By now, everyone has heard about the WannaCry ransomware attack. So far we have two posts about it: one with a general overview of what happened, and another with advice for businesses. But it’s become clear that not everyone understands … Continue reading
The shocking news of eBay’s impending departure prompted it’s nearest neighbour to reaffirm their commitment to the town. A spokesman for Paypal said: ‘Following eBay’s announcement, we wish to reaffirm PayPal’s commitment to Ireland and our growing Operations Centres in … Continue reading
Most of us know that the large internet companies know a lot more than we’d like them to about us; and that government agencies routinely stockpile information about everybody and anybody, not just threats to society. However most people don’t know just how open email is.
Sending an email message is like sending a postcard, says scientist Andy Yen in this thought-provoking talk: Anyone can read it.
WooCommerce is the current leader in e-commerce software, capturing31% of the market, thanks to its relatively user-friendly interface and connection to WordPress. However, setting up a WooCommerce site, or any e-commerce site for that matter, is not for the faint … Continue reading
All too often I meet clients who have literally wasted money on a cheap design. If you’re in the market for a website then this article from Inspired Magazine with it’s ‘all too true’ provoking title is well worth a read, … Continue reading