Reading Time: 4 minutes We don’t often discuss online security or the Dark Web. While companies did a good job of securing their internal networks, working from home has opened up businesses to additional threats of intrusion and hacking. 20% of companies stated they faced a security breach as a result of a remote worker. Enduring from home: COVID-19’s impact on business security Cybersecurity is no longer just a CTO’s responsibility. Since trust is the most valued currency on
Reading Time: 3 minutes One of the more startling statistics with respect to COVID-19 and the lockdowns is the dramatic increase in e-commerce activity: COVID-19 has massively accelerated the growth of e-commerce, according to an Adobe report released today. Total online spending in May hit $82.5 billion, up 77% year-over-year. John Koetsier, COVID-19 Accelerated E-Commerce Growth ‘4 To 6 Years’ There’s not an industry that hasn’t been touched… conferences went virtual, schools moved to learning management and online, stores
Reading Time: 3 minutes How to publish an externally hosted podcast feed as a custom feed within your WordPress instance.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Do you know that over 90,000 hacks are attempted each minute on WordPress sites globally? Well, if you own a WordPress-powered website, that stat should worry you. It doesn’t matter if you are running a small-scale business. Hackers don’t discriminate based on the size or importance of the websites. They are only looking for any vulnerability which can be exploited to their advantage. You may be wondering – why do hackers target WordPress sites in
Reading Time: 7 minutes What would the impact be if your tower of tech came tumbling to the ground? It’s an idea that hit me a few Saturdays ago as my kids were playing Jenga while I was working on a new presentation about why marketers should rethink their tech stacks. It hit me that tech stacks and Jenga towers actually have a lot in common. Jenga, of course, is played by piling up wooden blocks until the whole