EURid to terminate .eu domains registered to UK addresses following Brexit

Following advice from the European Commission, EURid (European Registry for Internet Domains) has confirmed via their website that anyone without an EU postal address will no longer be able to own a .eu domain name once the UK leaves the EU. EURid will therefore be terminating all .eu domain names registered to UK addresses on one of two dates: 30 March 2019 if the UK exits the EU with no deal 1...
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The state of ecommerce in the omnichannel world of 2018 and beyond

Customers want their shopping to fit around their lifestyle. They do what they want when they want and on their terms. There are two options for brands facing the demands of today’s hyper-connected consumer: adapt or perish. Many shoppers operate in an online environment and want to purchase at their convenience, something the 24/7/365 nature of ecommerce makes possible. It’s a brand’s...
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Facebook is making changes to discourage misuse of personal accounts

Facebook is making a number of changes to their platform to discourage misuse of personal accounts and improve their ecosystem. Here's how the changes impact social media management tools and your use of Facebook for your business: Facebook Profiles: From the 31st July you will no longer be able to post to personal Facebook Profiles using social media management tools and Facebook are cracking...
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New version of Website Resource Monitor available for hosted WordPress websites

We're rolling out a new improved version of our Website Resource Monitor plugin for WordPress websites hosted on our servers. The latest version allows you to view up-to-date information on your website's disk space, database, and memory usage requirements from your WordPress dashboard (no more needing to log into Client Connect to check your usage!). We've even added a graphical indicator...
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Google to mark HTTP pages as “not secure” from July 2018

How secure is your website? If you’re collecting sensitive customer information like passwords or credit card information, or even if you've got a contact form that can be used by customer to send you messages what are you doing to ensure and reassure customers their information is safe with your business? What’s HTTPS? HTTPS is the acronym for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure. It is a...
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Adrian Evans of Wiltshire School of Motoring is fundraising to help with basic support for bereaved families

Adrian Evans, of Wiltshire School of Motoring, is swapping his steering wheel for running shoes to take on the Parish Walk on the 23rd June 2018. Adrian hopes to raise £2000 to to help with basic support for bereaved families. donate to Adrian's JustGiving Crowdfunding page and help make it happen: https://wiltshiresom.com/justgiving My name is Adrian. my Grandson Jake passed away just over a...
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Microsoft are rolling-out the Microsoft 365 Admin Centre

Microsoft  are introducing the all new Microsoft 365 Admin Centre. This is available to Targeted Release users now and will be available to all Office 365 users by the end of July. To use the new Microsoft 365 admin center now, just follow the steps below to enable the new Microsoft 365 Admin Centre for your organization. Admins previously using the Office 365 admin center to manage Office 365...
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The O’Brien Media Website Analytics Service Agreement has been updated

The O'Brien Media Website Analytics Service Agreement has been updated to reflect the requirements of the GDPR. You can access the Website Analytics Service Agreement here, your continued use of the service indicates acceptance of the new service agreement, and the data processing agreement (addendum), which can be read here. We encourage you to read both documents fully so that you understand...
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Highlighting the little known flag of Wiltshire to mark Wiltshire Day

To mark Wiltshire Day we decided to highlight the little known flag of the county, featuring the Great Bustard. The flag for Wiltshire has been flying proudly at County Hall in Wiltshire's capital town of Trowbridge from Tuesday 5th June 2007. Designed by flag enthusiast Mike Prior from Trowbridge, it uses the Great Bustard as its centrepiece. The Great Bustard featured on the original Council...
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