Two pieces of free software I like to use are SkyFonts, a font manager that you use to manage any non-system fonts downloaded from Google Fonts or Font.com, and Inkscape, a free vector graphics tool that is a good freeware substitute for Adobe Illustrator. I find Inkscape to more akin to the old Corel Draw… Continue reading Link SkyFonts to Inkscape
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Whether you're using your computer for business or just for personal stuff, the chances are there are files, photographs and other pieces of info (passwords, etc.) that you don't want to lose. If you want to be sure you have it all, should the worst happen, are you prepared? When did you last back up… Continue reading 4 Ways to Backup Your Files and Prevent Data Loss
Don't get caught out by Facebook Ts and Cs by trying to run your business via a Facebook Profile. For your business you need a Page or a Group. Read on to find out why.
Introduction Google announced last year that they were prioritising sites that had a verified SSL Certificate over those that didn't. This meant, in SEO terms, that those who made the move or who were already set up that way had a slight SEO advantage (all things being equal, which of course they never are.) They… Continue reading Install an SSL Certificate to change your website’s address from HTTP to HTTPS
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What is the GDPR? From May 28th the new general data protection regulations (GDPR), Regulation (EU) 2016/679, come into effect. These will give individuals far greater control over their personal data, with the scope of what constitutes personal data greatly enhanced to include: "any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’);… Continue reading Are You GDPR Ready?