To start a business or not to start a business, that is... not the question. The real question is do you want to learn the hard way or the right way? — David Galica

Over the span of 15 years, Armor Techs has evolved into the diverse I.T., Marketing, and Engineering service company it is now. Located in downtown DeKalb, Armor has grown into the company you see today but not without going through a number of hurdles.

It all started with a small idea of building an electronic hobby...
Friday March 16th, 2018Read More

Or, One Man's Solution to Battle the World's Pollution Problem




In the wake of President Trump's decision to remove America from the Paris Climate agreement, you'd be forgiven for feeling a little negative about the future of the planet. This is particularly worrying in light of recent evidence that the Earth’s permafrost—so named, because it remains frozen year round—is melting. Fortunately, the leaders of ...
Friday March 9th, 2018Read More
What is Search Engine Optimization (SEO)?

A quality product speaks for itself. Your business excels in its field, and you need a website that won’t sell you short. Armor websites have the quality and unique content to put you on the cutting edge of internet marketing and social media presence. Armor accomplishes this through Search Engine Optimization: a process that utilizes keywords algorithmically isolated to be associated with your business on search engines. We make sure that your ...
Thursday March 8th, 2018Read More
In the age of digital media, the average user of any website, app, etc. has an attention span of between 6 and 8 seconds. With only a fraction of a minute to convince a visitor to use your website for whatever purpose they may have in mind (information, product, services, etc.), it's important that your website loads, is engaging, and that the content the user first sees is engaging enough to convince them that your website is the choice for them.  

Using Those 8 Seconds Effectively
Tuesday March 6th, 2018Read More
Get on Top of Your SEO with These Quick Tips

What a crazy world we live in. Technology is constantly changing, and it's increasingly difficult to stay on top of the times. This is especially true for businesses trying to maintain a good web presence and standing. Even in the past year, since beginning my career doing SEO, the “rules” and best practices have changed significantly. Here’s a general outline of the changes, as well as the best practices for keeping y...
Thursday March 1st, 2018Read More
Let's be upfront: it's 2018, and if you've been paying even partial attention to the news, you know that the trend for technology stories is [Company] Data [Breach/Leak] day after day. According to self-reported data, companies in the US unintentionally leaked 2 billion consumer documents—that's a 2 followed by 12 zeros—and that number is known to be under-reported. There are companies vulnerable to these attacks that are not aware or cannot confirm that thi...
Thursday March 1st, 2018Read More
We use computers for just about everything in the digital age, from communications to entertainment and everything in between—including a ton of work. So, when people need a computer, why do they just go out a buy a name brand computer that is cheap and easy to get? Is it because it meets the minimum requirements for the minimum cost? Is it because the big box store has a warranty? It really is just because most people are not sure what they may be doing with the computer, or how it really...
Tuesday February 27th, 2018Read More
Between Google Play and the App Store, there are over two million apps to choose from. Without a copious amount of time to wade through all of these apps, it can be hard to find the quality ones in the pool. Without having some quality apps, your smartphone is essentially just a device to make calls, send texts, and browse the internet—all functions that can be accomplished with a significantly cheaper device.

Smartphones have become an integral part of our day here at Armor, and most o...
Thursday February 22nd, 2018Read More

At this year’s CES, there were more vendors listed as selling smart-cities technologies than gaming products. According to research firm Gartner, smart cities will house 9.7 billion IoT devices by 2020, with more vendors than ever exploring new business opportunities in smart city development, home security, and healthcare.

2018 could very well become known as the year of the smart city, as global populations continue their migration into tech-heavy urban centers that ...
Tuesday February 20th, 2018Read More
Software has advanced incredibly in the last few decades. From operating systems that help manage and universalize the interactions between software and hardware, to small applications that simply tell you the time. The way we interact with these electronics is becoming more convenient and complex.

The downside of all this advancement is that we are hardly ever looking back and thinking about ways to preserve the work of the years before so that they can be examined and potentially learned fr...
Wednesday February 14th, 2018Read More

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