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TERMINALFOUR Releases New Higher Education Digital Engagement Platform

TERMINALFOUR Releases New Higher Education Digital Engagement Platform

By Kaya Ismail October 22, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

After a new $2M investment and 55,000 hours of development, TERMINALFOUR, has evolved their product beyond its web content management roots to a full digital engagement platform for higher education institutes. Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, TERMINALFOUR is a CMS focused on improving the online presence of universities, colleges and school districts across the world. Read More →


CloudCannon Goes Global at TechCrunch Disrupt Europe

CloudCannon Goes Global at TechCrunch Disrupt Europe

By Kaya Ismail October 21, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

TechCrunch Disrupt Europe is currently taking place in London, and CloudCannon, a platform which, "streamlines the process of deploying a simple website", is one of the products in the spotlight. In less than a year, CloudCannon has evolved from bedroom project to global venture, having just landed $500,000 worth of funding, along with a partnership with Rightside Group, Ltd.  Read More →



WebsiteBox Unveils Print-Marketing Tool for Realtors

WebsiteBox Unveils Print-Marketing Tool for Realtors

By Kaya Ismail October 20, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

WebsiteBox, a Toronto-based startup that provides real estate professionals with a professional website for a one-time fee of $99, has announced a print-marketing tool called Prints App. Focusing on providing a powerful online presence for real estate agents, WebsiteBox serves up a hundreds of responsive templates, customization options, and options between different types of real estate websites.  Read More →




Imperva Report: WordPress Is The "Most Attacked" CMS

Imperva Report: WordPress Is The "Most Attacked" CMS

By Kaya Ismail October 11, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

WordPress is the most vulnerable CMS to cyber attacks, according to a report by Imperva, a data security firm. The Imperva Web Application Attack Report (WAAR) - an annual report now published for the fifth time - was recently released via the Imperva blog. Amongst a long list of findings, it turns out that websites running on WordPress are attacked 24% more than those running on all other content management systems combined. Read More →



Squarespace releases Squarespace 7

Squarespace releases Squarespace 7

By Mike Johnston October 9, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

Squarespace, the popular website builder, has announced the release of Squarespace 7 to the public.

Squarespace 7 features a number of significant changes including a completely redesigned interface, integration with Getty Images making over 40 million images available for just $10 each, an integration with Google Apps allowing for easy email setup under your domain, and more. Read More →