Code Institute celebrates year of successes in tech education
Renowned global tech educator, Code Institute, hails a year of extraordinary achievements, with a 98% graduate employment rate and initiatives supporting inclusivity in tech.
Malicious HTML attachments a popular cyber threat: Barracuda
Barracuda Networks has highlighted how cybercriminals leverage HTML as an attack technique in phishing, credential theft, and malware delivery.
The rise of web browser attacks – and how to combat them
Indeed, many attackers have been adapting their methods in order to capitalise on a series of new opportunities.
The pursuit of ‘full potential’ is driving companies to sweat their CDNs
They may be indispensable in the online world, but CDNs have much more to offer than the way most companies use them.
ActiveCampaign technology reported as driver for enhanced CXA
ActiveCampaign says it has saved Australian businesses nearly four million hours in the past 12 months with customer experience automation.
Spark NZ launches Beyond Binary Code for gender inclusion
Spark NZ has launched a new tool intended to promote visibility and inclusion for non-binary communities online.
How to bork your hard drive with HTML5
Discover how an HTML5 glitch, made public by Michael McKinnon of AVG, could fill your hard disk, revealed at http://www.filldisk.com/.
2012: the year of the Web 2.0 entrepreneur
Tremendous rise in online jobs for web design, PHP and HTML experts.
Xero upgrade adds discounts, HTML graphs
Online accounting software company Xero has rolled out a new release addressing a bundle of user requests such as discounts and invoice line re-ordering.
Beyonce Knowles has not died
Celebrities like Beyonce and Brad Pitt are being used by spammers to spread viruses, according to virus watchdog, Symantec.