Security Tips
Why your site needs a SSL certificate for SEO
In early 2017, Google began flagging sites without the SSL protocol, which is the International Sign of website security. They even intend to get much tougher from 2018 onwards, if your URL does not begin with HTTPS. You will feel the penalties no doubt because web security is no longer a luxury, but an absolute necessity, especially in the widespread occurrence of cyber crime and online fraud. Hackers always try to stay one chapter ahead of the game, and looking for any loopholes within the security of a site.
How to leverage browser caching
During display of web pages the browser is compelled to load a number of things. These include the CSS file, your logo and other resources. In this case, the browser caching only remembers the already loaded resources. It therefore means that when you have a visitor on your website trying to reach another page, it is unlikely that your browser will try to find your CSS file or logo again.
GDPR May 25, 2018: What Local Businesses Need to Know
As GDPR looms, it's time for businesses in California to update their terms of service. What is next after the main GDPR compliance procedures? What actions can be taken in the medium and long term? Should we wait for the laws for specific cases or scenarios?
Has your website been hacked?

You know that sinking feeling that you get when you find out that your site has been hacked? You may be tempted to blame your hosting provider for having poor security on their servers.

How to Choose a Disaster Recovery Site
Disaster recovery is a phrase you might have heard. Businesses rely on computers to store all of their business data. All it takes is a serious virus and you can lose everything - That's not a position you want to find yourself in.
6 Tips to Defend Your PC Against Viruses and Worms
Whether you are a system administrator of a large company or a casual user, viruses and worms can easily affect the computer system if the right precautionary measures aren't taken. The type of damage caused to the computer can vary from minor to severe with common issues related to slow performance, email spoofing, or total destruction of the PC.