The 12 Most Critical Website Security Protections Every Business Must Have In Place Now

Posted by Jerritte Couture and filed under Blog, Security

Protect Your Company from Cybercrime, Data Breaches, and Hacker Attacks ARE YOU A SITTING DUCK? You, the CEO of a small business, are under attack. Right now, extremely dangerous and well-funded cybercrime rings in China, Russia, and the Ukraine are using sophisticated software systems to hack into thousands of small businesses like yours to steal […]

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Platform Security: .NET vs PHP

Posted by Jerritte Couture and filed under Security, White Papers

Website and Web Application security is a ubiquitous concern for our clients, and rightfully so. Often we hear or read opinions of clients and developers who tout one platform while deriding another. And certainly, it is incredibly important to know whether one platform is more secure than another! But is that actually the case? Is […]

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WordPress Reference Comparison

Posted by Jerritte Couture and filed under Blog

WordPress Reference vs. Hookr.io When he finally launched it for public consumption (still in alpha, but working quite well), I was excited to get my hands dirty trying to break it for him. But other than a couple minor quibbles, the platform he built was solid, stable, and basically bug-free. Killer job, Chris! Then I […]

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Web Usability: Human Factors or Engineering Psychology

Posted by Jerritte Couture and filed under Blog, Usability

The term “usability” has been a well known website design/development buzzword for quite a few years. Go to any reputable Web shop’s website and you will almost certainly find some kind of reference to how they focus on usability. Words like “intuitive,” “user-centered,” and “human factors” are commonly employed to show that they will design your […]

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Automatically log out Members and Send to Login Page in Umbraco

Posted by Jerritte Couture and filed under Blog, CMS, Tips & Tricks

Background One of our clients came to us the other day and requested that a password-protected area of their website be set up to automatically log out users from the password-protected area after 15 minutes of idleness. They were concerned that there might be a security risk to their site if users left their workstations while logged […]

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