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27
Sep

Most companies have now come to rely on their website, downtime is no longer an option, even for the smallest sites. However no matter how engaging, advanced or user friendly a site is, it can be taken down by the simplest of things. It’s always worth bearing the following in…

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Apple caused quite a stir with its recent unveiling of the iPhone 7, with the most notable aspect of the new model being the absence of a headphone jack. Instead of listening in the conventional way, music lovers will now need Lightning headphones. Is it possible that this is the…

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13
Sep

Today a ‘zero day’ exploit was released for current MySQL versions, while we wait for patched versions to be released by the vendors, we have mitigated the vulnerability internally. We will continue to monitor the situation and update our response as necessary. If you have any questions or queries, please…

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12
Sep

Name: Dr Sheri Jacobson Company: Harley Therapy Ltd Position: Director A little bit about the company: With a large roster of therapists working across London, Harley Therapy improves the emotional well-being of individuals by connecting them with compassionate and highly skilled therapists. Our goal is to help as many people as possible through talking therapies and to…

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Older internet users will remember the precious minutes wasted on dial-up connections as images resolved line-by-line, and active content took half an evening to appear. In the broadband and mobile era, we’re all used to light-speed loading times, but consumers are always on the move and even a couple of…

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One of the questions we are regularly asked is how can you make your site load faster and use less resources. There are a few methods but the one potentially with the quickest results is a caching plugin. To give you an idea of the impact it can have, this is…

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From Hawk-Eye at Wimbledon to BallTracker at the cricket, from goal line technology to footballers and athletes packing GPS trackers, the rise of technology in sport is something that only continues to rise and dominate the headlines. While much of it is focused on accuracy, improving the TV spectacle, or…

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Niantic’s Pokemon GO game for iOS and Android devices has swept the world, luring tens of millions of players into its clutches. Adults and children are searching high and low for the pocket monsters, training them up, fighting and evolving them into new forms. The game idea itself is nothing…

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Databases involve the collection and organisation of related data, stored or hosted in such a way that authorised users can interact freely with the data: information in a database can be deleted, updated or replaced. This post will outline the differences between NoSQL databases, which we can provide on our…

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After the recent results of the referendum held in the United Kingdom regarding membership of the European Union, we have seen instability in the markets and the make-up of government itself which has led, understandably, to economic uncertainty and in some respects a degree of panic. In many areas, it…

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