06Nov
By: Dave Bancroft On: November 06, 2017 In: About Reverse Delta Comments: 0

In this post we’ve persuaded our founder and MD David Bancroft to come out of hiding on the blog and reflect on the last 15 years for Reverse Delta...

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02Dec
By: Dave Bancroft On: December 02, 2016 In: Fun, General news Comments: 0

Our operations director Dave Haygarth is undergoing a bit of a tough challenge this month. In support of the M3 Project – Dave started off yesterday (1st December) by...

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22Sep
By: Dave Bancroft On: September 22, 2016 In: Online Recruitment Comments: 0

After the fragile economic recovery of recent years, many people were understandably nervous about what a post-Brexit world would look like. Would the recovery come tumbling down? The initial...

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By: Dave Bancroft On: January 16, 2013 In: Reverse Delta's Blog Comments: 1

We’re well into the new year now and Christmas seems a distant memory.  As we look forwards to the rest of 2013, at Reverse Delta we’re always keen to...

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More sites are starting to add functionality in order to become compliant with the “Cookie Law” that is now in effect.  Early solutions that sought “Explicit Consent” (as per...

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By: Dave Bancroft On: August 03, 2012 In: Internet trends, Reverse Delta's Blog, Web news Comments: 0

Gloabally, stats for Internet users show that Windows XP, still leads the way on users PCs some 11 years after the OS was launched, primarily due to massive use...

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By: Dave Bancroft On: July 18, 2012 In: Info, Security Comments: 0

Figures from a survey by ZoneAlarm show that the 20 most common passwords we choose when set up accounts, with the most common being 123456 and 5 of the...

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By: Dave Bancroft On: June 07, 2012 In: Reverse Delta's Blog, Security, Social Networking Comments: 0

LinkedIn’s recent security breach cased a bit stir, as these things tend to do.  It’s a very popular networking site and in simple terms the sheer volume of personal...

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On the 26th May 2012, legislation comes into effect that require companies with websites to ensure that user consent is obtained to store non “essential use” cookies on their PC. The...

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By: Dave Bancroft On: February 14, 2012 In: Security Comments: 0

Just be careful what you wish for. It appears that a plug-in called ToolsPack which claims to “Supercharge your WordPress site with powerful features…”  is actually a back door...

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