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QiQ accepts Apple Pay

QiQ is pleased to advise that client may now pay with Apple Pay. When checking out, simply select the “Enter New Card Information” and then click the Apple Pay icon.…

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Change to .UK domain prices

Following the annual review of pricing, the cost for a .UK domain registration or renewal will change to £7.99 per year from 2 January 2020. The 50p per year increase…

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Google Chrome Vulnerabilities – take action!

Some nasty vulnerabilities have been discovered for Google Chrome, and it’s highly recommended you update Google Chrome to ensure you are patched. This applies to Windows, Linux, and Mac devices,…

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Changes to .EU registration qualifications

This notice outlines two significant events that will impact .EU registrants and may require action on your part: Changes to .EU registration qualifications for individuals: effective Oct. 19, 2019, individuals…

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Email Configuration Support

Following some recent queries, we have documented the support we are able to provide clients with when it comes to configuring their email applications (e.g. Outlook, Mac Mail, Thunderbird). There…

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Scam Alert — Sextortion Emails

Beware of emails from scammers who threaten to release intimate footage of you unless you pay. Sextortion emails typically blackmail the recipient by claiming to have hacked their computer and…

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Why will many UK businesses be embarrassed on 1 July 2019?

Any holder of a .co.uk domain name has until 06:00 BST (05:00 UTC) on the 25th June 2019 to register their currently reserved, shorter, .uk domain equivalent. After this date,…

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PHP 5.6 and 7.0 quickly approaching end-of-support

Over 80% of websites use PHP and with that in mind, keeping your site secure is extremely important. The PHP community actively supports each new PHP version for two years…

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At QiQ we love green dots…

Each day QiQ checks the availability of our servers once every minute, that’s 1,440 times every day for each server. The diagram above shows the result of 100,800 tests performed…

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SSL – Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as ‘not secure’ starting in July 2018

Starting in July, Google Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure”. Chrome currently displays a neutral information icon, but starting with version 68, the browser will warn users…

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