HTML meta tags and meta tags are very similar and serve the same purpose – to provide search engines with information about a webpage. As Google’s ranking is… Continue reading
We’re in a major period of transition, as our Web of pages shifts to become a Web of experiences. The “last millisecond” and the behaviors it triggers have become less… Continue reading
The success of a company’s website depends on a reliable network. Here are tips for making sure you build a network that provides a stable web environment to meet business needs. – Network… Continue reading
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) encryption provides a number of benefits, including a way to validate that the page you’re on is the site you meant to reach. However, while there are many benefits to SSL, there are also a few drawbacks. Read this article to discover the pros and cons of an SSL connection, helping you to decide on whether or not to implement it.-Web pages.
The success of the Google+ launch and its overall browser security ratings seem to be attributed to its SSL-only traffic approach. What makes SSL so secure, and why doesn’t every Web application use it?
With Google search over SSL, you can have an end-to-end encrypted search between your computer and Google, preventing a third party from intercepting and reading your search terms, and your search results pages. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) has actually been superseded by TLS (Transport Layer Security), though this suite of protocols is still generally referred to as SSL. SSL encrypts a network connection using asymmetric cryptography for privacy and a keyed message authentication code for message reliability. Continue reading