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A quick guide to securing your computer from WannaCry – for over 18s only

Ok, first off, I’m not an IT expert. I manage servers, websites and my own computers and have done so for over 20 years. These are the steps I took this morning, just for my own peace of mind. You should always consult an IT professional about your security. That said, they might be busy […]

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Quick guide to using Google Analytics Statistics

Google Analytics is a fantastic little free tool that allows you to study how people find your website, what they do when they’re there and lots of other useful little stats that help you make your website more user-friendly and more searchable. The trick, however, is not spending hours pouring over statistics and getting caught […]

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How to use categories and tags on your blog

Morning all! Leigh here. I get asked a lot about how to use categories and tags for a blog, so I thought I’d write a little article to help you all out a little. If you’ve been through one of our WordPress training sessions or you have a website with us, you’ll probably have heard […]

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Raising Money for Macmillan

Hello everyone! On this gorgeous sunny Friday morning, I have suddenly realised I have about 48 hours to raise £50!!! Please help! Sounds easy doesn’t it? Read on… Donate via the form below The fabulous Simon Jarvis (who plays rugby at the even more fabulous Biggleswade Rugby Club) has put together a challenge for us […]

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What can networking do for you?

What can networking do for you – a few tips, stories and myths about networking. From a first step into networking to 14 years later. From dos and don’ts to getting more out of networking

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