The author warns explicitly about technical considerations to complete a successful project. Clients who pay multimedia project specialists demand this happen all the time. Multimedia Make It Work: Delivery To The Web read.
Multimedia Make It Work: Delivery To The Web read
Therefore, depending on server ownership you may or may not have control over issues such as security control, integrated into a Local Area Network (LAN) or intranet, satisfactory tune the server’s configuration, and include specific software settings needed. Webmasters and a high-bandwidth connection resources rely upon delivering projects to the web. It is important to ascertain during the planning phase the host’s limitations and work the project accordingly.
Consequently, never underestimate the power of search engines and social media. Your project has to be discoverable using meta data, postings and images to attract an audience.
Multimedia Make It Work: Delivery To The Web read.
I admit to not planning ahead in costing for webmasters and a high-bandwidth, so I would be taking that hit to ole wallet. As well, the search engine optimization is another service I was unaware of and really didn’t even know it was a thing, until now. Good post.
There’s an old axiom that states: “people don’t plan to fail, they fail to plan.” Never more true than in the of web hosting, especially all the finicky band widths they may be encountered.
That’s always been one of my favorite quotes – “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” Benjamin Franklin
Yes! Media companies must learn to and retain attention to scaling their resource choices to their actual needs. No one likes a server with reliability issues, but even fewer people like a company that goes belly-up because of a lack of planning.