Google Revamps to Fight Cheaters

Google Revamps to Fight Cheaters

Google Inc., long considered the gold standard of Internet search, is changing the secret formula it uses to rank Web pages as it struggles to combat websites that have been able to game its system.

The Internet giant, which handles nearly two-thirds of the world’s Web searches, has been under fire recently over the quality of its results. Google said it changed its mathematical formula late Thursday in order to better weed out “low-quality” sites that offer users little value. Some such sites offer just enough content to appear in search results and lure users to pages loaded with advertisements.

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As it happens with desktops, smartphones over time and daily use are also slowing. This is due, mainly, to fill it with apps, music, videos, photos, and when then do not use most of them. So occasionally it does not hurt to do a little cleansing the iPhone to free up space and eliminate anything that does not serve us and makes you go a little slower. PhoneClean is a best iphone cleaner, it can make your iphone run faster.

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