Drupal 7 End Of Life Extended to 2022

By Bari Pollard on 26th June 2020, 15:24

Some of you may be aware that in November 2021 Drupal 7 was due to become "End of Life", however due to the Covid 19 crisis this has now been extended to November 28th 2022. See latest Drupal Blog - https://www.drupal.org/psa-2020-06-24

So what does this mean?
This just means that there is now longer before we have to update your sites from Drupal 7. However we are still working on the different scenarios so we can give you some options for your sites well before this date. 

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Google moves UK Data to US Data Centre

By Bari Pollard on 24th February 2020, 08:24

You might have heard that Google is moving or, if you've recently had a notification around new terms and conditions, has moved UK data from it's data centre in Ireland to the US.

What does this mean?

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BREXIT! No Deal and your Data

By Bari Pollard on 9th September 2019, 08:49


At the time of writing this article BREXIT is just over 7 weeks away but who knows anymore! It could never happen, it could be delayed or we could leave as planned on the 31st October!

However what happens to your data if we leave with no deal? Well as always, it depends!

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Cyber Security

By Bari Pollard on 2nd July 2019, 15:36

Cyber Security

Historically cyber security has been regarded as a function of the IT department, however I heard this quote at a Cyber Security event “do you have the IT team in charge of the ‘dont murder people policy’, so why do they control gdpr compliance, it’s a law”.

It is critical that your people are properly prepared for their role in improving security.

Password Security

So, how many passwords do you have?

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GDPR 12 Months on

By Bari Pollard on 2nd July 2019, 08:37

GDPR 12 Months on

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force in May 2018, and by the letter of the law, virtually every business in the UK needs to comply with it. However, there are still some misconceptions surrounding the law and what it means to organisations. This can lead to difficult situations where mistakes can be made.

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CiviCRM 5.10.3 Security Update

By Bari Pollard on 21st February 2019, 12:37

You may be aware there has just been a critical security release for CiviCRM. As a result, we are working as quickly as we can to move all sites up to the new release which is 5.10.3.
Due to the nature of this update, it is mandatory we upgrade all sites and we will look to do so with as little disruption to your service as possible. These upgrades are unable to be scheduled and have to be supervised so we can try to avoid busy times but some disruption will be inevitable.

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Creating strong passwords

By Heather Oliver on 13th April 2015, 10:37
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Security is important. We always make sure our software is up to date and ask our hosts for their security credentials. 

But what is equally important is ensuring that our passwords are strong. The average online user has around 26 online passwords. If you use the same password on multiple sites and one password is compromised, your other logins are vulnerable too. Here are some hints and tips for managing your passwords and creating unique passwords that won't leave you vulnerable.

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