A recent story reported in Australian IT reveals that Queensland University has developed a firewall that stops spam. The story explains: “The filters are fighting a losing battle because by default they will let everything through and must be told to block what you don’t want.” One of the biggest dangers with conventional spam filters […]
Yet another article about Windows XP security, even after the new Service Pack 2 has been installed. It’s hard to know what to do with all these warnings! I guess it comes down to the same old advice: Keep your antivirus software up to date Make sure you have a firewall running Service Pack 2 […]
Every now and then I read or hear about a website that recorded so many hits last month. If you knew what that number meant, your response would likely be the same as mine: “So what?” It’s important to keep track of how your site is doing – one of the big advantages of a […]
It was fantasic to see Anna Meares pick up Gold in the 500m time trials last night – and in world record time too! I was really surprised by how much Rockhampton got mentioned every time her story was covered. Does everyone’s home get mentioned so much, or have I just noticed it because I […]
A day in the life of Almost Anything Desktop Publishing…? Sorry, I just couldn’t help myself!
Sometimes a website redesign is less about what you can see, and more about what you can’t. If you’ve visited Rural Property Services lately you might have noticed a slight change to the design. Not a complete redesign, more a bit of a “tweak”. More important that the minor graphic changes, is the work we […]