Today we launch Bookeroo – our brand new event management system. If you’re busy running a successful event, Bookeroo frees you up to concentrate on running that event by taking the bookings headache away. Bookeroo allows you to create events, schedules, define venues and event capacity. More importantly it allows your customers complete the entire booking process online – leading to less stress for you and eliminating needless errors.
You can check out the bookeroo page on ClearSoft.ie here and it’s own website here.
The General Data Protection Regulation is an EU regulation on data protection and privacy that comes into effect on May 25th of this year. It applies to personal data held on all citizens of the EU and any personal data transferred out of the EU.
In simple terms GDPR aims to give control to individuals over their personal data and how it is stored. This impacts on all businesses that capture user data and of course one of the main areas where businesses capture user data is on their website through contact forms, cookies, customer databases, newsletter subscription lists etc.
First of all let’s briefly examine what SSL / TLS means. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer and was developed in the mid 90’s to serve as a security mechanism in the infancy of the internet. The main benefit SSL gave was to protect from ‘man in the middle’ attacks whereby somebody eavesdropping on a network connection could gather sensitive information (usernames, passwords, credit card details etc.) and also manipulate network traffic to trick clients into thinking they were talking to an authentic server and vice versa. SSL underwent a number of version updates over the years and in 2015 was replaced with TLS (Transport Layer Security). SSL & TLS are effectively the same concept, TLS is just a newer and more secure version of SSL – however SSL remains the most commonly used term for historical reasons.
So do you need an SSL / TLS certificate on your website? If you’re running an e-commerce website where customers can log in and pay for items on your site – you absolutely need a valid certificate. If you are the victim of a ‘man in the middle’ attack and you don’t have this protection, your customers sensitive information will be visible to the attackers – and that is very bad news for you and if you’re found to be negligent, will have serious legal consequences.
Newhavenphysio.com/ went live this week. This is a modern design for a physiotherapy practice based in Drogheda.
Macarten O’Gorman is a law firm based n Gorey. We recently refreshed their website to a more modern design.
Check it out here – http://www.mogormansolicitor.com/
This week, www.wexlow.com went live which is a project we’ve been working on over the last while for Wexford Low Energy Homes Ltd. The site is comprised of a modern & clear front-end and more importantly a powerful bespoke back-end that serves as a portal for their contractors to login to download and submit forms.
Visit the site at www.wexlow.com. If you’d like to see how we can transform your business, get in touch.
Delighted to deliver Glamourize.ie for a client in north Wexford last week. This is a full online store for ladies accessories. Check out the store here
Cooke & Kinsella is a law firm with offices in Arklow and Carnew. This week we’re delighted to put their new business website live. Check it out below
Kenny Window Fitters new website launches today. This is a clean & informative design that showcases the services that the company offer. Check it out at the link below
Ard Uisce is a new housing development in Wexford town. We’ve developed a fresh new website to coincide with the launch of this exciting new development. Check it out at the link below