7 November 2020Est. reading time: 6 minutes
A huge proportion of business is now done online and the volume of internet traffic rises every year. Unfortunately, the runaway success of online transactions and communities has in turn attracted the attention of increasing numbers of lawbreakers, from amateur hackers through to organised criminals.
Most criminals go for the easy targets and the good news is that there are a few simple steps you can take to protect yourself and your business.
6 May 2017Est. reading time: 1 minute
With news today from Google that it now has more searches from mobile devices than desktop machines in 10 countries including the US and Japan, can you afford to have a website that isn’t mobile friendly? [MORE]
30 November 2013Est. reading time: 5 minutes
The weekend of October 5th/6th was WordCamp Europe 2013, the first trans-European gathering of WordPress developers, users & supporters. As a veteran of many IT conferences since the early 90s, I can say that WordCamps are pretty untypical. But in a good way… most WordCamps aren’t profit making, they are community driven with the admission fee covering event costs and a large chunk of the running costs met by sponsorship from the community (both individuals and commercial/non-commercial organisations). [MORE]
1 September 2013Est. reading time: 1 minute
It’s always exciting to see something you’ve designed and been working on in the ethereal, electronic world transformed into something real. Going from mockups to an actual website delivers some of this buzz, but for me nothing beats seeing something you’ve designed become physical – like a business card or a badge. [MORE]