More admin control over video conferencing behavior for end users in Google Calendar starting October 13, 2020

We are writing to let you know that starting October 13, 2020, you will have more control over how your end users choose between available conferencing providers when creating Calendar events. The new setting will take effect starting November 16, 2020, allowing 30 days time to make changes as necessary. A new admin console setting will be ... Read More »

14th Oct 2020
eu domain names - what you need to do before the end of the transition period

Find out what you need to do before the end of the transition period if you hold a .eu domain. What you need to do 1. Check your eligibility From 1 January 2021, you’ll no longer be able to register or renew .eu domain names if: Your organisation, business or undertaking is established in the UK but not in the EU/European Economic ... Read More »

7th Sept 2020
New WordPress and SEO Training launched

We are proud to announce that we have launched a range of hands-on training workshop to help local business better understand how to use WordPress and  search engine optimisation to improve their brand

2nd Mar 2020
Top TIps to Keep Your Website Safe

Backup, Backup, Backup. And then restore. First and foremost in making sure that your website is safe and secure, is thinking about the worst case scenario and if everything was to go wrong, working out how you would go about getting your site up and running as quickly and smoothly as possible. Remember that your backups are only as good as ... Read More »

15th Apr 2019
Welcome to WordPress 5.1 ~ A Little Better Every Day

Following WordPress 5.0—a major release which introduced the new Block Editor—5.1 focuses on polish, in particular by improving overall performance of the editor. In addition, this release paves the way for a better, faster, and more secure WordPress with some essential tools for site administrators and developers.   Site ... Read More »

22nd Feb 2019
New pricing for G Suite Basic and Business Editions

Below is an announcement from the G Suite Updates blog. As Google partners we prices match these products and will be following in April, but of course we'll be doing it in £ not $'s! If you have any questions on how G Suite could help your business do drop us a line More than a decade ago, we introduced Gmail—our first cloud-native ... Read More »

17th Jan 2019
WordPress features in v4.9.6 that help your site become GDPR compliant

With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) just around the corner, one side of the personal information that you hold may be within your WordPress website. Back in April WordPress, as an organisation, started addressing the tools that each website administrator would need to address the operational requests that website users can submit ... Read More »

17th May 2018
WordPress 4.8 has been released. What's new? Widgets

Brilliant News! WordPress 4.8 has been released and it has some great new functionality to improve and ease your use of the software. From the release statement: Though some updates seem minor, they’ve been built by hundreds of contributors with you in mind. Get ready for new features you’ll welcome like an old friend: link improvements, ... Read More »

9th Jun 2017
WordPress 4.7.5 Released ~ Recommended Update

WordPress have released version 4.7.5 which is a security release and addresses six known issue within WordPress core. That being said there is precedent back in January where a major vulnerability was delaying in it's announcement due to it's severity. You can ready the the full announcement here: WordPress 4.7.5 Security and Maintenance ... Read More »

17th May 2017
Update to our PHP versions

We are really happy to let you know that we have updated the version of PHP that we offer to run your websites. These can be selected via the "Select PHP Version" feature in your Cpanel dashboard. The updated version are: PHP5.6 ~ Has updated to ea-php56-php-5.6.27-1 PHP7.0 ~ Has updated to ea-php70-php-7.0.12-1 PHP7.1 ~ Has updated to ... Read More »

19th Oct 2016