The internet was attacked by cyber criminals (terrorists) ON October 21st this year. The incident took offline some of the most popular sites on the web, including Netflix, Twitter, Spotify, Reddit, CNN, PayPal, Pinterest and Fox News – as well as newspapers including the Guardian, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. This outage lasted several hours.
We get so busy in our respective worlds that having special days like “remembrance day” or “thanksgiving” or “Labour Day” are very important ways of giving us perspective.
When Dunham started working with the Internet in 1994, who would have thought that the issues of security would ever be so complex. Today we are concerned about the security of each and everyone of our clients – for good reason.
So much of what is innovative is not in the design. It’s in the code and in the security. Much of it needs to be deployed on immense sites with a huge amount of traffic. However, there are many features that will benefit small to medium business and we are very happy to discuss these with you.
Ecommerce has been around for some time now. At one time shoppers crowded Department stores, and then Big Box stores (still a success). However, it appears that online sales are on their way up and no one is going to stop it. Most importantly in the growth of online stores is the fact that a huge percentage of these sales come from mobile devices.
Last week the Dunham Group had the opportunity to be Ruby Red sponsors at the annual Paint the Town Red gala supporting the Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice.
The new CDPP website is a place where partners, researchers and the public can access information gathered from across Canada.
The new LLDS website is content managed and responsive, so the content can be kept fresh and easy to view on both desktop computers and mobile devices.
Maybe the current obsession with games is something to be copied, not critiqued.
We are always evolving. Learn more about some of the changes happening at The Dunham Group.