Entries by Casandra

Converting Your Site to HTTPS: The Why & How

There is a lot of cybercrime taking place, which means online users are skeptical about any new website they visit. If your website doesn’t display that familiar lock on the left of the address bar, chances are, you’re going to be losing out on quite a bit of traffic. Converting your site to HTTPS is […]

Moving from Wix to WordPress: Why You Should Migrate

If you’re new to the world of building websites, knowing whether moving from Wix to WordPress is a good idea can be a difficult decision. Wix and WordPress are two of the most popular website builders around today and while they’re both capable of producing a functional website, there are some key differences to be […]

Key Things to Look for When Selecting eCommerce Hosting

Without hosting, you wouldn’t be able to have an online store to begin with. However, eCommerce platforms are much more demanding than a regular three-page website. Online stores require secure and reliable eCommerce hosting that prioritises loading speeds and user security. Whether you’re new to the world of eCommerce or you want to take your […]

Keeping Data Secure While Working Remotely During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing life as we know it. The majority of employers have had to shift their businesses to a work-from-home model to help flatten the curve. However, if your employees work with a lot of secure data, you may be worried about security. Working remotely is certainly convenient but there are a […]

6 Security Plugins Every WordPress Website Needs

Thousands of the world’s best websites are built on the WordPress platform. Unfortunately, this also means that they’re particularly prone to cyberattacks. If you have a WordPress site, you’re well aware of how many updates need to take place on a monthly and sometimes, a weekly basis. Failing to update your site and using third-party […]

Is There a Chance Your WordPress Website Will Be Hacked?

Research shows that 70% of WordPress installations are at risk of being hacked, which means even smaller sites are vulnerable to attack. We hear about malware attacks and hacks every month but how do you know whether your WordPress website will be hacked? How do you know whether you should be taking extra precautions and […]