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Basic steps to avoid a TalkTalk-like hack of you or your customers data

It emerged on Wednesday of last week that UK Telecoms company TalkTalk, had been hacked and this latest data breach could potentially expose both personal and bank details of its 4 million customer base. [. . .]
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Oct
2015
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Choosing the right CMS or simply why not to choose WordPress!

I am expecting a backlash for the headline of this month's blog. I understand that users have a fondness for WordPress that can border on infatuation! The WordPress community do not take well to any negative comments about the webs largest CMS platform but let's run through a few facts here first. WordPress is indeed that web's largest platform accounting [. . .]
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Sep
2015
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All companies have a software deficit, most just don’t know it yet

When I am first introduced to a potential software project the over-riding thought is almost always, “how don't you already have this?”. Its shocking to me how many companies still use office-type applications to run major parts of their business. I have had cases where personal data, stock control and financial data are stored on a standard spread sheet (with [. . .]
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May
2015
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Tips for Mobile Responsive development – Part 2

I had mentioned in my July blog that I would revisit this topic again. A lot of companies are grappling with this at the moment and it can be quite confusing so hopefully this goes some way to helping with your decision making. According to statista.com, as of July 2014, Google accounted for 88% of the market share of the [. . .]
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Nov
2014
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