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Synology Exploit Thwarted

Thursday, 07 August 2014 , Posted By: Marc Whittingham , In: Technical

We were recently made aware of a vulnerability in certain versions of the Synology operating system (DSM) which lies behind all Synology NAS devices.

The Use of “Barnacle SEO” for Small Business

Tuesday, 05 August 2014 , Posted By: Adam Futcher , In: Digital Marketing

The Use of “Barnacle SEO” for Small Business

The competition for top positions in search engine result pages is huge, with an abundance of companies fighting it out for those all-important first page listings.

Google Release Pigeon Local Search Algorithm Update

Friday, 01 August 2014 , Posted By: Michael Bunn , In: Digital Marketing

Google Release Pigeon Local Search Algorithm Update

Google recently released another update to their search algorithms, this time around the update is not focused on web spam as many previous updates such as Penguin and Panda have been but is focused on Local Search.

Outsourcing Your Social Media

Friday, 01 August 2014 , Posted By: Sammy-Jo , In: Social MediaDigital Marketing

Outsourcing Your Social Media

Owners of businesses will often find themselves giving hours and hours of their time carrying out jobs and tasks that could be simply assigned to others.

The Importance of Keeping Track of Your Backlink Profile

Wednesday, 30 July 2014 , Posted By: Michael Bunn , In: Digital Marketing

The Importance of Keeping Track of Your Backlink Profile

One of the most important parts of an SEO strategy is keeping close tabs on your backlink profile, monitoring and addressing any activity accordingly as it is spotted.

Yelp Open Up Their API to Developers

Friday, 25 July 2014 , Posted By: Michael Bunn , In: Development

Yelp Open Up Their API to Developers

Yelp have recently opened up their API for free use by developers. The data provided by Yelp will now be able to easily be used in websites and apps at no cost.

The Use of Supplementary Content on Your Website

Thursday, 24 July 2014 , Posted By: Adam Futcher , In: Digital Marketing

The Use of Supplementary Content on Your Website

Google has recently released a new edition of its Quality Ratings Guidelines, a totally rewritten manual that Google’s search result raters will be using when assessing the quality of sites in search results.

Negative SEO – Has it Become Easier to Harm Competitors in Search Results?

Wednesday, 23 July 2014 , Posted By: Adam Futcher , In: Digital Marketing

Negative SEO – Has it Become Easier to Harm Competitors in Search Results?

Negative SEO is a nasty tactic used by some to try and damage a competitor’s rankings and visibility in the search results pages.

New Server Anyone?

Thursday, 03 July 2014 , Posted By: Marc Whittingham , In: Technical

With XP having recently been deprecated to an unsupported state, this has drawn our attention to the fact that other platforms of a similar vintage are due to go the way of XP within 12 months. In particular Server 2003 and Exchange 2003 platforms including the Small Business Server 2003 system is also due to become unsupported as of July 2015.

Security in an Open World

Tuesday, 01 July 2014 , Posted By: Marc Whittingham , In: Technical

All of the recent revelations regarding Snowden, Heartbleed, and the GameOver Zeus botnet based infection has focused everyone's minds on security and how anyone can remain secure in this increasingly hostile and permeable world.

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