Is your website software up to date?

Firstly, it's important to understand that the reason hackers and cyber criminals want to exploit vulnerabilities in content management systems (CMS) and websites isn't necessarily just to steal all your user account, contact form, and other data, but also to infect your website visitors and users with malware. Once the unsuspecting user is infected with malware they are quickly added to...
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What are your options for professional website hosting?

Most businesses today require an online presence and to get that online presence, one needs to create a website and host it. Website hosting refers to the term where your website is hosted on a server so that it can be viewed by people world over. To get people to come your website you need to get it hosted. There are many professional website hosting companies who provide a wide range of hosting...
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The benefits of bespoke software and web applications for your business

A bespoke software solution is a piece of tailor-made software created specifically for your business, in this article we're going to discuss the benefits of bespoke software applications. A well planned and developed custom application can make running your business easier, increase the efficiency of you and your staff and open up workflows that can be sometimes be restricted by utilising an...
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Webmail is getting a fresh new mobile-friendly look and some great new features

In the early hours of Saturday 17th June we'll be performing an upgrade to our Webmail system. We're upgrading to the latest version of Roundcube Webmail, which powers our system, and have been working over the past month to ensure that our address book and task list enhancements will work correctly after the upgrade. Webmail will be inaccessible from 00:01 to 00:30 on Saturday 17th June...
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Mobile is the new black: Google piles on the pressure for mobile-friendly websites

Friday (4th November 2016)  saw a blog post from Google outlining a search algorithm change that will be the final nail in the coffin of non-responsive and non-mobile friendly websites. Google have previously only used the mobile-friendliness of a website to determine which sites are shown to mobile users. If your site isn’t mobile friendly but a competitor is there’s a good chance that...
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Fixing photo orientation on images uploaded via PHP from iOS devices

Below is a great function (created by Wes over on Stack Overflow) that can be used to automatically correct the image orientation when uploading images (the main culprit for weird orientation related glitches being iOS based devices) - simple call the correctImageOrientation() function after uploading the image and voilla the rotation/orientation of the image is corrected! The function:...
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Communicate Anytime, Anywhere with Hosted Exchange Solutions

The way businesses are run in modern times means that communication is the centerpiece of every well run and successful business. The ability to communicate easily and effectively could mean the difference between success and failure. Hosted Exchange enables you and your employees to contact, collaborate and share wherever they are. A hosted Exchange solution is ideal for growing businesses to...
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Backing up your business has never been easier

You've probably taken out some form of insurance in the last year or two. Whether it be, car, home, business or life, you value the knowledge that whatever you've insured, it’s backed up in case the worst were to happen. But what about the most important part of your business? Your data. Is that backed up? What would happen if you lost your data? Backing up your data has never been easier with...
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If you got an email from Google, saying Googlebot can’t access your CSS and JS files, you’re not alone.

Why blocking JavaScript and CSS files

If you got an email from Google, saying Googlebot can’t access your CSS and JS files, you’re not alone. Google recently began sending emails to verified webmasters and website owners notifying them if Googlebot, their search engine crawler, has been unable to access JavaScript and/or CSS files on their websites. If you got an email from Google, saying they can’t access your CSS and JS...
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Resolving the “Numeric value out of range: 1690 BIGINT UNSIGNED” error in Magento

Recently when making some changes on a Magento based store we encountered a mySQL error in the Magento administration pages when trying to delete products which prevented any further products from being deleted. The error message SQLSTATE : Numeric value out of range: 1690 BIGINT UNSIGNED value is out of range in ‘(`YOURDB`.`q`.`items_count` – 1)’ Resolving the error Log...
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