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Ocado signs huge US deal with Kroger Supermarkets. Shares pop 50%

Ocado signs huge US deal with Kroger Supermarkets. Shares pop 50%

Kroger signs exclusive US deal Ocado. Kroger is also buying a 5% stake in Ocado for £183 million. Kroger is hoping to build three next-generation warehouses with Ocado this year and aiming for 20 new warehouses over the next three years. Ocado CEO calls the partnership “transformational,” although the exact financial impact isn’t clear. Ocado

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Launching Social Media training courses

Launching Social Media training courses

The use of Social Media is growing at a furious pace both socially and in business. The use of Twitter by the US President has made Twitter a household name, even if most people don’t know that it is in detail. The most recent Facebook allegations have also made Facebook a talking point amongst all

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Cryptomining Plug In Attack Hits Government Websites including ICO

Cryptomining Plug In Attack Hits Government Websites including ICO

Seems that users of the Browsealoud Plugin were compromised by a Crypto Mining utilitty that was digging for Moneros. Bad. In the past 24 hours, Security researcher Scott Helme discovered that a third-party accessibility plugin called ‘Browsealoud’ had their servers compromised. The plugin relies on a website including Javascript in their content in order to

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51 WordPress facts

51 WordPress facts

Throughout the years, WordPress has evolved from a simple blogging platform into a versatile content management system. Today, this open source software tool enables you to create anything between a simple blog and a fully functional website. The popularity of WordPress has been constantly increasing, as it’s flexible, easy to use, and has many powerful

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AI increasing in power with self learning capabilities

AI increasing in power with self learning capabilities

DeepMind’s AI became a superhuman chess player in just a few hours. The descendant of DeepMind’s world champion Go program stretches its chess muscles The goal for Google’s AI subsidiary DeepMind was never beating people at board games. It’s always been about creating something akin to a combustion engine for intelligence — a generic thinking

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Why Reusing Passwords is a Bad Thing

Why Reusing Passwords is a Bad Thing

Establish a Safe Password Policy… We have all ready about the massive data breaches and security scares that impact millions of web users.  In fact many breaches are caused by one seemingly innocent common factor: computer and mobile device users reuse their passwords on multiple websites at an alarmingly high rate. Many users have come

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Guildford Rowing Club highlighted in ‘Support through Sport’ site

Our client Guildford Rowing Club is featured in Support Through Sport with a lengthy artice on their Adaptive Rowing. Highlights include: Support through Sport UK had the pleasure of chatting to Guildford Rowing Club’s Robert Hall and Danny Skillman about the club’s adaptive rowing sessions. Hi Robert and Danny. Huge thanks for chatting to us

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Beware Android users with Google Play – BankBot found again

Beware Android users with Google Play – BankBot found again

Once again the banking malware BankBot has been discovered lurking in Andoid apps in the Google Play shop reports ZD Net. BankBot is not nice and rather clever. It is designed to steal your banking credentials and payment information. It tricks users into handing over their bank details by presenting an overlay window which looks

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