New Year, New Web Design.

January 9, 2015

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Technology and web is advancing on such an increased rate in our day and age that sometimes its hard to keep up. So with 2015 being the year of the sheep why not turn a new leaf and become the shepherd, leading the way in the new year using these tips to achieve fluent, up


Understanding Small Business Web Hosting

November 5, 2014

Understanding Small Business Web Hosting

“As the owner of a website and a small business, you probably didn’t put much thought into choosing your Web hosting company. Be honest: can you even name it off the top of your head?
Many domain registration sites double as Web hosting companies, since it’s an easy upsell. Once you buy a domain name,


Everything You Need To Know About The Security Flaw In Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 (Poodle Hack)

October 21, 2014

Recently we did some troubleshooting on its hosting to prevent security breaches, one of the main ones we patched was Poodle.
Short for “Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption,” Poodle essentially makes it possible for hackers to subvert protections on SSL, which secures data transmitted from a website to a visitor. An SSL certificate, for


Carbon and the Internet Fun Facts

July 23, 2014

Today’s post is going to be a slight oddity today. A short burst of some fun facts about the damage the internet does to the environment  and slowly moving towards some comical yet theoretically sound facts at the end.
1. The internet is responsible for 10% of the world’s carbon emissions
2. The internet produces


Customer Spotlight: ODE TrueFood

July 22, 2014

Tim and Clare Bouget are the owners of ODE dining and cafe-ODE(ODE-true food).
First opened in 2006, the fine dining restaurant has grown from strength to strength. In the years since its inception, ODE has made appearances on BBC programming and both local and national radio and is featured in all the major food guides.


Alternative Email Programs to Microsoft Outlook

July 18, 2014

Microsoft Outlook is by no means a ‘bad’ email client; it is in fact a very competent program. It is one of the biggest and most well-known email programs currently on the market serving customers from both individual home users to large multi-national companies. However, many of these users simply choose Microsoft Outlook because of


How to Reduce Your Online Carbon Footprint

July 15, 2014

If I were to ask you a question about ways in which you could reduce your carbon footprint online, how would you respond?
Many people who are posed this question find it a lot harder to answer because the internet does not have the physical representation that a recycling bag full of cardboard does for


How to Choose the Best Domain Name For You

July 11, 2014

Chances are that you will be reading this article because you are either thinking of creating a new website or simply want to add to your existing collection of domain names. Maybe you are even unhappy with your current domain name and are looking for some tips and tricks which you can use next time.


What Is Carbon Neutral Web Hosting?

July 1, 2014

A fundamental aspect of web hosting is that without it there would be no internet. The term ‘web hosting’ describes the physical storage of a website which is typically contained on a server. Whenever you wish to access a website, your computer will communicate with the server on which your desired website is held in