Web Hosting

What's Next For The World Wide Web?

Jon Lucas | Posted 22.05.2017 | UK Tech
Jon Lucas

As an invention, the web is stunningly successful. Almost half the world's population use it, and far more people now have access to it than those who don't. In little more than a generation, we've seen the first website joined by over four billion others to become one of the most important, widely used information and knowledge tools ever created.

The Internet and Porn: Can It Really Be Controlled?

Daley James Francis | Posted 23.07.2013 | UK Politics
Daley James Francis

The porn industry is huge, and the online world has made it even easier to get your hands (or your eyes) on it, and if you want to indulge in it for free, you can do that too. It doesn't take a great deal of effort to get past the adult security measures.

How Do You Choose the Best Web Hosting?

Daley James Francis | Posted 22.07.2013 | UK Tech
Daley James Francis

There are hundreds of web hosting companies out there, and a large number of them promise the world for very little in return. Some of these deals are too good to be true though, and it's important to know how to sniff out the best deals and leave the rubbish ones by the wayside.

Why Vince Cable Is Wrong About Content Policing

Daniel Foster | Posted 13.08.2013 | UK Politics
Daniel Foster

It is both right and proper that stringent measures should be put in place to put an end to child pornography online. But Vince Cable's reactionary plan for Google and other search engines to police content in the wake of the convictions of Mark Bridger and Stuart Hazell is at best oversimplifying a very complex issue and at worst, a cynical ploy to absolve the coalition government of any immediate responsibility.

The EU Cookies Directive - Why is it Necessary and How Can I Comply?

Thomas Vollrath | Posted 08.08.2012 | UK Tech
Thomas Vollrath

You may have noticed over the last few weeks a few 'pop ups' appearing when you logged on to websites referring to 'Cookies', asking you for your 'informed consent' to store your data. This is as a result of new EU legislation that came into force at the end of May, but, according to research by KPMG is being ignored by four out of five British businesses.

Balancing the Bank Holidays and the Olympics: Great Potential or Massive Economic Drain?

Thomas Vollrath | Posted 13.06.2012 | UK
Thomas Vollrath

With the extra bank holiday in June and the Olympics running over July and August, will summer 2012 be bad for business?