At last, privacy and security are being addressed in the cloud.
SpiderOak are late to the party, but their solution is best of breed in my opinion, and early landgrabbers like DropBox and Syncplicity (amongst others) should be quaking in their boots. By the way, all these services offer useful amounts of free storage, . . . → Read More: Free Encrypted Online Backup, File Sharing & Synchronisation
I’m so confident you’ll love WordPress that I’ll set up a WordPress website for you for free.
After 30 days you can just leave it with no obligation, having learned what WordPress could do for you and your business. Alternatively, if you want to keep what you’ve created, you just pay for the . . . → Read More: Get A Free WordPress Website!
For some time I’ve been annoyed by a feature of Google’s Chrome web browser. You may have noticed that when you open a new window in Chrome, each window is staggered, a little below and to the right of the last, as shown in the image.
This “cascade” is all very well, but means . . . → Read More: New Window Visible – My First Chrome Browser Extension/Addon
Breaking into my daily tasks to bring you news that Softaculous just announced AMPPS, a free version of its one-click website application installer for desktop computers and the enterprise.
This is not just great news for website developers (who have to install and manage PHP, MySQL and Apache, not to mention Perl and Python). . . . → Read More: AMPPS: Softaculous for Desktop & Enterprise: Hundreds of Web & PHP Apps Installed On PC, Network or Domain With One-Click