4min read We’re only 6 weeks into the year and there’s already been a whole host of websites that have gone down. Find out the top 5 websites that have experience downtime, the causes and what you can do to stop it happening to your website!
2min read It’s 2021 and the first major platform to go down is the multi-billion dollar team communication tool Slack. Find out everything you need to know about the 3-hour Slack outage on Monday 4th January in our latest news post.
3min read Black Friday 2020 is set to be the biggest discount day of the year, especially with lockdown meaning high street shops are unable to open until 2nd December. See how and why Black Friday 2020 will make a difference to businesses and consumers.
< 1min read US retailer Target faced issues with its online presence yesterday, Tuesday 24th September 2019, when its website experienced an outage. The downtime not only impacted Target’s sales website but also its mobile application as well as payment processing in-store. Responding to CNBC the retailer told the news channel that “as the result of a payment
2min read Scott Rigsby is no ordinary Ironman. At the age of 18 he was involved in a motor vehicle accident which after 26 operations over the space of a decade left him as a double amputee. After battling depression and alcohol addiction following his accident he found purpose in his life and went on to become
2min read Virgin Money Giving experienced a website crash during the London Marathon, and that crash was both embarrassing and costly. In the short term, the crash prevented people from providing support to the marathon participants promptly. In the long term, Virgin has taken a hit in brand reputation that may take a while to recover from.
2min read Most of the major retailers in the UK have websites that are mobile-friendly, but slow website loading time and the lack of a guest checkout feature are costing them billions in lost revenue. A study by online retail specialist Summit looked at the UK’s 50 top retailers to show how they could improve their mobile
2min read Google has begun to implement penalties for intrusive mobile pop-ups. Google first announced the proposed penalties last August and the company will now apply the penalties to those e-commerce firms that have not adjusted their practices to conform to them.
2min read Well, 2016 has been another banner year for major website crashes. Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, such as the hugely disruptive one on Dyn, were on the rise, but many of these crashes were preventable. As in past years, the main culprit was inadequate preparation for an increase in traffic that was entirely predictable.