Although having a website is almost considered a requirement for today’s businesses, unless your website is high quality and trustworthy, it can actually do more harm than good for your business.
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The transition to working remotely was an abrupt one and one that many companies and employees might not have been ready for.
Enjoy this useful guest post from Michael Strelitz from Datasafe about all those seemingly suspicious emails we’re getting even more of – plus they’re doing a great offer!
If you work as a web designer and you’re yet to use a VPN, there is no better time than now to change that. Whether you’re designing a website or creating coding, any information you share online can be tracked and stolen, especially if you use a public Wi-Fi network for work. And you don’t want that!
This post will cover all those little niggly technology bits you should know about (even at a surface level) if you have your own website.
I love to write about marketing, anti-procrastination, and feelings, but sometimes I have to shine a light on the not so fun technical topics.
Like the fact that sometimes, WordPress websites get hacked by hackers!
With so many users on the world’s most popular leading open source CMS, what are the risks and how can you prevent them? Our guest author, Simon Keller, outlines ALL that can possibly go wrong.
A contact of mine, Jason Cobine, recently had 30th anniversary for his broking insurance so he knows a fair amount about managing risk.
A wonderful client of ours had a phone call from 123 Reg and she emailed us, concerned. Here’s what she said they said:
Have heard of SSL? What does it stand for? Sincere Sensual Love? Silent Sneaky Lothario? Sassy Silly Lullaby?
Close! Actually – it’s to do with the internet, websites, and security – and stands for Secure Sockets Layer.