Google ‘Fix Mobile Usability Issues’

You may have received one of these somewhat misleading email notifications from Google recently… Google systems have tested 3 pages from your site and found that 100% of them have critical mobile usability errors. The errors on these 3 pages severely affect how mobile users are able to experience your website. These pages will not…



Google Mobilegeddon! Is it that bad?

Google is set to change its Search Engine Algorithm on 21st April 2015 putting more emphasis on the need for websites to be mobile friendly. You may have read online that your standard, non-mobile/responsive website will be penalised as a result. This is partially true, however, many articles (such as this one from the BBC) do not emphasise the…



The progression of client / server technology to cloud-based internet solutions

Client / server solutions Traditionally we have developed bespoke software for the Microsoft Windows platform. The client server model meant installing a bespoke database on an on-site server, which was then networked to Windows client desktop computers which in turn had our bespoke software installed on each machine. This worked well as it allowed businesses to organise…


Cloud Data Recovery

A proactive approach to IT Support

If you lay down the correct systems and infrastructure, recovery from serious IT problems can be made much easier and much less expensive. Take the fairly common example of hard drive failure. Once a drive has failed, and most drives fail eventually, it may not be possible to retrieve the data from it. And if…