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Exciting changes for UKNetWeb

Exciting changes for UKNetWeb

Over the next few months, there are exciting changes for  UKNetWeb and the whole team is  looking forward to the future. Toby Parkins, director of UKNetWeb and Headforwards, explains the changes below: I’m pleased to announce that UKNetWeb Ltd will be merging with Headforwards Solutions Ltd over the next 3 months. Very little change will […]

July 4th, 2016 and filed in Business, News

Heartbleed Password Security

Heartbleed Password Security

Heartbleed password security is in issue on all our minds at the moment. We have checked all UKNetWeb servers and none of them were running the versions of OpenSSL that are vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug. Passwords do not have to be changed, although periodic changing of passwords is good practice of course. We would […]

April 10th, 2014 and filed in Business, Commentary, News

Agile meeting

Agile Benefits

Why on earth should websites or web/cloud applications be developed using an Agile approach? To understand the answer it’s necessary to look at the normal development approach. Over the past few years we’ve noticed the approach is remarkably similar between producing a website and a more complex web/cloud hosted application. Both have aims and objectives […]

January 28th, 2014 and filed in Agile, Business, E-commerce

Mobile Optimised Web

Mobile Optimised Web 2013 – Time for Action

2013 is the time for Mobilie Optimised Web. Taking action and moving websites to mobile optimised platforms and designs is becoming a necessity. This presentation by Toby Parkins looks at the stats on mobile usage and how important it is to have a Mobile Optimised site. Also covered is the need to use analytics in planning your […]

February 25th, 2013 and filed in Business, Commentary, E-commerce, Technology, Web 2.0, Web Development

UKNetWeb Insights – Top 10 Internet tips for 2011

The Internet continually evolves and there are a number of important considerations every business person, marketer and ecommerce manager should be paying attention to this year.

January 6th, 2011 and filed in Business, Commentary, Marketing, Web Development