There has been quite a lot of coverage recently in the mainstream media about IE6 for its part in the Operation Aurora cyber attacks that occurred in December. This has lead to both the French and German governmentsrecommending against the use of IE6 as a web browser because of its security vulnerabilities. It will be interesting to see if the UK follows suit with a similar warning, and it will be more interesting to see what sort of effect these warnings will have on the browser market, particularly after the French government recommended Mozilla Firefox, followed by Google Chrome as the safest browsers.
French and German government warn against the use of IE6
Zoocha now on G-Cloud 11
Today marks the release of G-Cloud 11 and Zoocha announced the availability of its services on G-Cloud 11. You can view our page on Digital Marketplace – the latest iteration of the Government platform created to make it easier for public sector organisations to procure cloud-based services. The Zoocha services…02 Jul 2019 Zoocha now on G-Cloud 11
More Drupal "Grand Masters" at...
Owen Williams, Solutions Architect and Paul Sebborn, Head of Front-end have both achieved their Drupal "Grand Master" certification from Acquia. This is a particularly impressive feat for the pair of long-serving Zoocha stalwarts, since both welcomed new babies into their families in 2018, and Drupal development is just one aspect…18 Jun 2019 More Drupal "Grand Masters" at...
Digital Government Conference 2019
Now in its fifth year, Digital Government 2019 is a must attend event for anyone working in the public sector involved in the delivery of user-centred digital services. The agenda is packed full of best practice case studies, seminars and discussions across central and local government and the wider public…01 Apr 2019 Digital Government Conference 2019