WordPress 4.7.5 Security Release – Immediate Update Recommended

By on May 19, 2017 in Website Support Advice

FunctionEight would like to encourage you to update to 4.7.5 as soon as possible. If you can remember last January 2017, WordPress released 4.7.2 and they delayed disclosing a vulnerability for a week. That vulnerability was the infamous WordPress defacement vulnerability which resulted in hundreds of thousands of sites being defaced and multiple highly active attack campaigns. […]

Microsoft buys LinkedIn for $26.2 billion

By on June 14, 2016 in Random

We’ve got to admit that we didn’t see this one coming.  That is one major purchase!  Just read this article last night on engadget.com https://www.engadget.com/2016/06/13/microsoft-buys-linkedin/ Does this mean that we can look forward to LinkedIn no longer working quite as we expect it to?  Are we being overly synical when we say that we don’t […]

BritCham Ball

By on December 25, 2015 in FunctionEight Events

  FunctionEight were very pleased to support our client the British Chamber of Commerce in Singapore by taking a table at their Annual Ball (Colours of Singapore http://www.britcham.org.sg/events/past-events/2486).  Our Singapore Team had an absolute BALL!! If you think a website with this level of functionality is something that your company desires, then please contact F8 […]

eGreetings this Christmas

By on December 7, 2015 in FunctionEight Service

Here’s a way to spread good cheer to your customers and disadvantaged children this Christmas (or even Chinese New Year 2016) FunctionEight will design and distribute effective eGreetings to your client database for just HK$2,900… and then we’ll take HK$1,000 of that money and donate it to the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation. It’s that easy, […]

Mary Meeker releases stunning data on the state of the Internet

By on December 5, 2012 in Random

“Foreword by Phil Aldridge, Technical Director of FunctionEight Limited. Is there a future for Microsoft and Intel? The statistics in the report are quite damaging for them both. I have believed for quite a while now that Intel is rapidly losing market share and the requirements for high power cpu’s is really coming to an […]

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