• Secure your site for Google or prepare to lose leads

    Google announced that on 17 October 2017 all non-HTTPS websites should prepare to see a significant drop in rankings, user engagement, website enquiries and revenue. Chrome (version 62) will show a ‘NOT SECURE’ warning when users enter text in a form on an HTTP page, and for all HTTP pages in Incognito mode. The new […]

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  • Why every travel agency needs a custom website design?

    Every travel agency owner or a self-employed travel agent comes to the point when there is a need to create a travel website design for his internet resource. The question is, whether it should be a custom-made one, created by the professional agency or a free website made with the standard templates. We have the decisive answer […]

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  • What is a CDN and why your website would use one?

    So what exactly is a CDN? (Updated: 2017-09-05. Cleared up “Considering a CDN?”), added Fastly CDN is short for Content Delivery Network or Content Distribution Network, which is a network of servers that deliver cached static content from websites to users based on the geographic location of the user. Makes total sense doesn’t it? No? […]

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  • Google publicly launches Hire, a job applicant management tool

    Following its job hunting initiative announced back at Google I/O, the company today released a new tool to help small to mid-sized businesses recruit talent. Aptly called Hire, the service builds on G Suite and lets employers track candidates’ contact information, resume, calendar invites, and allow business partners to share feedback within the candidate’s profile. […]

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  • Providing flexibility with .Net Core

    As a company with mainly web developers, we often get requests from clients that are quite challenging. Recently one of these challenging requests found itself at my desk in the form of a very excited event planner. She was tasked with providing visitors at Nampo Harvest Day with some entertainment in the form of a […]

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  • Alibaba made an Echo competitor called the Tmall Genie

    Alibaba made an Echo competitor called the Tmall Genie – The Verge China’s Alibaba is among the largest internet e-commerce sites in the world (right up there with Amazon). So it’s not too surprising that today the company announced the Tmall Genie, an Amazon Echo-like smart speaker. Instead of Amazon’s Alexa, the Tmall Genie features […]

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  • Google News redesign

    Google has redesigned its News desktop website, which makes it easier to navigate. “We redesigned the desktop website with a renewed focus on facts, diverse perspectives, and more control for users,” said Google. The new interface includes: A card format that makes it easier to browse, scan, and identify related articles. The new layout focuses on […]

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  • Hackers post gory images, message on basic education website

    Cape Town – Hackers gained access to the Basic Education Department’s website on Wednesday evening, posting gory photos and a message addressed “to the government, the American people and the rest of the world”. Spokesperson Elijah Mhlanga said they distanced themselves from the brutal images of decapitated corpses, which included children. He said the images […]

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