Some reports suggest 25-30% of websites on the internet are developed using WordPress, so there is plenty of interest from hackers to break into them and use them for purposes other than what they […]
As we’re using the internet for more personalised online activity like email, online banking, supermarket or catalogue shopping, and social networking, we are beginning to increase the number of websites requiring us to use username and […]
There’s a few technical issues when it comes to internet security – the host device used when initiating the communication, the communication from device to the internet, and finally the […]
email marketing is certainly a more efficient way to work, and here I use the example of MailChimp.
Small Business Server 2008 and 2011 make adding a Trusted Certificate from a third party much easier than on the full version of Windows Server 2008, which itself is a lot easier […]
To help protect any PCs, Servers and Laptops on your office network from unsolicited interest on the Internet, it’s a good idea to configure your Broadband ADSL modem to provide […]
Most small businesses can develop their own website using WordPress. Developed as OpenSource software, WordPress is free to use, though you will have to arrange some hosting for your website, […]