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JamJo Shortlisted for IIA Net Visionary Award

JamJo is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist at this year’s IIA Net Visionary Awards. Specifically for the mighty title of Best Web Developer for ingenious engineering and meticulous delivery. The Annual IIA Net Visionary Awards will be held on Friday September 26th at the Smock Alley Banquet Hall. We’re […]

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 […]

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 […]


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 […]

WordPress 3.6 Oscar is here

The latest edition of WordPress has been released the masses. WordPress 3.6 ‘Oscar’ (named after the wonderful Canadian Jazz Pianist Oscar Peterson) is the first of 3 versions coming in the second half of this year. I will take a little time to introduce WordPress 3.6 here and walk through some of the enhancements that […]

Global WordPress Brute-Force Attacks

This week has been a busy one here at the JamJo HQ. WordPress has been the target of a global brute-force attack. Sites across the world are being affected. Even the major news agencies such as BBC are covering it: BBC actually explain the attack quite well. So what is your hosting company doing […]