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Security Notice, HeartBleed Bug

Here at JamJo we take security very seriously. As has been made public through many media agencies on April 7th we have been assessing the impact to our customers of CVE-2014-0160 , known colloquially as Heartbleed . We join nearly every service provider on the Internet responding to this critical vulnerability in OpenSSL’s handling of […]

Updates + New Work

If you are on a maintenance and support plan with JamJo your website and associated plugins will be riding high on the latest and greatest WordPress 3.8.1. There will be a major update to the WordPress core for WP3.9 next month. This month alone saw us upgrade more than 485 plugins across all sites. We’re […]

Happy Christmas from JamJo!

We want to wish all our clients a merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Here’s to 2014 and may all your troubles last as long as your New Year’s resolutions!;) Limited Support We’ll be taking our Christmas holidays this Friday (20/12/2013). That means there will be limited ticketed based support* from the 23rd of Dec […]

WordPress 3.8 Parker has been Launched

Version 3.8 of WordPress, named “Parker” in honor of Charlie Parker, bebop innovator, has now been released into the wild. This is a significant update as it is the first time in a while that the admin dashboard has seen a radical update along with the widget area. In the coming weeks we will be […]

WordPress 3.7 “Basie” has been launched

We have been only using WordPress 3.6 a few months and true to their word here is Version 3.7 of WordPress, named “Basie” in honor of Count Basie the brilliant American Jazz Pianist and composer. This release features some of the most important architectural updates that WordPress has made. It also is proof of the […]

WordPress Hack

WordPress Security and Hacks

Spotted this tidy infographic on WordPress security. With so many people choosing WordPress as the go-to CMS (over 70  million websites, 1/2 of the top 100 blogs as ranked by Technorati) it was inevitable that some of these WordPress powered websites would become the victim of malicious attacks. There’s a whole world of knowledge out […]

Moving from Joomla to WordPress?

In this post I will try to cover the reasons behind so many businesses now trying to move there website from a Content Management System like Joomla to the all conquering WordPress. It goes without saying we are massive fans of WordPress and therefore this post may be a little bias but at the same […]

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