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80% of Magento Stores Still Haven’t Patched Shoplift Bug

Posted on the 5th October 2015

Five months ago, Check Point security identified a critical vulnerability in the Magento ecommerce system. They called the vulnerability “Shoplift”, and publicised their findings. To their credit, eBay, the developers of Magento, patched the vulnerability extremely quickly and spent time improving the security of the software, releasing many more updates over the following months. Read more

Why Demand-Led Supply Chains Will Change Online Marketing

Posted on the 23rd September 2015

The idea of supply chains has existed for as long as merchants took their caravans from city to city, selling exotic goods and household wares. The world of commerce has evolved dramatically over the last few decades. Consumers now have more power than ever before, and can send their requirements to a seller and have goods sent to them without them ever having to leave their homes. But the supply chain is still of crucial concern. Read more

What iOS 9 Means for Your Mobile Workforce

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The full version of iOS 9 is now available for the iPhone and iPad, and users in the UK can upgrade their devices via the iCloud.

The launch comes just two weeks before the launch of the new iPhone 6s and introduces a number of improvements, including several security, performance and quality of life tweaks, in addition to some impressive new functions. Read more

How Apple’s Return to Basics Will Revolutionise Field Work

Posted on the 11th September 2015

At Apple’s latest event, it revealed the iPad Pro, a larger and more powerful version of the iPad. At first glance, it’s easy to feel a little disappointed by that revelation. Apple is the king of innovation and “the same as before, but with higher tech specs” doesn’t sound terribly innovative.

Happily, there is a “but”. Read more

Mixed results in Software as a Service Survey

Posted on the 10th September 2015

The idea of ‘Software as a Service’ (SaaS) has exploded over the last few years as cloud technology has become more affordable, and IT leaders have come to understand the value of a truly scalable solution. However, while SaaS adoption is increasing, the technology is far from perfect and there are many areas in which people are dissatisfied with the cloud services they are using. Read more

Five Reasons to Choose Magento For Your Ecommerce Platform

Posted on the 9th September 2015

There are numerous ecommerce platforms on the market today. Some of the best-known include OS Commerce, WooCommerce, Prestashop and Magento. All of these power a huge number of websites, of all sizes. Choosing between them can be a difficult decision, especially if you are not already heavily invested in a particular technology ecosystem or platform. Read more

Magento Accelerating B2B Investment

Posted on the 2nd September 2015

eBay Enterprise-owned Magento has just launched a new B2B programme which will build upon its existing presence in this sector. Magento is a leading ecommerce provider which offers both B2C and B2B services and provides companies with a convenient and quick-to-market means by which to launch an ecommerce website.

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How Magento Community Edition 1.9.2. Is Helping Developers

Posted on the 27th August 2015

July saw the release of Magento Community Edition 1.9.2. This free and open source edition of Magento is designed to empower developers and give more people the chance to work with Magento at a deeper level, building upon the already rich functionality of the platform. We take a look at some of the most interesting elements of the update.

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Why Online Retailers Are Investing in Cloud Technology

Posted on the 17th August 2015

Consumers love online retailers because they are fast and convenient. Searching for products is instant and there are no queues to wait in. It’s simply a case of selecting the product, paying and waiting for the delivery. In theory, at least.

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Magento 2 Merchant Beta Released

Posted on the 6th August 2015

Last week saw the release of the Magento 2 Merchant Beta. This beta is a significant update to the Magento platform and is a major milestone in the development of Magento 2, which is scheduled for full release in Q4 this year.

Magento 2 is currently in pre-release and is being put through some rigorous QA testing both in-house, and by external testers. The Merchant Beta program allows those who are willing to be early adopters to test the software in real-world conditions before it is released to a wider audience.

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