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February 9, 2016

On September 3rd, 2014 wrote on the subject of Hosting,SEO.

How should you respond to Google’s announcement that Site Security is part of the ranking algorithm? »

We’re always telling our clients that following Google’s best practice is the best strategy to ensure longer-term success in the search results. So it’s no surprise that every small announcement of changes to their algorithm now gets picked up upon quickly and generates a rush to ‘comply’ regardless of the detail. Recent announcements about site […]

On December 11th, 2013 wrote on the subject of Hosting,Industry News,Internet,Technology.

Coming Summer 2014: .UK’s Biggest Domain change »

  Summer 2014  will see one of the biggest domain modifications in the UK ever. The roll-out of .uk domains will allow companies who currently use ‘.co.uk’ or ‘org.uk’ domains to also register for  ‘.uk’  e.g.  datadial.co.uk will be able to register datadial.uk. Nominet will offer the current holders of the .co.uk or org.uk up […]

On August 24th, 2011 wrote on the subject of Datadial,Hosting,Inspiration,Internet,SEO,Software,Usability,Web Technology.

Why your website isn’t as fast as it should be… »

Image source Imagine… …a wheelbarrow in an open field that you drag along every day filling it with this and that – each thing you add to it has some significance and some use. Now imagine you never empty the wheelbarrow. Each day, not only do the things you found the week before now lie […]

On April 9th, 2010 wrote on the subject of Hosting,Internet,Technology.

How website and email stuff works »

Typically my knowledge of domains, DNS settings and A-records is happily restricted to one phrase: “Sergio, can you setup a new site please?” But recently my personal website had issues with the DNS service I was using. I needed to move it, including changing my entire hosting and email. It’s headache material, but it’s one […]

On July 20th, 2008 wrote on the subject of Hosting.

SQL Server 2008 »

Like many of Microsoft’s recent software products (Visual Studio .Net, .Net Framework or C# 3.0) SQL Server 2008 has been enhanced based previous versions by fixing bugs and adding new functionality built based on existing features. This is a welcome strategy that helps ease the transition for developers and database administrators. In this blog post […]

On June 20th, 2008 wrote on the subject of Hosting.

What happens if your site goes down… »

With Sainsburys website going down this week and Amazon’s the week before it is worth taking a moment or two to consider what would happen to your business if your website was out of action. For most e-commerce clients this could have catastrophic consequences: not only would sales evaporate but you would also lose access to […]

On July 12th, 2007 wrote on the subject of Hardware,Hosting.

Surface Computing »

Ever thought you could exchange Pictures from your PDA or Camera buy simply placing your device on top of the table, or Placing an order a la minority report style Microsoft have finally revealed Surface Computing a technology where users intereacts with the desktop Completly by touch. Official Surface Computer Site Video Demo By Znet

On June 25th, 2007 wrote on the subject of Hosting.

Spam or Viruses that seem to be Origintated from Clients Organizations »

One of the most common questions I get asked from clients is, why do I get spam or email virus that appears to originate from inside our organization.Spammers and Viruses are becoming evermore resourceful in trying to elude us to open their emails. One of the simplest ways of getting you to open an email […]