Encryption Is The Best Idea!

Encryption Is The Best Idea!

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Personal data security is something we’re all responsible for when it comes to our own internet practices. While it used to be that only the most paranoid among us would take extra steps to protect…
September 22, 2017
Ten Tips for Boosting Ecommerce Conversion Rates

Ten Tips for Boosting Ecommerce Conversion Rates

Posted by Neil Cumins

There’s always more that can be done to improve ecommerce conversion rates. Online audiences are constantly expanding and maturing, while ecommerce systems become more sophisticated with every passing year. Yet less than one in ten…
September 19, 2017
Ten Years of the Hashtag

Ten Years of the Hashtag

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The hashtag is such a mainstay of internet culture these days, it’s hard to remember there was a time when it didn’t exist. Indeed, when Twitter was launched  in 2006, its founders and developers had…
September 15, 2017
How To Tell If Your Website Needs Replacing

How To Tell If Your Website Needs Replacing

Posted by Neil Cumins

Technology dates faster than fashion, and websites are no exception to this. That slick new portal you commissioned back in 2010 may seem as outdated today as the iPhone 4 or Windows 7 – both…
September 12, 2017
Can A Startup Be Evaluated Objectively?

Can A Startup Be Evaluated Objectively?

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In the world of startups, we hear a lot about valuation. We rank companies based not on their revenues and profits, but on their valuation. This is intriguing, because by all accounts a startup valuation…
September 8, 2017
Ten Tips for Increasing Website Conversions

Ten Tips for Increasing Website Conversions

Posted by Neil Cumins

A great deal is made about the importance of driving traffic to your website. From advertising to SEO, many companies focus their efforts on getting people to their homepage. Having invested heavily in traffic generation,…
September 5, 2017
Tech Cracks Down On Hate

Tech Cracks Down On Hate

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While the tech world generally tries to maintain a progressive and tolerant stance in regards to what is allowed on its platforms, real-world events are putting that to the test more than ever before. With…
September 1, 2017
Cyber Security for Remote Workers

Cyber Security For Remote Workers

Posted by Neil Cumins

Away from the server rooms and network firewalls of corporate buildings, home workers are uniquely vulnerable to malware and hacking. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to improve remote staff’s online security and protect the…
August 29, 2017
Do Digital Natives Really Exist?

Do Digital Natives Really Exist?

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If you ask the average baby boomer-aged internet user who they ask for help when their devices or systems fail, they will undoubtedly say they ask someone younger. Indeed, the millennial generation (those born after…
August 25, 2017
What’s Going to Happen to Bitcoin?

What’s Going to Happen to Bitcoin?

Posted by Neil Cumins

Bitcoin is an unlikely internet success story. Created anonymously eight years ago, this digital currency can only be acquired in whole units or tiny fractions worth one hundred millionth of a bitcoin. It’s bought by…
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