On September 18th, Magento have released an extensive range of security updates and performance enhancements for Magento 1, 2.1 and 2.2. Amongst hundreds of updates here are the main highlights:
We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted as finalists at this year’s DADI Awards. Our work has been recognised amongst the industry’s best not one, not two, but 9 times over!
Malware (malicious software) that skims card details from customers has compromised thousands of unsecure Magento-based e-commerce businesses in 2018.
The breach was first noticed in late August, but is believed to have been impacting businesses for the last 6 months, with attackers planting skimmers on over 7000 stores to date.
I took part in the panel for UK Fast’s “Speed in E-commerce” live webinar last week. Hosted (geddit?) by UK Fast’s Managing Director, Jonathan Bowers, we discussed the importance of website speed for e-commerce retailers and how they can overcome any issues. It was a fast-paced discussion with all the panelists keen to express their views in a really short space of time. As I wasn’t able to share all of my considerations, I thought I’d throw them together in a blog post, so at least I can be satisfied that I’ve finally got my point across!
After growing to a £5M+ turnover in 2018, we have recently confirmed plans to invest £500k into enhancing our e-commerce offering. With significant e-commerce wins and success with Magento clients over the past year, the investment looks to grow and improve our e-commerce department and end-to-end service capabilities.
Magento Business Intelligence (BI) is a cloud-based system that can unify all of your data sources and analytics software insights. Even if a team are using multiple different KPIs, Magento BI can provide “a single source of truth” for all. It was rebranded from Magento Analytics in 2016, to reflect its superiority over traditional analytic software, as it offers a holistic view of all company data.