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Squiders, the award winning Maidstone based creative agency has been acquired by Kayo Digital as part of our next period of business expansion.Read more
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The art of creating a successful website is an extensive and complicated affair. There is no quick and easy way to achieve success, however, there are many quick and easy ways to make it a complete failure.Read more
Managed websites often have a much smaller initial outlay and come with higher monthly costs. But this means that all of your changes will be performed by a web professional. This should seriously be considered if you would like your website to change regularly and want the best search engine performance ongoing.Read more
Gone are the days of "new media", these days we have web design agencies, web marketing agencies, software development agencies and mobile app agencies. But what is a technical agency?Read more
In 2012, HM Government launched the 10 Steps to Cyber Security guide to inspire organisations to reflect their cyber security measures and to establish whether organisations thought they were managing their cyber risks appropriately. The document created awareness in industry but after careful analysis the government discovered that a number of security controls were still not being implemented effectively, hence the Cyber Essentials scheme was born.
It is easy to appreciate that this question is extremely complicated and heavily dependent on the individual case. However, there are some relatively simple things to consider which can help you decide what direction is probably best.
When choosing a software development company to provide a new system, part of a system or extension to an existing system, there are a large number of things to consider. It's not as simple as you might think.
It’s essential to get a your website migration right since even minor errors can result in a loss of traffic (which leads ultimately to a drop in your business revenue) that can take months if not years to recover from.