GDPR becomes law one year from today. If you run a website or an app or just use digital systems as part of your business / organisation you will need to comply with it or face some hefty consequences.
The world loves to see an A-list celebrity fall from grace so it’s no surprise that Wordpress, the popular CMS that’s currently powering 27% of the worlds websites, has become a prime target for hackers, spammers and other ne’er-do-wells. As such, we’ve recently noticed a significant increase in ‘brute force’ attacks from bots on our Wordpress-based websites. This post takes a look at bots, brute-force attacks and how you can keep your site safe from the Decepticons of the internet.
Although you may have never considered it, there are a number of striking similarities between building a website and building a house. As someone who has done both, Fellowship developer Alex Gant explores those similarities within this post and also discusses some other things to consider when building an effective website.
The rapid rise and continued growth in popularity of Content Management Systems like Wordpress and so many others has meant that more and more people are creating and publishing web pages. This post examines the creation of successful web pages that help your site stand out from the crowd and contribute to the success of your business or organisation.