Service disruption due to network problems with one of our hosting providers caused some client sites to be unavailable for up to 36 minutes
Whilst Covid-19 continues to dominate daily life for many, we’ve been providing a full service to our clients thanks largely to our normal distributed and remote working setup.
As part of implementing our 2020 strategy, we identified a clear difference in the requirements between larger organisations and our small business clients and while we remain as one company with a clear focus on delivering a high standard of service to all our clients, we will deliver them in slightly different ways to our wide range of clients and their respective business needs.
We have an ongoing issue with one of our cloud providers currently. Customer websites are unaffected.
This week over a million WordPress websites have been compromised, granting full website administrative access to hackers. Are you affected? What do you need to do?
Today it has been reported that the recent GoDaddy hack also involves a number of additional hosting companies owned by the giant including 123-reg, Host Europe & TsoHost.
You may have read in the press that GoDaddy has been hacked and up to 1.2 million of its customers’ accounts were exposed.
Find out what this means and what you need to do