Ok, just a brief one, but important, for me, nonetheless! I have a page on our site that displays various special offers – the CMS part is coded so that each offer is an entry in the a database, the form contains two date variables, offer start and offer end dates. The idea being that … Read moreCode that makes me smile – sql comparisons
The Background Lands End Airport is one of our sites – and therefore one of my sites! It is one of our busiest and arguably most popular departure points, is used for Engineering activities as well as managed by ourselves. In that there is a lot of infrastructure up there. And with lots of infrastructure … Read moreHow do you fix an internet problem like Lands End Airport?
Today’s hot topic has been the fact that the Vodafone network for much of the West of the country has been affected by an outage. Early on little was known until a news story broke about their datacenter being the subject of a break-in. And now, at midday there is still nothing much evident on … Read moreVodafone and damage limitation
As you know I’m a bit of a wordpress geek, and have been building a company Intranet with a wordpress install. During all of the fun and games with the Sophos software upgrade (see http://www.rikzblog.862be1ab23b235a0bfbae2321-17362.sites.k-hosting.co.uk/?p=169) the intranet database has become corrupt and needs to be recreated. I’m hoping I can recover everything from the original … Read moreWindows, WordPress and MySQL
Yes Sophos, I am a big fan. We run two of their systems, Anti-Virus and their excellent Spam prevention system Puremessage. (Prices are extremely competitive, I’d urge a check, if nothing else) I recently logged onto the VM that takes care of the virus software only to be told the current version of the software … Read moreUpgrading Sophos