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The Cloud is a constantly evolving – some say ‘nebulous’ (excuse the pun) – domain and this rapid speed of development and change often makes it difficult to define. To make sure you are up-to-date with the latest progress, here are some of the current key features to take note of in the realm of Cloud development: (more…)

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Have you considered what would happen if your website crashed or was compromised, and you lost all your content? When it comes to a WordPress site, or any other type of site for that matter, there is always a chance that something could go horribly wrong. Even with all the security measures in place, you could still lose your site’s data.

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You need to make sure your WordPress site is secure before it’s too late!

In today’s world of website development it seems more and more sites are created using the industry leader, WordPress. But WordPress’ success has also resulted in an ever-increasing number of programs being created to hack into and attack such sites. As new hacks are developed and discovered, hackers, spammers and all round trouble-makers are quick to pounce onto these opportunities to infect your blog or website with rubbish content and spam backlinks.

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Effective data management and the maintenance and protection of that data is becoming increasingly critical for businesses. It is clear that big data is growing exponentially every day and will continue to do so in our ever-more-complicated digital world. This poses a new challenge to business leaders as they need to find innovative ways to manage their data.

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Faster connectivity requires superior storage

Launched in 2001, RSAWEB is constantly growing and developing, and as the business develops, we find ourselves changing from an Internet Service Provider (ISP) to more of a business hosting company.

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We live in Lake Michelle, Noordhoek, and for our first two years on the estate we had to make do with a very up-and-down ADSL service, and even when it was ‘up’, it was excruciatingly slow. This made working from home impossible as I never knew whether the Internet would be accessible or not.

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If you are part of a software development team I’m sure you are all too familiar with today’s brutally agile release cycles. With multiple new features wanted for each cycle you get out the door, the high-paced climate can lead to slow, unstable and buggy code that users don’t like and ultimately aren’t interested in using.

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Can anyone remember what life was like without electricity?

During load shedding we are constantly reminded just how dependent we are on electricity as we go to make a cup of tea, turn on the TV, flick a light switch or Google something, only to find that nothing is working. How many of you have recently found yourselves sitting in the dark wondering what to do with yourself or how to keep your kids entertained?

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Apps to use during load shedding
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